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post #7581 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Captain_cannonfodder View Post

I got my new 600T up and running but the power button wont power the machine on when I press it. I have to remove the side panel to hit the switch on the motherboard.
Try to return it, you might have a f**cked up case. That's the main reason i love to shop local even if its more money i can always exchange or money back within 30 days
post #7582 of 18197
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Originally Posted by willywill View Post

Try to return it, you might have a f**cked up case. That's the main reason i love to shop local even if its more money i can always exchange or money back within 30 days

Check the above post, I dun goofed.
post #7583 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Captain_cannonfodder View Post

I got my new 600T up and running but the power button wont power the machine on when I press it. I have to remove the side panel to hit the switch on the motherboard.

I realize you corrected your problem, and that's great.

For others having this issue with any case or mobo, a simple test is to just swap the reset and power connectors. If the system powers on using the reset button, you know your power button is bad. However, if the system still won't power up with the reset button plugged into the power button header, then there's something else wrong.
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post #7584 of 18197
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Looks nice, more pictures in your profile would be good so we can see the whole setup.
Just a couple quick questions though.
1. What make and model type is your rads, especially interested in your 200mm is it full copper.
2. Why do you have the watercooling going from your CPU and then into both GPUs, would you not seperate with one of your two rads.
Like this: RAD 360 » CPU » RAD 200 » GPU » GPU » RES » back to RAD 360

1. My 360 up top is a Magicool Pro Slim Here is the link to it http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_670&products_id=21114&zenid=f7aa09abc517056c9194493f8d53ff46
My 200 up front is A Phobya XTREME, link for the description http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_457_667_975&products_id=31028

2. In order to successfully create that loop is a lot more tubing than I'd like to have in my case OkanG is straight on with what he said and plus I already have somewhat of a Jungle in my case. It wouldn't look right, and I'll tell you this, the temperature difference from when I had my H100 cooling the CPU alone, compared to the Custom Loop is only a difference of about 2C under full load, I decided to keep it right there, plus I love the look of it now. I'll be posting more pics of it, I just want to finish a few things.

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The loop order doesn't really matter in that regard. It would only matter up to .5C to do it like that. Having a jungle of ugly tubes EVERYWHERE in a rig just seems like a big price to pay for .5C during load. It's not my rig, but that's my theory and how I'll be doing it as well when I get the money for watercooling stuff.
@Atistab: Awesome setup! I'm just curious, is that an EK 150 reservoir with an MCP 655 pump with a Koolance pump top?

You are absolutely correct, I actually ran into a youtube video of a guy Ronsanut, and it seems he had the same idea and did it before me, Can't be too mad about it I love the way it looks, props to him.
But I'll tell you this one, Be prepared to do a bit of modding of the koolance pump top, its kinda odd, but the EK150 and the 450 Revision 2.0 aren't fully compatible with each other. I had to put a few layers of Teflon tape on the inside to make it have a good seal. I'm currently looking at replacing the Res since I'm not entirely too sure how it will do when it moves around, sitting stable on my desk its fine but I don't want to risk something happening if I ever take it to a LAN party.
post #7585 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Atistab View Post

You are absolutely correct, I actually ran into a youtube video of a guy Ronsanut, and it seems he had the same idea and did it before me, Can't be too mad about it I love the way it looks, props to him.
But I'll tell you this one, Be prepared to do a bit of modding of the koolance pump top, its kinda odd, but the EK150 and the 450 Revision 2.0 aren't fully compatible with each other. I had to put a few layers of Teflon tape on the inside to make it have a good seal. I'm currently looking at replacing the Res since I'm not entirely too sure how it will do when it moves around, sitting stable on my desk its fine but I don't want to risk something happening if I ever take it to a LAN party.

Funny thing, I want my res and pump exactly the same way! Good to know about the compatibility thing, I wonder which pump tops can be used instead of the Koolance one? I'm not sure what to look for, when I want an MCP 655 pump with an EK 150 Reservoir mounted on top of it. What other pump top choices do I have? I go to LAN parties a lot, so that would be a real pain for me.

If Ronsanut sees this, props to you good sir! thumb.gif
 
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post #7586 of 18197
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Funny thing, I want my res and pump exactly the same way! Good to know about the compatibility thing, I wonder which pump tops can be used instead of the Koolance one? I'm not sure what to look for, when I want an MCP 655 pump with an EK 150 Reservoir mounted on top of it. What other pump top choices do I have? I go to LAN parties a lot, so that would be a real pain for me.
If Ronsanut sees this, props to you good sir! thumb.gif

I'm Looking right now, as I have an off day from work, Haven't seen much of anything that looks similar to the Koolance top, so if anything I may just swap the res and have it go from the GPU into the top of the Res, unless the EK top would fit on the Koolance Res, but More than likely it wont so at the moment, I'm at a loss, I wonder if anyone else on OCN could recommend something.
post #7587 of 18197
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borrowing darkcyde's picture for what it looks like
700

forgot how nice his rig turned out...
post #7588 of 18197
Just saw this today. http://www.moddiy.com/products/Corsair-AX%7B47%7DHX%7B47%7DTX-Series-Custom-PSU-Modular-Cables.html

Too bad I already ordered Corsair's all black set.
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post #7589 of 18197
For those of you guys interested, the Steel Silver 600T is up at Newegg now:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139017&name=Computer-Cases

This thing looks really good in person, very cool.
post #7590 of 18197
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For those of you guys interested, the Steel Silver 600T is up at Newegg now:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139017&name=Computer-Cases
This thing looks really good in person, very cool.
Here my bought it in a Microcenter store. Best Buy also can ship them to a store near you
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