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post #6961 of 18210
That seems like some good ideas, thanks! Although i saw someone use double-adhesive tape (?) and put the spare optical drive cover and actually put it back on, which seemed quite nice. The optical drive kind of ruins the front of the case, in my opinion. I'll definitely try this when I get home though! If i get it right the first time, I can always use the cover as i initially intended, by covering the optical drive with it. Do you think that something else would be good to experiment on? Something that isn't on the case. This way, I wouldn't have to risk my other "mini-project" by possible ruining the cover for the optical drive.

The "hook" for the headset doesn't have to be very big though. It's more than enough, if it reaches out about half an inch. I have a white Siberia V2. If you check the pictures of it, the top has to very thin bars, which i can hook them on. I think that hanging the headset with only one of those "bars" will be sufficient.

The coat-hanger is a nice idea though! Maybe I can find something white and minimalistic at some place like Ikea too.

I was planning on making the headset holder on the front grill somewhere though. Wouldn't it be a better idea to find some black heat tubing instead of white? That's my thought, but again. Gotta experiment. I can always cut the white one off with a scissor, if I don't like it smile.gif

http://www.redcandy.co.uk/images/prod/umbra-flip-hook.jpg

It sure would be nice if I could find one of those. It doesn't have to be the whole thing, but just the metal thing which you kind of pull out. Would it be possible to implement something like that? I'm thinking it would be difficult to put the whole "pull-out" mechanism in there and actually make it work.
 
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post #6962 of 18210
Maybe something like this could work

http://www.command.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/NACommand/Command/Products/Catalog/~/Command-Modern-Reflections-Brushed-Nickel-Small-Metal-Hook?N=5923296&rt=rud
post #6963 of 18210
The idea @fester99 came up with looks pretty good. I really like the coat rack you found though. It would be perfect if you could cut a cover and get the hook to fit into the hole so you could push it in when not in use.

Another idea would be to use a wire coat hanger, cut the wire and bend it to fit into the holes in a cover. Two little hooks at the top that go inside the holes in the cover, and the bottom would just have a little area to keep it from moving.

Something like this:



I'm no artist, but perhaps someone who understands what I'm trying to get across could make a better picture?
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The idea @fester99 came up with looks pretty good. I really like the coat rack you found though. It would be perfect if you could cut a cover and get the hook to fit into the hole so you could push it in when not in use.
Another idea would be to use a wire coat hanger, cut the wire and bend it to fit into the holes in a cover. Two little hooks at the top that go inside the holes in the cover, and the bottom would just have a little area to keep it from moving.
Something like this:

I also had this idea i just don't know how sturdy those bay covers will be either. they lock in nice but if you put some pressure in the middle of it will it pop out easier?
post #6966 of 18210
Yeah, nice idea from you Fester smile.gif I also like the idea with the wire coat hanger. I guess I wouldn't be damaging anything, since the wire goes into the holes, right?

I just got an idea. What if i got a hook big enough, so that i wouldn't have to look at the "block" thing from the coat hanger (assuming I get something that looks like the coat hanger i linked a picture from). I'm thinking that i could glue the coat-hanger from the inside, so that only the hook would be visible from the outside.

But if I don't damage anything from the cover of the drive-bay with the wire-option, I could always try that to begin with, and see how well it looks. This way I won't damage anything, if I'm not happy with the look of it.

Thanks for the illustration too, the amount of help and inspiration I'm getting from you guys is just immense! thumb.gif

EDIT: With the wire-option, I could always use some strong tape on the hooks you were talking about on the inside. It won't be visible on the inside anyways, so it probably won't look ghetto anyways biggrin.gif

2. EDIT: About the drive bays popping out. I feel that mine are pretty hard to get out. I wouldn't say that the pressure of a headset would make them pop. I have to apply a fair amount of pressure to get them out. On the inside, they kind of clam onto the case, which makes them almost impossible to get out, without actually trying by pushing the clams inward from the inside.
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Can't wait to get my Maximus V Formula to make my 600T look even better wink.gif
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I also had this idea i just don't know how sturdy those bay covers will be either. they lock in nice but if you put some pressure in the middle of it will it pop out easier?

I would suppose that would depend on how heavy your headphones are? My bay covers feel really sturdy to me though.


@OkanG
"I'm thinking that i could glue the coat-hanger from the inside, so that only the hook would be visible from the outside."

