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My Daddy built this one for me...

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HOPE YOU LIKE IT. IT IS DEDICATED TO STRIKER36 for my paint theme help, ROGUE1266 for the AWESOME DONOR CASE (Corsair 600t, and the Artist of RADIO-ACTIVE in Pelham AL for my Graphix. They all had a roll in making this case, Mod and Design Possible. Thanks all of you but especially to Rogue1266.

MOD STORY

UnBoxing the Case.

Started MODDING the First Night.

Graphix Concepts and INSTALL.

Window and Vent CUT OUT.

Window and Vent Prep, Prime and Paint.


Window Install

Vent MOD Finished

Computer INSTALL and Power UP Night Pictures.

PAINTING TOUCH UPS

CPU COOLER REVISION
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post #22 of 33
Really nice man....
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post #23 of 33
Teen or Not, Its aesthetics. Im going with the Red,Black, White Theme. With the Sleeved cables later on...

To each their own... I rather pay 20 bucks to have it professionally done and 1000rpm fan rather than the Black Graphite edition that come with 800rpm fans and without side panel with and mesh option..

Do the math, a Regular Graphite edition is 149.99+ 29.99+tax/shipping=.... for the Window Option....

I've owned the 800D sold that, Bought the 650D, then about to sell that, and Now wanting 2 600T...

Im 26, teen or not, Haters will be haters.
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I recently had the pleasure of doing a build for a customer using the 600T case and found it to be a great case. 6 hard drive bays vs. the 5 you usually see, tool-less where it should be, screws where its needed (I hate pci slots that use plastic to secure cards), push removal for fan filter, basically a lot of smart design decisions.
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I recently had the pleasure of doing a build for a customer using the 600T case and found it to be a great case. 6 hard drive bays vs. the 5 you usually see, tool-less where it should be, screws where its needed (I hate pci slots that use plastic to secure cards), push removal for fan filter, basically a lot of smart design decisions.
Thanks man, that's what I was going for. Every case I spec out, I try and make it easy to build in first and foremost.
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Thanks man, that's what I was going for. Every case I spec out, I try and make it easy to build in first and foremost.
Good stuff... Would love more Special editions thought *wink* *wink*... But great layout of every case so far... Owned all of them, except waiting on the SE to be shipped out to ATL right now. Thanks again also.
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post #27 of 33
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Thanks man, that's what I was going for. Every case I spec out, I try and make it easy to build in first and foremost.
I love the build quality on your cases and all the features / cable management, you guys should look into desiging a case featured around air cooling imo
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I love the build quality on your cases and all the features / cable management, you guys should look into desiging a case featured around air cooling imo
Haha, you will be pleasantly surprised by the white 600T and 650D performance I hope.

We're definitely looking at aircooling - to a degree I think most of our competitors can't or don't. It takes a long time to develop a case - the 600T was in development for over a year before it launched last summer. The 650D was a bit quicker because it used the 600T skeleton.

But some of the testing we're doing is showing that the brute-force method of cooling (tons of fans) is one valid approach, but another approach might also be worthwhile. Our goal is to have products for each customer at each price point, but we've only got 3 cases in the market right now (four if you count the white 600T as a separate case) compared to our competitors with 20 or 30. We have some growing to do.

We have stuff launching later this year that's been in development for over a year already, and I already have stuff on the roadmap for 2012 and 2013. Including refreshes of cases we haven't even launched yet.

But this is how the business has to work.

I launch the 600T, look at your feedback, and roll that feedback into future cases. So the cases launching later this year already incorporate feedback I've gotten from this very forum on our other cases. Stuff like "let me mount 120mm fans in the front" or "make it out of pure awesome" are on the list.
post #29 of 33
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Haha, you will be pleasantly surprised by the white 600T and 650D performance I hope.

We're definitely looking at aircooling - to a degree I think most of our competitors can't or don't. It takes a long time to develop a case - the 600T was in development for over a year before it launched last summer. The 650D was a bit quicker because it used the 600T skeleton.

But some of the testing we're doing is showing that the brute-force method of cooling (tons of fans) is one valid approach, but another approach might also be worthwhile. Our goal is to have products for each customer at each price point, but we've only got 3 cases in the market right now (four if you count the white 600T as a separate case) compared to our competitors with 20 or 30. We have some growing to do.

We have stuff launching later this year that's been in development for over a year already, and I already have stuff on the roadmap for 2012 and 2013. Including refreshes of cases we haven't even launched yet.

But this is how the business has to work.

I launch the 600T, look at your feedback, and roll that feedback into future cases. So the cases launching later this year already incorporate feedback I've gotten from this very forum on our other cases. Stuff like "let me mount 120mm fans in the front" or "make it out of pure awesome" are on the list.
one of the problems I find with corsair cases is that they are BIG! corsair really do need a small case to aim at the market!

I've always thought corsair should copy a similar fan blade to the akasa apache for their case fans it would be a nice improvment on sound levels.

Oh and any news on being able to order the 200mm fans yet?

//Sam
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one of the problems I find with corsair cases is that they are BIG! corsair really do need a small case to aim at the market!

I've always thought corsair should copy a similar fan blade to the akasa apache for their case fans it would be a nice improvment on sound levels.

Oh and any news on being able to order the 200mm fans yet?

//Sam
The apache blade design actually produces more noise at similar CFM to the standard blade designs. It looks cool, though.

We are looking into smaller cases, of course.

As for the 200mm fans, it takes some time to get them from our supplier, then boxed up, and stored in our warehouse. My guess is mid May, but I could be off by a couple weeks.

I wouldn't expect them tomorrow or anything.
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