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Can someone confirm the largest size fan that will fit into the rear of the 600T? Someone suggested a 140mm Spectre Pro would fit but I, perhaps wrongly, thought 120mm was the maximum.
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Hi guys,

I'm looking to paint my 600t with some grey paint (DuPont fleet code 44490 if I'm able to get some) and was wondering :
Should I sand any part of the case ? it seems to be overall plastic except for the side panels and I don't know anything about painting...

Thank your for your advice !
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Originally Posted by .Griff. View Post

Can someone confirm the largest size fan that will fit into the rear of the 600T? Someone suggested a 140mm Spectre Pro would fit but I, perhaps wrongly, thought 120mm was the maximum.
120mm is the maximum
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post #6974 of 18210
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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.
...
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.
...

Hi. I just wanted to ask about your SSDs you're planning to RAID. If they are SATA III SSDs, do you really think you will get any performance improvement from RAIDing two fast drives like that? I have two SATA II SSDs in RAID, and although my read performance really improved, my write performance decreased. Also, as far as I know, Intel RST still does not support TRIM on SSDs that are in a RAID (at least it didn't when I RAIDed my two SSDs, and I have not come across a version yet that says it supports TRIM on RAID). So, you have to leave your computer on at idle (I use the log-in screen) for hours to allow the SSDs to do garbage collection. I will do this once a month when I'm sleeping. Note that the boot time decreased more from the RAID than the RAID screen delays it. So, in my case it was an overall decrease in boot time. My ASUS mobo hiccups on the RAID sometimes though, and I end up having to reset it to get it to boot. That's about once in 25 boots.

Although I got a great read improvement when I implemented the RAID, they are only performing at about the level of an SATA III SSD for read (About 470 MB/s I think), but you should get about 500Mb/s from an SATA III SSD. On a new Windows 7 Installation, this should give you about a 14 second boot time (after POST) without any RAID needed at all.

Lol, I got into a big argument on a Microsoft Windows forum with a couple of guys telling me that RAIDing my SATA II SSDs would not be worthwhile. Even when I did it and proved to them that my read speeds almost doubled they still wouldn't believe. However, if I had of had SATA III drives in the first place, I don't think I would have RAIDed them because at 500MB/s, you really don't need any further speed boost. Theoretically, you may see your boot time go to maybe 8 or 10 seconds. I honestly don't think you'll notice much of a difference between RAIDing two SATA III SSDs and just using one by itself. Of course, if one drive fails you'll lose everything on both drives as well, but then again if you use a single drive and it fails, you still lose everything on that drive (thank goodness for backups).

Personally, I would just purchase a larger SATA III SSD and use it instead or RAIDing two such fast drives. If they were SATA II though then I would say go for it.

Either way you decide, you're system should still be real peppy...
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Originally Posted by twm.7 View Post

Hi guys,
I'm looking to paint my 600t with some grey paint (DuPont fleet code 44490 if I'm able to get some) and was wondering :
Should I sand any part of the case ? it seems to be overall plastic except for the side panels and I don't know anything about painting...
Thank your for your advice !

Good question. I know some people here do painting, I'll be interested to see what they say.

Here's something that may help you out a bit:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1188309/guide-to-painting-your-custom-pc-like-a-show-car-finish-dump-the-spray-cans

From that thread:

"If you are painting Plastic you will also need a can of this .(YOU MUST USE THIS ON PLASTIC) Adhesion Promoter :"



Edit:

I have painted white DVD burners (front bezel and the tray) using black enamel spray paint and it worked fine without any adhesion promoter. However, the guy in the thread really sounds like he knows what he's talking about. With a large plastic case, especially an expensive one, I think I would follow what he says.
Edited by Mergatroid - 7/26/12 at 4:54pm
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Hi. I just wanted to ask about your SSDs you're planning to RAID. If they are SATA III SSDs, do you really think you will get any performance improvement from RAIDing two fast drives like that? I have two SATA II SSDs in RAID, and although my read performance really improved, my write performance decreased. Also, as far as I know, Intel RST still does not support TRIM on SSDs that are in a RAID (at least it didn't when I RAIDed my two SSDs, and I have not come across a version yet that says it supports TRIM on RAID). So, you have to leave your computer on at idle (I use the log-in screen) for hours to allow ...
Lol, I got into a big argument on a Microsoft Windows forum with a couple of guys telling me that RAIDing my SATA II SSDs would not be worthwhile. Even when I did it and proved to them that my read speeds almost doubled they still wouldn't believe. However, if I had of had SATA III drives in the first place, I don't think I would have RAIDed them because at 500MB/s, you really don't need any further speed boost. Theoretically, you may see your boot time go to maybe 8 or 10 seconds. I honestly don't think you'll notice much of a difference between RAIDing two SATA III SSDs and just using one by itself. Of course, if one drive fails you'll lose everything on both drives as well, but then again if you use a single drive and it fails, you still lose everything on that drive (thank goodness for backups).
Personally, I would just purchase a larger SATA III SSD and use it instead or RAIDing two such fast drives. If they were SATA II though then I would say go for it.
Either way you decide, you're system should still be real peppy...

