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Would you be able to change the undervolting options in the bios or would it run at 7v because of the 7v adapter.
If you use the 7 volt adapter, you won't also have to change settings in your BIOS. They will just run at 7v. Of course it could be under-volted even more even if you use the 7v adapter, but it will basically run at max 7v.

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Does the adapter go directly into the fan header on the motherboard?
It's real simple: you plug the fan into the adapter (which is basically just a tiny cable like this) and the adapter into the motherboard (or fan controller). And that's it!

Please note that you also have crappy 7v adapters like this one. These are way less useful because you won't be able to under volt the fans even more with these, they will just run at 7v and that's it.

The Corsair SP120's come with the good kind of adapter though thumb.gif so don't worry. The Bitfenix doesn't (if you're considering them), but it's quiet enough as it is IMO.

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Side panel fans : 4 x Corsair Air Series SP120 Performance Edition Case Fan ( Intake )

Top panel fans : 2 x Cougar CF-V12H Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing 120mm Orange ( Exhaust )

Back panel fans : 1 x Cougar CF-V12HB Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing 120mm ( exhaust )

Front panel fans : 1 x NZXT 200mm Rifle Bearing Fan ( Intake ) OR

1 x BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Black Fan ( Intake
I think you've selected fine fans, but I must warn you about an aspect of the NZXT one. First of all, you have an FS and FN variant. The FN moves more air but is really loud according to the specs. Of course, you could undervolt it as well. But the thing I really wanted to point out is that the NZXT fan is 30mm thick. Therefore, it will not fit into the front of he case with the drive bays installed. You can move one of the cages next to the PSU but if you need space for more than 3 hard drives you need to take this into consideration. The Bitfenix fan is 25mm thick, which will allow for both drive bays to fit in the front (tested).

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Do I want 3 pin or 4 pin PWM fan headers?
With PWM fans you basically gain the option to control the fan speeds based on temperatures. Generally, motherboard manufacturers provide some software tool to manage this. It can be nice, as you can fine tune your setup to regulate your fans speeds automatically. You must keep in mind however that there are fan controllers out there that do not support 4 pin PWM fans, in which case you'd need to convert your PWM fan to a 3 pin (according to contact I had with a Noctua rep this conversion shouldn't cause any problems). Also, if your motherboard has 3 pin connections, you can still plug in PWM fans but they'll just run at full speed. Beware that as far as I'm aware you need PWM fans to control the fan speeds using your motherboard, and of course you need 4 pin headers on your motherboard. 3 pin fans will just run at full speed unless you use a 7v adapter (in which case they'll always run at 7v) or a fan controller (which adapts voltage as well). Maybe there are mobo's out there that can control the speed of 3 pin fans but not as far as I'm aware.

And like I said before I think the H60 is a good choice instead of a H100(i) if you aren't really going to overclock anyway and want so save some money smile.gif

PS: sorry for the somewhat late response, busy day and these things take a while to type wink.gif
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My dad's PC

Did you guys mean for the PSU to be upside down like that? It should be intake from the bottom of the case...

Been a while since I read through the thread, just have to say there are some really impressive builds! thumb.gif
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Did you guys mean for the PSU to be upside down like that? It should be intake from the bottom of the case...

Been a while since I read through the thread, just have to say there are some really impressive builds! thumb.gif

It is not a golden rule to have our PSU setup to intake from the bottom of your case and then venting the hotting air out.

Especially with the 600T where the air located down near your PSU really does not get very good air flow, if you want the air in this area to move more freely then you can do as in the image and flip the PSU so it takes the air from inside your case and then vent the hot air out, with some 200mm fans pushing air in that direction you would really not get hot air from the GPUs. I have done this in the past and the air flow was vastly improved.

But I have to say, good god that is a thick piece of plastic on the side door, looks like it is almost an inch thick.. but could be the photo
Edited by Devious Dog - 2/8/13 at 3:20pm
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I've also read about many people using and praising the scythe gentle typhoons. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
As I'm doing a completely air cooled ( minus the cpu cooler ) build, I want to make sure I'm using good quality fans and that they are going to move air well. The static pressure is important in some areas of my case and I've been looking at the corsair sp series as well as the cougar series fans.The fan's looks aren't that important to me, I don't want any led's in the case and I'll always have the side mesh panel on, but led's are not welcome in my room, especially while I am trying to sleep or when I'm doing uni work. I've never been a fan of Coolermaster fans to be honest, I've read good things about them but the fans that stuck out to me were the Corsair AF / SP series and the Cougar CF-V12HB fans.

