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Thank you for the welcome.

That mount also looks nice. I forgot to mention in my post that I actually will have a bluray player in one of the optical bays, so I'm not sure how that would work if I removed the cage. Any ideas?

Also, I can't find these Alchemy light strips? Only the cable extensions.
That sounds really nice. I totally didn't think of cleaning the covers though, good point. I guess you have to remove the fan every time you wanna clean?

Thanks, guys.

No you don't have to unmount the fans for cleaning.. I normally clean all my filters on a Thursday night that way they are clean for Friday night which is the start of the gaming weekend. As for cleaning the drive bay sections, all you need do is poke threw the fan from the inside out and you should be able to unlock them and then clean with ease.. or make a new dust filter for that section.
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Getting closer to being able to power on my Corsair 600TM, but I am now wondering at what point will I no longer be able to call my case a Corsair 600. Anyway these are the photo, I am going to do a build log if people are interested.

What I am currently fitting in is
2x Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator
8x BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Fan - White LED (But changing the LEDs to a darker RED LED waterclear 5mm 12000mcd)


Making room to fit my fan and radiator mounts


Fan and radiator mounts installed


Radiators installed


Fans mounted.

Mainboard tray to be modified and installed hopefully tonight or tomorrow night, but if all goes to plan it should be up and running by the weekend. Such a shame that pccasegear.com are unable to secure any parts from Bitspower, this is really killing me and my build.. If anyone knows of a GOOD supplier in Australia (NSW) let me know (PM me), also just got my shipment of MDPC cable sleeve so I am going to be very busy.. thumb.gif
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post #8293 of 18217
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No you don't have to unmount the fans for cleaning.. I normally clean all my filters on a Thursday night that way they are clean for Friday night which is the start of the gaming weekend. As for cleaning the drive bay sections, all you need do is poke threw the fan from the inside out and you should be able to unlock them and then clean with ease.. or make a new dust filter for that section.

That sounds awesome then. I'm pretty sure I'll be doing that at some point.
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Getting closer to being able to power on my Corsair 600TM, but I am now wondering at what point will I no longer be able to call my case a Corsair 600. Anyway these are the photo, I am going to do a build log if people are interested.

What I am currently fitting in is
2x Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator
8x BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Fan - White LED (But changing the LEDs to a darker RED LED waterclear 5mm 12000mcd)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Making room to fit my fan and radiator mounts


Fan and radiator mounts installed


Radiators installed


Fans mounted.

Mainboard tray to be modified and installed hopefully tonight or tomorrow night, but if all goes to plan it should be up and running by the weekend. Such a shame that pccasegear.com are unable to secure any parts from Bitspower, this is really killing me and my build.. If anyone knows of a GOOD supplier in Australia (NSW) let me know (PM me), also just got my shipment of MDPC cable sleeve so I am going to be very busy.. thumb.gif

Man, you did an amazing job considering all that was cut out. What's gonna happen with the front panel?
Edited by Gyrael - 2/11/13 at 9:51pm
post #8294 of 18217
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Originally Posted by Sakura Siri View Post

do you have a link to that mount? thumb.gif

just got a reference photo for that, here's another mount that does the same.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835185020
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Thank you for the welcome.

That mount also looks nice. I forgot to mention in my post that I actually will have a bluray player in one of the optical bays, so I'm not sure how that would work if I removed the cage. Any ideas?

Also, I can't find these Alchemy light strips? Only the cable extensions.

I believe these are for two 5.25" bays only, and the 600T has four. wink.gif

Here's a link for the Alchemy strips.
http://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/premium-modding/alchemy-led-strips/
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post #8295 of 18217
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That sounds awesome then. I'm pretty sure I'll be doing that at some point.
Man, you did an amazing job considering all that was cut out. What's gonna happen with the front panel?

As a temp solution I will be cutting out the inside section of the front plastic part and then folding some mesh to fit back into this section so it covers my fans. This will be glued together with some 3M weld epoxy glue. I am then thinking of having some locating pins on the front cover with inserts into the case and then using some more epoxy glue on some Rare Earth magnets so the front cover securely attaches to the case. Similar approach will be done to the top cover, I am playing with the idea of creating a custom front and top cover from fiber glass.

