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well can u give me some advice, cause im a wc newbie, do you think the Nornal Black Ice Gt's wil fit in the case, or should i go with something else ?
There are no normal GTs'.

There's the GTS and there's the GTX.

I'm using the GTS (240mm GTS X-Flow, 120mm GTS) I don't see how any other radiator will fit in there.
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There are no normal GTs'.

There's the GTS and there's the GTX.

I'm using the GTS (240mm GTS X-Flow, 120mm GTS) I don't see how any other radiator will fit in there.
Ah okay, thats clears it up for me, That Blakc Ice GT stealths will fit "epicly"
is the Xflow Thinner then the Normal version, or would you reccomend the xflow over the other 240 rad ?
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Ah okay, thats clears it up for me, That Blakc Ice GT stealths will fit "epicly"
is the Xflow Thinner then the Normal version, or would you reccomend the xflow over the other 240 rad ?
Yep.

The X-flow is exactly the same thickness as the GTS (it's actually an X-Flow GTS)

but it's much neater as you see. If you use the normal 240mm GTS, your tube will travel across your motherboard. I'm not sure if the same can be done with 1/2" tubing.

I suspect not as the 1/2" compression would be too large for the top radiator. (the X-Flow one)

I'm using 1/4" ID, 3/8" OD tubing btw.
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I would not use any of the radiators being mentioned here. For the fans you will be using the XSPC RS240 is a better (and cheaper!) option for you. I have one and it fits very nicely into a 600T.

An MCR220 would also be a good option.
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Yep.

The X-flow is exactly the same thickness as the GTS (it's actually an X-Flow GTS)

but it's much neater as you see. If you use the normal 240mm GTS, your tube will travel across your motherboard. I'm not sure if the same can be done with 1/2" tubing.

I suspect not as the 1/2" compression would be too large for the top radiator. (the X-Flow one)

I'm using 1/4" ID, 3/8" OD tubing btw.
Xflow looks ince indeed, think that will be the one

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I would not use any of the radiators being mentioned here. For the fans you will be using the XSPC RS240 is a better (and cheaper!) option for you. I have one and it fits very nicely into a 600T.

An MCR220 would also be a good option.
What fans will i be using then ? cause i never told that in here ...
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Xflow looks ince indeed, think that will be the one



What fans will i be using then ? cause i never told that in here ...
Oops, got threads confused. In any case, the GTS/GTX series radiators are designed for high speed fans (2000+ RPM) and since most people don't use those I assumed you didn't either.

If you are using 2000+ RPM fans those HW-Labs radiators would be a better choice.
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Oops, got threads confused. In any case, the GTS/GTX series radiators are designed for high speed fans (2000+ RPM) and since most people don't use those I assumed you didn't either.

If you are using 2000+ RPM fans those HW-Labs radiators would be a better choice.
Been using mine with 1 S-Flex 1600RPM and 2 Noctua P12

Heck, I even use the 600T's fan controller to lower their speeds and it really does work fine.
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Xflow looks ince indeed, think that will be the one



What fans will i be using then ? cause i never told that in here ...
Oh, by the way, get some 35mm (or 32mm) M3 screws to go together with it. the 600T uses a rubber washer and that is just a tad too thick for the provided screws.
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Oh, by the way, get some 35mm (or 32mm) M3 screws to go together with it. the 600T uses a rubber washer and that is just a tad too thick for the provided screws.
Ah okay Thanks, got to find them on that site then , but ill see,
i assume u mean the rubber between the fan and the metal mesh, ? therse 4 now with the 200mm.
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Ah okay Thanks, got to find them on that site then , but ill see,
i assume u mean the rubber between the fan and the metal mesh, ? therse 4 now with the 200mm.
yeah. They tend to separate the fan and rad more that what Black Ice's screws can bridge.
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