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Originally Posted by The Master Chief;12680135 
I doubt you do... ^^^

and for that matter I doubt the shield even works, its just a marketing thing. I like it though biggrin.gif

Exactly what I was thinking, the look goes well with the build I have in Process.
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Just use the built in fan controller on the 600T. It has 4 3-pin connectors on it powered by a 4-pin molex. The Sabertooth P67 does have plenty of fan headers if you'd rather use those for some reason.
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Does the power supply I'm about to purchase (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256068) have the required connections to hook up those case fans?

Also, I heard some people saying that if a fan is bigger than 80mm then it shouldn't be hooked up to the mobo as that would burn the mobo. But maybe these new mobos can handle larger fans? Anyone know for sure what's going on?

Thanks guys!
Edited by mrwalker - 3/10/11 at 9:47am
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by mrwalker;12681719 
Does the power supply I'm about to purchase (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817256068) have the required connections to hook up those case fans?

The power supply is more than enough. You going to use molex connectors to hook up the fan to the PSU.
Check to see if the 600T comes with molex to 3/4pin fan connectors, or do they come with the PSU.
If you need on for cheap, let me know.

Also, I heard some people saying that if a fan is bigger than 80mm then it shouldn't be hooked up to the mobo as that would burn the mobo. But maybe these new mobos can handle larger fans? Anyone know for sure what's going on?

Thanks guys!

Don't listen to those fan size claims. It comes down to how noisy the fan with be a full rpm, whether the motherboard or PSU would be the best solution to power the fans. Fans operate up to 12V, which todays motherboards support. The larger fans aren't noisy so they don't need to be controled(unless you're looking for silence), mainly because the 600T has average cooling.

As for the CPU cooler used, if you use a tower the Prolimatech, they recommend a 50mm fan to be mounted on the board. The shield keeps the board very cool, cooler than my previous R3E and R3G motherboards. Temps are in the 23-27C range.

My current PC is by far the coolest(in temps) PC I've ever owned.
Edited by WorldExclusive - 3/10/11 at 9:59am
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Don't listen to those fan size claims. It comes down to how noisy the fan with be a full rpm, whether the motherboard or PSU would be the best solution to power the fans. Fans operate up to 12V, which todays motherboards support. The larger fans aren't noisy so they don't need to be controled(unless you're looking for silence), mainly because the 600T has average cooling.

As for the CPU cooler used, if you use a tower the Prolimatech, they recommend a 50mm fan to be mounted on the board. The shield keeps the board very cool, cooler than my previous R3E and R3G motherboards. Temps are in the 23-27C range.

My current PC is by far the coolest(in temps) PC I've ever owned.

I take it your running with the recommended 50mm fan then? How much do you think it cooled your mobo by?

I'm thinking of going with a high quality top mount cooler to eliminate the loud 50mm, or a tower cooler and forgetting about the 50mm all together if its a small amount of heat diffrence.
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post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by WorldExclusive;12681810 
Don't listen to those fan size claims. It comes down to how noisy the fan with be a full rpm, whether the motherboard or PSU would be the best solution to power the fans. Fans operate up to 12V, which todays motherboards support. The larger fans aren't noisy so they don't need to be controled(unless you're looking for silence), mainly because the 600T has average cooling.

As for the CPU cooler used, if you use a tower the Prolimatech, they recommend a 50mm fan to be mounted on the board. The shield keeps the board very cool, cooler than my previous R3E and R3G motherboards. Temps are in the 23-27C range.

My current PC is by far the coolest(in temps) PC I've ever owned.
The 600T comes with two 200mm fans and one 120mm fan. Will I be able to hook up all of those to the Silverstone Strider ST1000-G?

Until now I've always hooked fans to the motherboard but the fans used in older cases were much smaller (80mm and below). I've never hooked up a fan to the power supply, and am not sure how to go about it. I guess when the case and power supply arrive, I'll be able to figure out how to hook them up. In the meantime, any helpful tips are welcome.
post #17 of 21
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The 600T comes with two 200mm fans and one 120mm fan. Will I be able to hook up all of those to the Silverstone Strider ST1000-G?

Until now I've always hooked fans to the motherboard but the fans used in older cases were much smaller (80mm and below). I've never hooked up a fan to the power supply, and am not sure how to go about it. I guess when the case and power supply arrive, I'll be able to figure out how to hook them up. In the meantime, any helpful tips are welcome.

The 600T has a built in fan controller with 4 3-pin fan connectors and 4-pin molex power input. Plug the fans into the fan controller, plug the power supply into the power input. No need to make it more complicated than that.
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The 600T has a built in fan controller with 4 3-pin fan connectors and 4-pin molex power input. Plug the fans into the fan controller, plug the power supply into the power input. No need to make it more complicated than that.
So do I plug the molex cables from the power supply into the fan controller or how exactly do I hook up the fan controller to the power supply?
post #19 of 21
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So do I plug the molex cables from the power supply into the fan controller or how exactly do I hook up the fan controller to the power supply?

Exactly. There is one molex power input on the controller which you plug one of the molex connectors from your power supply into.
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It's easy then. Thanks!
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