well I have a friend who raid 0'd 2 vertex 3s.. and his benchmark really made me want to try it out as well aha


But the risk of failure is definitely huge. Honestly though, even with just an SSD running, the speed will be more than enough haha, I just wanted a monster.

Great advice and personal experiences, definitely helps.

maybe I'll RAID 1 two drives for safety..

But moving on from that... I am probably going to go with the ax850 gold, as swag suggested, but don't most psus only output about 80% of their stated? I remember reading that somewhere... can't recall where off the top of my head though.

And as for the mobo, the ASRock z77 Extreme 6.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

Hi. I just wanted to ask about your SSDs you're planning to RAID. If they are SATA III SSDs, do you really think you will get any performance improvement from RAIDing two fast drives like that? I have two SATA II SSDs in RAID, and although my read performance really improved, my write performance decreased. Also, as far as I know, Intel RST still does not support TRIM on SSDs that are in a RAID (at least it didn't when I RAIDed my two SSDs, and I have not come across a version yet that says it supports TRIM on RAID). So, you have to leave your computer on at idle (I use the log-in screen) for hours to allow ...
Lol, I got into a big argument on a Microsoft Windows forum with a couple of guys telling me that RAIDing my SATA II SSDs would not be worthwhile. Even when I did it and proved to them that my read speeds almost doubled they still wouldn't believe. However, if I had of had SATA III drives in the first place, I don't think I would have RAIDed them because at 500MB/s, you really don't need any further speed boost. Theoretically, you may see your boot time go to maybe 8 or 10 seconds. I honestly don't think you'll notice much of a difference between RAIDing two SATA III SSDs and just using one by itself. Of course, if one drive fails you'll lose everything on both drives as well, but then again if you use a single drive and it fails, you still lose everything on that drive (thank goodness for backups).
Personally, I would just purchase a larger SATA III SSD and use it instead or RAIDing two such fast drives. If they were SATA II though then I would say go for it.
Either way you decide, you're system should still be real peppy...

well I have a friend who raid 0'd 2 vertex 3s.. and his benchmark really made me want to try it out as well aha
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

700

 



But the risk of failure is definitely huge. Honestly though, even with just an SSD running, the speed will be more than enough haha, I just wanted a monster.

Great advice and personal experiences, definitely helps.

maybe I'll RAID 1 two drives for safety..

But moving on from that... I am probably going to go with the ax850 gold, as swag suggested, but don't most psus only output about 80% of their stated? I remember reading that somewhere... can't recall where off the top of my head though.

And as for the mobo, the ASRock z77 Extreme 6.

 

On regular usage is pointless unless you're doing films or just for the benchmark numbers. To me it's a waste.

 
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ah okay, another question. Managed to find the CPU Cooler clearance on this site
http://uk.hardware.info/productinfo/120116/corsair-graphite-600t-white#tab:specifications
And it says18 cm.
Anyone have any experience with setting up a thermalright archon in this case?
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Still loving this case! It's remarkable. Doesn't collect much dust either. Loving my rig even more. I'm pretty damn happy with it. thumb.gif
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I'm considering get a 200mm Spectre Pro for the front of my 600T but I'm concerned whether it will fit or not without retrofitting it.

I'm sure there must be some 600T owners in this thread that has used Spectre Pro's in their cases so can they confirm how easy it is to fit them?
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I'm considering get a 200mm Spectre Pro for the front of my 600T but I'm concerned whether it will fit or not without retrofitting it.
I'm sure there must be some 600T owners in this thread that has used Spectre Pro's in their cases so can they confirm how easy it is to fit them?

Have a look at this one here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/831636/official-corsair-graphite-club/5840#post_17009898

There is a 140mm fan as rear exhaust. There is also a 200mm Spectre Pro. Fits perfectly. As far as I know you can't have the HDD cage right behind the fan. But you could move it next to the PSU.
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