I am also thinking of putting in some custom buttons or just swapping out the USB 3 and Firewire ports with a dual USB 3 port from a Vengeance Series C70 Front I/O Replacement Kit (which I just recieved ) that has a dual usb 3 front port connected onto a USB 3 header for the mobo with approx 1m cable length, this should then go into the firewire and usb 3 port with almost no modding. Otherwise I might make a custom power switch board and get rid of the fan controller knob, of course using the Vengeance Series C70 Front I/O Replacement Kit as this has no circuit board not like the one found in the Corsair 600.

Motherboard tray is the next thing, so I can fit my mATX ASUS Rampage IV Gene Motherboard in with my AX1200. however this is only a temp soloution as I want my mainboard tray flipped upside down so I have my GPU's up the top and not down the bottom, I want the hot water from my GPU to use my top radiator first and this would make a much cleaner loop and I think the hottest producing components (GPU's) should be at the top and the processor at the bottom.. opposite to how all computer cases are.. and making some tools so I can do my bends cleaner

Final design is something like this, but I had to rethink after my Rampage IV Extreme produced faults after a CPU failure, the mATX suits all my needs for now.

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post #8296 of 18217
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Originally Posted by hakz View Post

just got a reference photo for that, here's another mount that does the same.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835185020
I believe these are for two 5.25" bays only, and the 600T has four. wink.gif

Here's a link for the Alchemy strips.
http://www.bitfenix.com/global/en/products/premium-modding/alchemy-led-strips/

Ugh, they don't sell those on Amazon. And newegg doesn't take my international card. Thank you though. Do you know if the NZXT strips are good?
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As a temp solution I will be cutting out the inside section of the front plastic part and then folding some mesh to fit back into this section so it covers my fans. This will be glued together with some 3M weld epoxy glue. I am then thinking of having some locating pins on the front cover with inserts into the case and then using some more epoxy glue on some Rare Earth magnets so the front cover securely attaches to the case. Similar approach will be done to the top cover, I am playing with the idea of creating a custom front and top cover from fiber glass.

I am also thinking of putting in some custom buttons or just swapping out the USB 3 and Firewire ports with a dual USB 3 port from a Vengeance Series C70 Front I/O Replacement Kit (which I just recieved ) that has a dual usb 3 front port connected onto a USB 3 header for the mobo with approx 1m cable length, this should then go into the firewire and usb 3 port with almost no modding. Otherwise I might make a custom power switch board and get rid of the fan controller knob, of course using the Vengeance Series C70 Front I/O Replacement Kit as this has no circuit board not like the one found in the Corsair 600.

Motherboard tray is the next thing, so I can fit my mATX ASUS Rampage IV Gene Motherboard in with my AX1200. however this is only a temp soloution as I want my mainboard tray flipped upside down so I have my GPU's up the top and not down the bottom, I want the hot water from my GPU to use my top radiator first and this would make a much cleaner loop and I think the hottest producing components (GPU's) should be at the top and the processor at the bottom.. opposite to how all computer cases are.. and making some tools so I can do my bends cleaner

Final design is something like this, but I had to rethink after my Rampage IV Extreme produced faults after a CPU failure, the mATX suits all my needs for now.


Damn, that's ambitious. I can't wait to see that finished. You have some great ideas.
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Getting closer to being able to power on my Corsair 600TM, but I am now wondering at what point will I no longer be able to call my case a Corsair 600. Anyway these are the photo, I am going to do a build log if people are interested.

What I am currently fitting in is
2x Phobya Xtreme 400mm Radiator
8x BitFenix Spectre Pro 200mm Fan - White LED (But changing the LEDs to a darker RED LED waterclear 5mm 12000mcd)


Making room to fit my fan and radiator mounts


Fan and radiator mounts installed


Radiators installed


Fans mounted.

Mainboard tray to be modified and installed hopefully tonight or tomorrow night, but if all goes to plan it should be up and running by the weekend. Such a shame that pccasegear.com are unable to secure any parts from Bitspower, this is really killing me and my build.. If anyone knows of a GOOD supplier in Australia (NSW) let me know (PM me), also just got my shipment of MDPC cable sleeve so I am going to be very busy.. thumb.gif


Wow, that's looking incredible! Definitely put up a build log if you have the time. I'm interested to see what I could do in the future and how you went about doing everything. Looks really good dude thumb.gif
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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....
Nice to see you Mergatroid! Missed you guys How you been?!