That's a pretty good idea. Another thing to think about, you may be able to get some people on ocn to give up a bay cover or two for experimentation.
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Can't wait to get my Maximus V Formula to make my 600T look even better wink.gif

That looks like an awesome board. Can't wait to see how it turns out for you.
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Well, I didn't realize there was a thread for this.. haha shows how little I've been on this forum...
BUT here I am, ready for some advice and criticism :]
Here's my proposal.

Well after much deliberation I've put together my vision, more or less, for this machine.

The parts are listed in my signature.

I plan to remove the 3.5 drive bay to improve airflow, and the heatsinks from one or more of the vengeance cards to facilitate the cpu cooler.
I'm going for the windforce since it will cool well, and it just looks awesome haha

Gonna use a 20pin to usb 3.0 adapter to connect the front 3.0 port to the mobo directly, opening up the rear ports and improving the aesthetics.

I went overkill on the PSU because I plan to use it for future builds, and to leave me limitless room to tweak and grow, because I do plan to at least sli in the fairly near future.

Slapping in two 128GB 830s in RAID 0 for the boot speed and photoshop and a few games, and using the re4 for everything else.

One 5.25 will be used for the 2 128s, and another for the re4.
Leaving me with two bays, contemplating putting in a fan controller or some random peripheral, and possibly a bluray drive in the future, but considering how little i use a drive nowadays, I might just forego that.

So the full parts list is as follows.
Corsair 600T White
Intel i5 3570K
Corsair Vengeance 32GB 1600 DDR3 Ram (4x8GB)
Samsung 830 128GB SSDs in RAID 0
Western Digital RE4 1TB for storage
Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce 2GB
Corsair AX1200 Gold
ASRock Z77 Extreme4 mobo

Possibly a Lamptron FC5 v2?

So I'd love to hear your opinions on this proposed build. The only parts I've ordered so far are the RAM and RE4

Some points I'd like to address..

Any mobo recommendations?
Any chance there might be a better solution to placing my ssds? other than the 5.25 bay i was considering just taping them somewhere but that's still up in the air.
and any CPU cooler recommendations? I'd love to be able to have a great cooler without having to mess with the RAM.
Thanks in advance!
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Well, I didn't realize there was a thread for this.. haha shows how little I've been on this forum...
BUT here I am, ready for some advice and criticism :]
Here's my proposal.

Well after much deliberation I've put together my vision, more or less, for this machine.

The parts are listed in my signature.

I plan to remove the 3.5 drive bay to improve airflow, and the heatsinks from one or more of the vengeance cards to facilitate the cpu cooler.
I'm going for the windforce since it will cool well, and it just looks awesome haha

Gonna use a 20pin to usb 3.0 adapter to connect the front 3.0 port to the mobo directly, opening up the rear ports and improving the aesthetics.

I went overkill on the PSU because I plan to use it for future builds, and to leave me limitless room to tweak and grow, because I do plan to at least sli in the fairly near future.

Slapping in two 128GB 830s in RAID 0 for the boot speed and photoshop and a few games, and using the re4 for everything else.

One 5.25 will be used for the 2 128s, and another for the re4.
Leaving me with two bays, contemplating putting in a fan controller or some random peripheral, and possibly a bluray drive in the future, but considering how little i use a drive nowadays, I might just forego that.

So the full parts list is as follows.
Corsair 600T White
Intel i5 3570K
Corsair Vengeance 32GB 1600 DDR3 Ram (4x8GB)
Samsung 830 128GB SSDs in RAID 0
Western Digital RE4 1TB for storage
Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce 2GB
Corsair AX1200 Gold
ASRock Z77 Extreme4 mobo

Possibly a Lamptron FC5 v2?

So I'd love to hear your opinions on this proposed build. The only parts I've ordered so far are the RAM and RE4

Some points I'd like to address..

Any mobo recommendations?
Any chance there might be a better solution to placing my ssds? other than the 5.25 bay i was considering just taping them somewhere but that's still up in the air.
and any CPU cooler recommendations? I'd love to be able to have a great cooler without having to mess with the RAM.
Thanks in advance!

Good processor
32GB is overkill so go for 16GB
1 256 SSD is better than 2 128GB and boot time is increased because of RAID screen
Corsair AX850 - 1000 is enough for a single or dual GPU system (1200 is overkill unless you have 3-4 GPUs and a crazy OC on each one)
Mobo is good, but I prefer Asus.
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