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post #991 of 18217
I paid him $100, he hand delivered it to my house too smile.gif.

Not kinked, just looks like it the way it's angled. Better photos of my build here :

http://vivithemage.com/2011/04/water-cooling-a-corsair-600t-case-i5-2500k-2x6950/
post #992 of 18217
Got a little present from the UPS lady this morning!
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Looks great! Still might pick up the full acrylic panel from Mnpctech though...that looks sexy!

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post #993 of 18217
The acrylic 600T panel is $125 + shipping.

The window panel is milled from 1" thick cast acrylic, then we polish all of the edges.

You swap your panel latches on your 600T panel


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post #994 of 18217
Bill- Still think that is the best looking side panel I've ever seen!
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Originally Posted by Bill Owen;13353570 
The acrylic 600T panel is $125 + shipping.

The window panel is milled from 1" thick cast acrylic, then we polish all of the edges.

You swap your panel latches on your 600T panel


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post #995 of 18217
It is, it's mint. It's very thick, but fits flush.
post #996 of 18217
Those full side windows look incredible, some very nice workmanship there.

For owners of the White 600t, what do you make of the new faster fans? Have they improved temps compared to the stock fans on the original model? Also, if you have 4x120mm fans in the mesh side panel, what would the maximum size for an aftermarket cpu cooler be to fit comfortably with that setup? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by kita24;13356485 
Those full side windows look incredible, some very nice workmanship there.

For owners of the White 600t, what do you make of the new faster fans? Have they improved temps compared to the stock fans on the original model? Also, if you have 4x120mm fans in the mesh side panel, what would the maximum size for an aftermarket cpu cooler be to fit comfortably with that setup? Thanks!

@Kita24
My Megahalem is 158.7mm tall and I have 1.5 inches for fans...a 120mmx25mm fan will leave you a 1/2" of clearance between the fan and the cooler. Tried to take photos with a tape measure for you..but flash was to bright for tape and it was too dark and out of focus without.

To everybody else- just swapped out my H70 because I wasn't happy with the performance (dropped 5C under Prime95 by going back to my Mega.) I do however want to set up a watercooling loop. I'm thinking the Swiftech Apogee XT (rev. 2) cpu block, Black Ice GT Stealth 240 X-Flow Radiator, GT AP-15s for fans, but I need suggestions on the pump and reservoir....any thought, ideas, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

System with the Mega-
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post #998 of 18217
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ADD MEH! got teh case in!

the lack of a sidefan saddens me though =/ i havent looked through the thread, but did someone find a cool spot (no pun intended) to put a fan to help with heat from non ref graphics?

i might just rig up my trusty old spotfan somehow...

I stuck one on the side of the hard drive cage. It doesn't look like it would do much, but judging from the dust it gets on the blades I'd say it's moving its share of air. I also cut a hole and added one to the bottom of the case, but that's a major hack and it's not for everyone. It wouldn't be hard to angle the fan on the drive cage up at the video cards.

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I seem to be posting that picture a lot.

Note, I have seen some people mount a fan between the lower front hard drive rack and the upper 5 1/4" bays. This has the advantage of being aimed directly at your video cards. I believe they just used nylon ties to mount it.

@longroadtrip

Wow, that's really odd.

I was using a stock Intel cooler on my Q8300 Core 2 Quad, and the highest temp I ever saw was 72c using Sandra to torture the CPU.
I installed an H70 and overclocked my CPU from 2.5 to 3.3GHz and my highest core temp now loading with Prime95 is 63c. It doesn't seem like much of a drop but it's after overclocking 800MHz. Perhaps you got a poor seat when you installed the water block?
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip;13357601 
.....but I need suggestions on the pump and reservoir....any thought, ideas, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

Swiftech MCP355 for the pump, and EK DDC X-res 140 pump top/reservoir combo.
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Bill- Still think that is the best looking side panel I've ever seen!

I'm totally in love with mine.
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Longroadtrip, I really appreciate you taking the time to snap the pic & post it, plus the measurements, as a friend is obsessing over this case, although UK stocks don't seem to be in yet, and he always uses aftermarket coolers and was curious about his options for using the side mesh so we both thank you very much indeed, most kind! Sexy Tron effect in your case ; )
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