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Can I be in the club now....please? Anyway, I haven't looked through the tread to see if it's been done yet but I want to find a way to mount my H100 on the front with two 120's. I think that even if I bought 12mm thick fans for the push aspect on top, it still wouldn't clear my motherboard. And about that 850W... I have some stuff planned...
 
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Is this a good plan?

I own a 600T WE (since last year august) and I have been getting a bit bored of it so I decided to spruce things up a bit. I bought a GTX670 FTW and thought to clean up the cables by reassembling the whole rig.

Right now I have 4x120mm fans on the side panel but I want to view my rig so I was thinking of positioning 2 on the top and 2 in the front replacing the 200mm (I know half of one will be blocked off in the front). Hopefully this will silence the rig with the 200mm fans gone and the window panel blocking some noise.

I also want to put in the NZXT LED white strip but I dont know if it is 1M or 2M length, I think I've seen it a few times in some rigs when browsing.


Let me know what you think of this plan and if the GTX670 wont become too hot without dedicated fans blowing on it. Thanks
Edited by Patrikc8 - 7/22/12 at 5:20am
    
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2m goes around the rig perfectly believe me I made the mistake of getting the 1m and ended up using it to light my nzxt 200 mm fn series,,,
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guys, imay the only one with a missed up side panel ?, my windowed side panel from the top right corner has extra aluminum/metal built to it or some thing which makes it hard to close, i actually have to give it a strong hit so that it looks into place, and the window makes alot of cracking noises when i play games, it dosnt bother me that much, is anyone dealing with the same problem i have here ?, or should i RMA it ?
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guys, imay the only one with a missed up side panel ?, my windowed side panel from the top right corner has extra aluminum/metal built to it or some thing which makes it hard to close, i actually have to give it a strong hit so that it looks into place, and the window makes alot of cracking noises when i play games, it dosnt bother me that much, is anyone dealing with the same problem i have here ?, or should i RMA it ?

Sounds "normal" to me.

The top right hand corner of my side panel catches when I close it and so does every other 600T/SE I've come across.

As for the panel cracking when you play games does it sound like this -

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yes the exact same sound, but not as much, and i do have the weird gap on the bottom left side of the side panel, i guess thats just the way they were made, your and mine are identical
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If you take the side panel off and tighten up the screws holding the perspex/acrylic window in place it should help reduce the cracking noises. It certainly helped reduce mine.
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post #6949 of 18196
Thanks, gonna try that right now : >

E:- i noticed right away that the overall cracking noise that the side panel makes when giving it a little flex got heavily reduced after tightening the screws on the window, thanks alot Griff thumb.gif (REP)
Edited by lilj - 7/23/12 at 3:59am
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Thanks, gonna try that right now : >
E:- i noticed right away that the overall cracking noise that the side panel makes when giving it a little flex got heavily reduced after tightening the screws on the window, thanks alot Griff thumb.gif (REP)

Glad it helped mate! thumb.gif
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