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Definitely checking that out! Got a big staples in Plymouth. I want to cover up my DVD bays
Cheers for the heads up

Yeah man, it looked like it could be quite useful, worth a look!
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Are the stock ones ok enough? And where do install the 2x 120 mm fans as you say? Sorry for all the questions mate. I am a newbie to this case and here on overclock.net.

By the way, nice build you got there. I love the white sleeving! Are the LED's in your rig stock?

Cheers

Stock 200mm fans are noisy - most replace them with Bitfenix/NXZT/Coolermaster fans for better output/less noise. You can place 2x120mm in the front, but you have to get creative for the mounting (case is not not designed to accomodate). The top vent is set up for either a slim 200mm fan or 2x120mm for a rad setup - you can mount the 120s on either on the bottom side of the steel top, or outside mounting which will be between the frame and the top mesh, like this:





Usual recommendation for the front fan (whatever fan choice you make) is to relocate the drive cages away to open up airflow; there is a location in front of the PSU for one cage - if you don't remove them alltogether wink.gif
post #9993 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Xclsyr View Post

Stock 200mm fans are noisy - most replace them with Bitfenix/NXZT/Coolermaster fans for better output/less noise. You can place 2x120mm in the front, but you have to get creative for the mounting (case is not not designed to accomodate). The top vent is set up for either a slim 200mm fan or 2x120mm for a rad setup - you can mount the 120s on either on the bottom side of the steel top, or outside mounting which will be between the frame and the top mesh, like this:





Usual recommendation for the front fan (whatever fan choice you make) is to relocate the drive cages away to open up airflow; there is a location in front of the PSU for one cage - if you don't remove them alltogether wink.gif
I'm jost a newbie with this so forgive me if I sound ignorant. What would the stock fan be in the front and in the back? I don't plan to overclock. I plan to use a Noctua D-14 cooler for my build.
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Yeah man, it looked like it could be quite useful, worth a look!

I sprayed my thumscrew, nearly the same colour as yours wink.gif
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Hey there guys, should i upgrade from my cm storm enfrocer to the 600t black with solid sidepanel or is there another good case around ther for ~200€? Need a quick reply smile.gif

The 600T is a fantastic case, and the Corsair 650D is also an awesome case. There are so many great cases available now that, if I were in the market right now, it would take me a month to decide which one I would purchase.
Just about any hardware is fine with this case. I don't know how many are left without the side window or mesh. They're getting harder to find from what I hear (I haven't looked myself).
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your hardware really has no bearing on the case.

The real question is if you want to Air cool or Watercool. Will you have room.

Your GPU, CPU, and RAM specs are meaningless to what case you choose. doh.gif

That's not quite true. Some cases are better at great airflow, and thus are good for just about any hardware, while some cases don't have such great airflow, and although they may be good for water cooling, you may not want to install multiple video cards that run on the upper end of the temperature spectrum. Personally, I think the 600T fits both of these scenarios but throughout the thread you can see people who have switched from other cases and are not happy that their temps had gone up. I think that may partially be why Corsair came out with the mesh. This is also the reason why I modded my case for an additional 120mm intake fan on the bottom (which was before the side mesh was available). Now I'm glad I did because I like the window better than the mesh.
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I would get the 600t,awesome looking case with great cable management...

Hey Reaper, you do know there's an edit button so you don't have to leave multiple posts, right?
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Looks very nice but doesnt seem to fit very well.
I cant decide between the black and the silver edition frown.gif

Dude, please note the rules on the op:

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That's for people viewing the site on mobile devices, where pictures can take a while. Just highlight the pictures and click the "spoiler" icon at the top of the editor. You can always use multiple spoilers which will allow you to repost a particular image without reposting an entire set of pictures.
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I want to join! smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1392968/corsair-600t-and-h220-expansion-watercooling-loop#post_20009230

It's a great case with certain peculiarities which can make it a pain for setting up an in-case watercooling loop. Haha

Cheers,
John

You should look through this thread and check out all the most awesome water builds done in this case. I think this case is one of the best (if not, the best) mid towers for water builds.
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Go for it!

Why is it that I constantly want to spent money smile.gif

Looking for the cheapest store (belgium) for a new Western Digital 3TB HDD (mine makes strange cracking noise, so I believe it's at the end of its life, 4 years old 1TB Samsung drive).
And I want a new mouse and I find the Mad Catz M.M.O. 7 in white awesome but ofcourse expensive frown.gif or the Corsair M95 in white. Also looking for a mouse pad but have no idea what to get.

You could also get a RAT 7 White or Albino:

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX36283

I'm using a RAT 9 right now. It's not bad.
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I'm jost a newbie with this so forgive me if I sound ignorant. What would the stock fan be in the front and in the back? I don't plan to overclock. I plan to use a Noctua D-14 cooler for my build.

the stock setup has 3 fans - a 200mm intake at the front, a 2nd 200mm at the top for exhaust, and a 120mm exhaust on the back as usual. Many who use 600t's go with watercooling; that's why there are the 2 options inside & out at the top, to fit a 240mm rad.

There's plenty of room for a D-14, most important thing you'll want is to open up the intake airflow at the front. That's why I mentioned moving the 2 drive cages - Corsair allowed for lots of hard drives, but they sit right in front of the intake. If you don't need that many HDD spaces, you can move the cages and open up the path for the front fan.

Here's mine for example: kept 1 cage but moved back to not block the intake fan (mines a Bitfenix Spectre Pro):



The stock setup would have another 200mm up top where my rad is.
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the stock setup has 3 fans - a 200mm intake at the front, a 2nd 200mm at the top for exhaust, and a 120mm exhaust on the back as usual. Many who use 600t's go with watercooling; that's why there are the 2 options inside & out at the top, to fit a 240mm rad.

There's plenty of room for a D-14, most important thing you'll want is to open up the intake airflow at the front. That's why I mentioned moving the 2 drive cages - Corsair allowed for lots of hard drives, but they sit right in front of the intake. If you don't need that many HDD spaces, you can move the cages and open up the path for the front fan.

Here's mine for example: kept 1 cage but moved back to not block the intake fan (mines a Bitfenix Spectre Pro):



The stock setup would have another 200mm up top where my rad is.
Are the cages easy to move? I'll be starting on a first build ever in a few weeks and this case really appeals to me. Hopefully, the cages are rather easy to move. I plan to use one SSD for the OS and one HD for storage. At most 2.
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Are the cages easy to move? I'll be starting on a first build ever in a few weeks and this case really appeals to me. Hopefully, the cages are rather easy to move. I plan to use one SSD for the OS and one HD for storage. At most 2.

There's one thumbscrew at the base. If you look closely at my pic, you'll see it at the bottom left corner of the drive cage. That's it. The extra mount is already there at third location.

You can even remove the plastic riser/base left behind after moving the cages, there's 4 screws underneath the case. You'll have to pop off the front bezel to get 2 of them, but that's easy too!
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