I'll take a look at the bitfenix spectre pro fans, they seem to be reasonably cheap and I'm a big fan of bitfenix products, in particular, their budget gaming cases, like the shinobi and the raider. Again, looks dont matter all that much, as long as they are clean and have no leds ( yes I am boring ).

Oh okay, so under volting sounds relatively simple. Would you be able to change the undervolting options in the bios or would it run at 7v because of the 7v adapter. Does the adapter go directly into the fan header on the motherboard? I'm looking at a few lamptron fan controllers, but I need one that is quite subtle and easy to use. I will probably use it control all my case fans or at least the ones that are going to be loud. I'm not entirely certain that I want to use a fan controller yet though.

I appreciate your suggestions. I'm still looking, but as the case is going to arrive monday, before I install and order any more components, I want to fit the fans into the case to get an idea of the cooling I'm going to use. Here was my plan :

I am going to buy and install four 120mm fans on the side mesh panel, these will be intake. I am going to buy and install two 120mm fans on the top panel underneath the mesh, these will be exhaust. I am going to buy and install a 120mm fan on the back panel, this will be an exhaust ( possibly mounted to a H60 rad ). I am going to buy and install a 200mm fan on the front panel behind the front mesh, this will be an intake.

Side panel fans : 4 x Corsair Air Series SP120 Performance Edition Case Fan ( Intake )

Top panel fans : 2 x Cougar CF-V12H Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing 120mm Orange ( Exhaust )

Back panel fans : 1 x Cougar CF-V12HB Vortex Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing 120mm ( exhaust )

Front panel fans : 1 x NZXT 200mm Rifle Bearing Fan ( Intake ) OR

1 x BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Black Fan ( Intake

I'm still deciding on whether on what CPU cooler that I'm going to go with, although at this point it looks like I'm going to go with a corsair closed loop system, probably something like the h60 or the h100 or h100i, I'm undecided. Leaning towards the h60 more as I'm not doing overclocking, at least if I did, it would not be till I need that extra performance for games, and even then it'd be a few hundred mhz. Cheers


EDIT: Do I want 3 pin or 4 pin PWM fan headers? Cheers

The Scythe GTs are really good fans. They are fairly quiet while having a high static pressure. Also, top of the list if you can find them is Yate Loons. Great fans.

Here is a comprehensive fans testing thread that will give you results for a wide variety of fans. This thread concentrates on performance and noise.

http://www.overclock.net/t/859483/round-6-fan-testing-working-thread

And here's a chart that might help:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/picture/?src=/images/coolers/120mm-fan-roundup-2/01_spec_big.png
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Did you guys mean for the PSU to be upside down like that? It should be intake from the bottom of the case...

Been a while since I read through the thread, just have to say there are some really impressive builds! thumb.gif

Hey LRT. Nice to see ya visiting.
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It is not a golden rule to have our PSU setup to intake from the bottom of your case and then venting the hotting air out.

Especially with the 600T where the air located down near your PSU really does not get very good air flow, if you want the air in this area to move more freely then you can do as in the image and flip the PSU so it takes the air from inside your case and then vent the hot air out, with some 200mm fans pushing air in that direction you would really not get hot air from the GPUs. I have done this in the past and the air flow was vastly improved.

But I have to say, good god that is a thick piece of plastic on the side door, looks like it is almost an inch thick.. but could be the photo

As a person who was in on this club at the beginning...I have to say that I have never heard of that. Using your PSU to move air in the case speaks to much more problems besides the warm air moving through the already warm PSU. I guess what I am saying is show where and how it is beneficial..to me, it's just an upside down PSU sucking hot air. Be sure to show your evidence....
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Hey LRT. Nice to see ya visiting.

Nice to see you Mergatroid! Missed you guys How you been?!
Edited by longroadtrip - 2/8/13 at 10:34pm
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It is not a golden rule to have our PSU setup to intake from the bottom of your case and then venting the hotting air out.

Especially with the 600T where the air located down near your PSU really does not get very good air flow, if you want the air in this area to move more freely then you can do as in the image and flip the PSU so it takes the air from inside your case and then vent the hot air out, with some 200mm fans pushing air in that direction you would really not get hot air from the GPUs. I have done this in the past and the air flow was vastly improved.