Pretty good. Bought a new Impala, so I can't spend lots on my computer anymore. I've been keeping an eye on your Yin and Yang thread. Sweet stuff bud. How's trix?

btw, I have heard people mention that they have tested temps with the power supply upside down and rightside up and they got zero difference. Personally, I just don't see any point in drawing warm case air into the supply, and besides if it actually makes zero difference to temps, then why mount it upside down?
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Originally Posted by Random_Sheep View Post

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

Have you checked Corsair's site? That have pre made sleeved cables for the AX850. A variety of colours too.
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Originally Posted by hakz View Post

just got my 600t
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


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?

Some people have been able to RMA the fan controller, and some people not. I would suggest emailing Corsair support and ask them about it.
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Originally Posted by Devious Dog View Post

As a temp solution I will be cutting out the inside section of the front plastic part and then folding some mesh to fit back into this section so it covers my fans. This will be glued together with some 3M weld epoxy glue. I am then thinking of having some locating pins on the front cover with inserts into the case and then using some more epoxy glue on some Rare Earth magnets so the front cover securely attaches to the case. Similar approach will be done to the top cover, I am playing with the idea of creating a custom front and top cover from fiber glass. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I am also thinking of putting in some custom buttons or just swapping out the USB 3 and Firewire ports with a dual USB 3 port from a Vengeance Series C70 Front I/O Replacement Kit (which I just recieved ) that has a dual usb 3 front port connected onto a USB 3 header for the mobo with approx 1m cable length, this should then go into the firewire and usb 3 port with almost no modding. Otherwise I might make a custom power switch board and get rid of the fan controller knob, of course using the Vengeance Series C70 Front I/O Replacement Kit as this has no circuit board not like the one found in the Corsair 600.

Motherboard tray is the next thing, so I can fit my mATX ASUS Rampage IV Gene Motherboard in with my AX1200. however this is only a temp soloution as I want my mainboard tray flipped upside down so I have my GPU's up the top and not down the bottom, I want the hot water from my GPU to use my top radiator first and this would make a much cleaner loop and I think the hottest producing components (GPU's) should be at the top and the processor at the bottom.. opposite to how all computer cases are.. and making some tools so I can do my bends cleaner

Final design is something like this, but I had to rethink after my Rampage IV Extreme produced faults after a CPU failure, the mATX suits all my needs for now.


Careful with the magnets (or are you going to be using hard drives or just SSDs?). Your build looks awesome man. Can't wait to see it finished.



Did some of you guys read the first page in the thread?

"RULES:
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3: Please refrain from re-posting or quoting an entire set of pics.
..."

Just post one pic that stands out for you. The rest can be edited out or "spoilered" in the comment editor. Highlight the part containing what you don't want to show up in your comment (such as a long series of images) and click the spoiler button.

Wow, I'm so tired I accidentally deleted some replies to some people's comments. It was real nice with pictures and everything (yawn). Oh well. Mostly telling Gyrael to check Dark Cyde's build on the first page for a good example of well done CCFL usage. Pay particular attention to how he placed them without having them in your face. Click on his sig picture for a better look. You can click on my sig for a look at how LED strips can come out. I'm using NZXT Strips that come with a little controller for on/off and brightness control. Also, I was the guy who replaced my Spectre Pro with my NZXT because the latter moves a lot more air and I have it modded with eight LEDs so it looks better as well. However, the Spectre Pro is a great fan for having low noise but still performing well. I know the NZXT is listed at 166 cfm while the SP is listed at 140 something, but you can sure tell the difference when you stick your hand in there. At about an inch away, the NZXT fan will actually suck the front dust cover closed. Just remember, if you use an NZXT it's 30mm thick so you either have to move the drive cages or mod them while the SP fan, at 25mm thick, will fit without modding.
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do you have a link to that mount? thumb.gif

Check out this on ebay
www.ebay.com/itm/Titan-TTC-HDC5-Hard-Drive-Case-5-25inch-Bay-Cooler-w-120mm-Fan-/280761206560?pt=US_Hard_Drive_Cooling&hash=item415eac0720
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817996019

This fits perfectly in my 600T. go with that. I'm able to put on the stock filters no problem.
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