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Ahh, Guess you can't see from the angle. I've got 2 SSD's in the upper 2 slots of the cage on the right.
I'm getting another 2 drives most likely over the weekend to expand the memory.

Thanks! Was already starting to question whether or not I'd need it to begin with. But it keeps the space in use, hate have those PSU cables exposed and laying about.
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post #7762 of 18197
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Originally Posted by DueVendetta View Post

Ahh, Guess you can't see from the angle. I've got 2 SSD's in the upper 2 slots of the cage on the right.
I'm getting another 2 drives most likely over the weekend to expand the memory.

Thanks! Was already starting to question whether or not I'd need it to begin with. But it keeps the space in use, hate have those PSU cables exposed and laying about.

i am not sure but if you can take the pedestal out form underneath the drive cafe on the right it would still improve airflow a little. next you just have to add those gpu's in the cooling loop biggrin.gif
post #7763 of 18197
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I'd also like to join the club, Overall new guy here at the forums, will do my best to upload pictures as soon as possible. Otherwise Rig specs in the sig for now.
I feel like I'm one of a select few who went with the Silver Model. I regret nothing. boxing3.gif

Welcome. The silver model is the newest version, so I'm sure more people will be choosing it. Your rig looks pretty sweet. Perhaps hide the cable that's behind and above the front hard drive cage.
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I would like to join. Rig in Sig
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Nice. How are you liking the H100i?
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post #7765 of 18197
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Nice. How are you liking the H100i?

So far so good...It is not as noisy as everyone claims.
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Nice. How are you liking the H100i?

So far so good...It is not as noisy as everyone claims.

I don't think the H100(not i) is noisy even on stock fans. The performance definitely makes up for the noise though thumb.gif

Nice looking rig btw biggrin.gif
post #7767 of 18197
any1 that has the H series use anti kink coils for looks?
if you do please post a pic
post #7768 of 18197
Love this case, mine will be here Tuesday!
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post #7769 of 18197
As much as i love this case, i really dislike the poor airflow.
I added another 7950 a while back, and the temps are raising like crazy. My older HAF922 did a much better job cooling the components.
Besides that, the 600T is brilliant. To be honest, i never had a case i have been so happy with.

Earlier, I replaced the stock fans with a 120mm Bitfenix Spectre, and a 200mm Bitfenix Spectre Pro. Some days ago I added a 120mm fan right onto my 7950 crossfire setup, this all helped a little getting temps lower but i am not satisfied yet.


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Cable management 600T by Rck1984F, on Flickr


Any suggestions? People with crossfire setups, how did you manage? Besides changing to watercooling?
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As much as i love this case, i really dislike the poor airflow.
I added another 7950 a while back, and the temps are raising like crazy. My older HAF922 did a much better job cooling the components.
Besides that, the 600T is brilliant. To be honest, i never had a case i have been so happy with.

Earlier, I replaced the stock fans with a 120mm Bitfenix Spectre, and a 200mm Bitfenix Spectre Pro. Some days ago I added a 120mm fan right onto my 7950 crossfire setup, this all helped a little getting temps lower but i am not satisfied yet.

Any suggestions? People with crossfire setups, how did you manage? Besides changing to watercooling?

The best thing to do is make sure you have more air going in than coming out.  Use higher CFM fans as intake, and lower CFM fans as exhaust.

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