But I have to say, good god that is a thick piece of plastic on the side door, looks like it is almost an inch thick.. but could be the photo

As a person who was in on this club at the beginning...I have to say that I have never heard of that. Using your PSU to move air in the case speaks to much more problems besides the warm air moving through the already warm PSU. I guess what I am saying is show where and how it is beneficial..to me, it's just an upside down PSU sucking hot air. Be sure to show your evidence....
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Hey LRT. Nice to see ya visiting.

Nice to see you Mergatroid! Missed you guys How you been?!

I must second this. I honestly see no benefit of reversing your psu so that is pills air out of your case. I do see however the need to clean your psu more regularly. I think in the year and a bit over had my 600 my PSU has been blown out once?

Ok now i have a question, what sleeving would you guys recommend?
I want to do my AX850 cables and actually have a spare set so can take my time.
What's the major difference between para-cord and mdpc?
Which is better?
I'm thinking of just doing plain white or maybe a grey as it works now matter what colour scheme you have in your case.

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There are several differences..think of paracord as shoe laces (that's what it is) MDPC was specifically designed for PC sleeving. It creates a cable that is shapeable and looks brilliant. In all of my mods, I prefer MDPC....for the record, it is worth the wait to order. Most of the major mods in this thread use it.
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I must second this. I honestly see no benefit of reversing your psu so that is pills air out of your case. I do see however the need to clean your psu more regularly. I think in the year and a bit over had my 600 my PSU has been blown out once?

Ok now i have a question, what sleeving would you guys recommend?
I want to do my AX850 cables and actually have a spare set so can take my time.
What's the major difference between para-cord and mdpc?
Which is better?
I'm thinking of just doing plain white or maybe a grey as it works now matter what colour scheme you have in your case.

SeNt FrOm My DoOmSdAy DeViCe FrOm InSiDe My SuPeR sEcReT uNdErGrOuNd LaIr

Check out some of the pics in this thread, Cable sleeving

I prefer paracord, but I am about to make an order from MDPC for the crimper and some sleeving for groups of wires and such. Paracord is only really good for 1-3 wires. Max I have fitted was 2 decent wires(Im guess 18-20 gauge from an old PSU I had)and a smaller signal(something really thin like 26) for my 3 fan banks on my door. But it was tight as hell and pretty difficult. Paracord is also a little harder to deal with IMO because it likes to fray if you dont singe the cut soon enough, and it likes to snag if you dont cover the pins while sliding through. But I like the feel and look of paracord soo much better, and I like the flat finish of the paracord versus the slightly glossy finish on the plastic sleeves. No need to worry about color bleed at all, plus if you stretch the paracord tight when you do it, it will help with forming with wires the way you want. But the main advantage is the cost, paracord is dirt cheap, sold everywhere, and in a hundred colors. While MDPC is only from one place, and state side you can only order during certian hours(only website I know that has hours lol)

But to each their own, its best to get a little bit of each and try/test it our for yourself. But I am really fond of heatshrinkless paracord.

EDIT: for the record, 90% of my sleeving was done with paracord. But I do have some titanium grey small MDPC that an OCN member was nice enough to send me FOC so I could test it out. I used it for groupings of wires that I couldnt fit in paracord. I am going to order some more and sata sleeve when I catch them open.
Edited by goodtobeking - 2/9/13 at 9:15am
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just got my 600t




seems my 600t fan controller is busted... only one channel is working and the knob does nothing. Can the fan controller be rma'd? can it be removed from the case?
Edited by hakz - 2/9/13 at 4:05pm
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Intel i7 4770K Asus Maximus VI Extreme EVGA GeForce GTX 770 Corsair Dominator Platinum 16Gb (4x4Gb) 
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Have decided to do a graphite and white 600T. Currently have the white hut am getting some graphite parts. Think it's gonna look rather awesome

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600 Super White
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i7 2600k Asus P8P67 Pro Asus EAH6990 + MSI Fwin Frozr III 6950 Corsair Vengence 1866 8GB 
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3x 2TB - 2x 1TB - 250GB OS Sony 10x Blue-Ray Writer Windows 7 Proffessional Samsung P2770H 
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Logitech G15 v2 Corsair AX850 Corsair 600T SE Logitech G500 
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Razer Speed Pad 
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600 Super White
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 2600k Asus P8P67 Pro Asus EAH6990 + MSI Fwin Frozr III 6950 Corsair Vengence 1866 8GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
3x 2TB - 2x 1TB - 250GB OS Sony 10x Blue-Ray Writer Windows 7 Proffessional Samsung P2770H 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 v2 Corsair AX850 Corsair 600T SE Logitech G500 
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Razer Speed Pad 
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