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So top so the way to go cool

I don't want dust in so blow air out is teh way i will most like go when I get so nest question is

better to Exhaust/pull or Exhaust/Push

I don't know if would make any real temp change do it would it?

sorry just try to get my head around around it all

and has any one try out teh SP120 High Performance Edition or the SP120 Quiet Edition fan yet and if so how do the go in the 600T case at the front?
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So top so the way to go cool
I don't want dust in so blow air out is teh way i will most like go when I get so nest question is
better to Exhaust/pull or Exhaust/Push
I don't know if would make any real temp change do it would it?
sorry just try to get my head around around it all
and has any one try out teh SP120 High Performance Edition or the SP120 Quiet Edition fan yet and if so how do the go in the 600T case at the front?

I believe the difference in Exhaust/push vs Exhaust/pull, will be on what fans your using. I do know that most fans, like the AP-15s, work slightly better in push.
 
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So top so the way to go cool
I don't want dust in so blow air out is teh way i will most like go when I get so nest question is
better to Exhaust/pull or Exhaust/Push
I don't know if would make any real temp change do it would it?
sorry just try to get my head around around it all
and has any one try out teh SP120 High Performance Edition or the SP120 Quiet Edition fan yet and if so how do the go in the 600T case at the front?

The difference is only a degree or two. I was reading one site where the guy was testing push vs pull. His testing method was not perfect, but he was finding that Push works slightly better at low RPM, which Pull was working slightly better at high RPM.

In the 600T, if you want Push/Exhaust you have to cut your case to put the rad up top with the fans inside the case (unless you use the off-set method to put both rad and fans inside the case, but you will partially block the airflow by maybe 10%). If you cut a hole in the top. you can put the rad up there. You also have to trim the plastic under the top mesh.

If I was you, I would likely go with the stock fan in the top, exhaust/pull method. You could always get a dust cover for the top and use the fans as push/intake.

Does anyone have the link to the site selling the dust covers for the 600T? I think it was some place in South Africa.

Here we go: http://www.demcifilter.com/index.php

This post:
http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/3040#post_14862054

has dimensions for the filters. Demcifilter.com will make you a filter for the top if you want to use push/intake.

Ah Hah! Found a post showing the filter installed on the 600T:

http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/3990#post_15410762

That would keep the dust out. You don't have to order a complete set, just the top one if you want.
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post #6754 of 18196
Cool many thanks.

I think I will most like go with the exhaust/pull method.

I might change the fans to a Noctua fans or may me some or maybe the new Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition fans if they fit. as I read some were the stock fan with the H100 are not the best.

have to head over to the Official Corsair Hydro Series Club as then about that.

any how many thanks for all your help.

I got to get some of my 600T photos up so I can join the

plus I'm going to be getting the white version soon as well for my next build if I don't go with the Carbide 500R that is Still 50/50 which way to go I love the 600T but I do like the Carbide 500R as well.
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So I final got a photo of My 600T upload
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Hey guys been lurking around this thread for a bit now...first saw this case back in early May and knew I wanted one. What was originally suppose to be just a swap of components from my old case to this one has evolved into a new build. I pretty much have all my components but just using a moderate cpu until the new Piledrivers are out, will also be scavenging my graphics card from my current desktop for now (gtx560ti) until I decide what I want to do. Thanks to this thread there is a wealth of inspiration to be found. Oh...and add me to the club. Thanks!
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spent a few bucks today, got myself some Corsair af120mm fans

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post #6758 of 18196
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Cool many thanks.
I think I will most like go with the exhaust/pull method.
I might change the fans to a Noctua fans or may me some or maybe the new Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition fans if they fit. as I read some were the stock fan with the H100 are not the best.
have to head over to the Official Corsair Hydro Series Club as then about that.
any how many thanks for all your help.
I got to get some of my 600T photos up so I can join the
plus I'm going to be getting the white version soon as well for my next build if I don't go with the Carbide 500R that is Still 50/50 which way to go I love the 600T but I do like the Carbide 500R as well.

Actually the H100 fans are excellent fans. Very high static pressure ( At 1300 RPM, 1.6 mm/H20 22dBA, at 2600 RPM, 7.7mm/H20 39dBA). As you can see their specs are quite good. Some people complain that they are noisy, but at their lowest RPM setting they are only 22dBA but still perform well. I would suggest trying them before you decide to replace them. The only thing I don't like about them is they are 3-pin (as most fans are). I prefer 4-pin, which is what I am using now (4-pin PWM). I use a PWM splitter and plug them into the motherboard CPU_FAN header so the motherboard can control the RPM of the fans. This makes them very quiet at low RPM. I'm using Scythe Slip Stream 1900 RPM PWM fans right now, but they are not the best fans for a rad. If you want quiet, you can use the H100 on its low range. Personally I prefer using the motherboard because it can control fans through their entire range, not just a portion of it. Of course, you could always use a fan controller if you preferred.
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spent a few bucks today, got myself some Corsair af120mm fans
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Looks sweet there bud. Maybe you would consider removing one of the hard drive cages since you don't need them both. This should help a little with circulation. How are your video card temps?
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Just finished installing a spectre pro 200mm fan in the front and the top of my 600t. I have to say the top one what was a major pita.It really doesnt fit up there well at all but it is there. Had to take the whole frame off just to get it up in there thumb.gif
I also added a new recon fan controller from Bitfenix.
If anybody has any advice on how to better mount one of these 200mm fans in the top of their rigs I would love to hear about it. Will post up a few pics shortly wink.gif
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Is that Bitfenix Spectre PRO Series Tinted Transparent Black with White LEDs? It doesn't look tinted at all.
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Actually the H100 fans are excellent fans. Very high static pressure ( At 1300 RPM, 1.6 mm/H20 22dBA, at 2600 RPM, 7.7mm/H20 39dBA). As you can see their specs are quite good. Some people complain that they are noisy, but at their lowest RPM setting they are only 22dBA but still perform well. I would suggest trying them before you decide to replace them. The only thing I don't like about them is they are 3-pin (as most fans are). I prefer 4-pin, which is what I am using now (4-pin PWM). I use a PWM splitter and plug them into the motherboard CPU_FAN header so the motherboard can control the RPM of the fans. This makes them very quiet at low RPM. I'm using Scythe Slip Stream 1900 RPM PWM fans right now, but they are not the best fans for a rad. If you want quiet, you can use the H100 on its low range. Personally I prefer using the motherboard because it can control fans through their entire range, not just a portion of it. Of course, you could always use a fan controller if you preferred.

Just started putting my rig together and stripping down my old one....So what do you think the best PWM fans for a rad (h100) are right now? I pulled the trigger too quickly on my Gelid 12 PWMs the specs of which are nowhere near those of the stock fans. I need the best balance of performance and PWM control thinking.gif All suggestions are welcome...thanks!
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