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My new Corsair 600T build (in progress), and my old Lian Li PC-A16 case. I'm waiting for the CPU cooler (Antec-Kuhler liquid) and my warranty replaced Intel SSD.

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post #852 of 18196
I second the PrimoChill/PrimoFlex Tubing. I will only use that from now on. Great stuff.
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Originally Posted by lowbudgethooker;13207151 
I second the PrimoChill/PrimoFlex Tubing. I will only use that from now on. Great stuff.

So this is what all the cool kids are using? what are the benefits of using that over Tygon silver antimicrobial tubing or the Tygon opaque black kind?
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It's not over prices, is very flexible, no writing on the tubing, and comes in may colors.
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Does Sedyn or anyone else have a pic of the Mountain Mods 5.25 120mm Fan Mount installed and exposed on their 600T?

I had to extensively modify it and the drive bay covers to get it to fit. First I had to cut slots in the fan mount because the drive bays in the case have small metal ledges for each 5.25" bay. The existing screw holes put it flush with the outside of the case so you won't be able to use the bay covers. I mounted it further in and used 3M 1" Double-sided mounting squares to hold it in place. Next I had to modify the bay covers themselves by trimming off the tab extensions to clear the fan mount while leaving the actual tab that holds the covers in place.

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While I was at it, I replaced the OEM nylon filter mesh in the bay covers and lower 200mm grill with similar mesh made from aluminum. It should stand up better to repeated cleanings and IMO looks better too.

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Does Sedyn or anyone else have a pic of the Mountain Mods 5.25 120mm Fan Mount installed and exposed on their 600T?

I dont have the Mountain Mods fan mount, but I do have a 120mm fan mounted in my 5.25 bays. I just tore apart an old Cd-Rom drive, and used the bottom "tray" front it, and mounted my fan (and HDD and SSD) to it. And slid it in for a perfect fit. The removable 5.25 bay covers are kinda hard to remove, (when they get dusty) but not so bad once youve done it a once or twice.

I have a pictures of it in about page 8 or 9 of this thread. I think they were before I added a SSD and turned them sideways for better cable management.
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I second the PrimoChill/PrimoFlex Tubing. I will only use that from now on. Great stuff.

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My new Corsair 600T build (in progress), and my old Lian Li PC-A16 case. I'm waiting for the CPU cooler (Antec-Kuhler liquid) and my warranty replaced Intel SSD.
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imo get rid of the drive cages and mount your HD in the 5.25" bays.. it makes way for much better air flow!

(see page 84, first post)
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post #859 of 18196
smorg...

I did remove the lower drive cages. Wow, that really opens up for more airflow. I had to improvise some old brackets for the SSD to fit in the top cage. I wonder why that was not included.

Intel messed up their communication between the warranty and cross ship departments...wouldn't you think they're in adjoining cubicles? So, I don't have my replacement SSD yet...prob Saturday. Geez.........
post #860 of 18196
Just in case anyone is curious, a H70, a 600T and a Black Ice GT Stealth 240 mounted on top can all coexist with zero modifications (no polyps dangling out the back or top of the case either). And the fit? LIKE A GLOVE!

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There is some overlap, hopefully it won't hurt the efficiency of the rad by much.

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I had it by at least a millimeter.

The main goal is still to add a 200mm rad to the front of the case (still don't see them in stock), but this 240 can tide me over till then. I only bought the radiator as I wasn't convinced it would both fit, I am now moving forward and buying the rest of the parts. So far though it looks like I will be able to fit three separate rads, all internally, in my modestly sized 600T.
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