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post #18211 of 18241 (permalink) Old 11-06-2017, 07:45 AM
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Thanks to Corsairs EU Shop i have given my 730T a new look with a 760t (updated handle) window panel!



I will be changing the GPU cooler (a "modded" accelero twin turbo III) for a EVGA Hybrid cooler wednesday.

I'm also thinking of changing the CPU cooler to a Corsair AIO like a H115i series or a H100i GTX V2.. But i'm not really sure about that yet. This cooler is amazing, very fast to take off and clean, super quiet and never gets above 60c in game..

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post #18212 of 18241 (permalink) Old 11-06-2017, 01:07 PM
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Looks pretty sweet. That was definitely worth I for the improved appearance.
I'm wondering what's upgraded about the handle/latch? I don't think my case had the upgrade, but I haven't noticed any issue with the one it's got now.

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post #18213 of 18241 (permalink) Old 11-17-2017, 05:47 AM
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here is my Modded 230T
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Looks awesome man. Nice job.

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post #18215 of 18241 (permalink) Old 12-27-2017, 11:00 PM
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Hasn't been much posted in here in a while. I'm still loving my 600T and recently performed a few upgrades. Here it was:



And here it is now:







Alternatively with the LED strip off:




I now went from a Cooler Master 120mm AIO cooler to a Corsair H100i V2. I Really liked the look of the NZKT Kraken x52 but not the software used to control it. I do like the look of Corsair's block as well, even if it's not quite as "cool". One issue I did have was the back plate being loose on the motherboard, and overall kinda cheap compared to the CM back plate. I used the washers it came with for the screws to remove the play. So far it works well and Temps have dropped a bit, not that they were warm before. I just like the look better. biggrin.gif

I replaced the fans. I kept the theme white and bought Thermaltake Riing 12 Series 120mm fan for the exhaust and a Thermaltake Luna 20 200mm fan for the intake. It's a fair bit thicker than the stock fans, but fits no problem since there's HDD no cages at the front. Finally, I bought a white LED strip that's actually powered by USB and only cost $6, probably because it wasn't listed for PC lighting ot it would have been like $20 tongue.gif I just paralleled the USB 3 cable out of the back and plugged it into a part next to it.

Finally, I got a mnpctech acrylic side panel, which I absolutely love. Super high quality and fits perfectly. It is a dust magnet, and my house is quite dusty with 4 cats. I'm planning to get an end table to bring it off the floor so that hopefully less dust will be ingested, and so that I can better admire it. biggrin.gif

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post #18217 of 18241 (permalink) Old 12-28-2017, 10:22 AM
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Wow guys, both of those builds look great. We see that the 600T is still a great case even though it's a little long in the tooth now. It still has all the great features that make Corsair cases so sweet. Love the new fans and AIO cooler. Really looks awesome.

Then we see what can be done with a newer 230T as well. Love the fans and the white tubing, and the green lighting is an unusual choice that really stands out. The amazing mods to the front bezel and the side panel are a real pro job, not to mention the PSU cover. I'm surprised actually. That's a lot of love to show to such an inexpensive case.

Nice job guys.

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Thanks! Yeah, it is older and doesn't have some more modern features like a USB Type-C port on the fron I/O (but then many cases still don't), or a PSU shroud, dedicated SSD mounts (I made my own on top of the HDD cage pedestal), and the front intake should be open inside of perforated with more fan mounting options. Still, at least it has a front mesh intake and not a solid panel choking the fans. I love the way it looks. It's not a nondescript box yet not "gamer" looking, has 5.25" bays which I use, is roomy, and I think was built when Corsair's quality was at it's best. Solid as rock.

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Hi I've just bought a 780T, also a psu cover and a magnetic front dust cover for it. I was thinking about top mounting for the H110i. I was wondering if there is enough clearance room between the motherboard to put 140mm fans on both side of radiator?

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Hi I've just bought a 780T, also a psu cover and a magnetic front dust cover for it. I was thinking about top mounting for the H110i. I was wondering if there is enough clearance room between the motherboard to put 140mm fans on both side of radiator?

I just read through a bunch of posts on Corsair's forums. Several mention that you can install a push pull rad in the top without any issues.

Btw, that case has a front dust filter built-in. Also, the front bezel is plastic, so your filter may not work at all unless you manage to put it inside somehow or between the bezel and the metal chassis. The front filter can easily be removed and cleaned, as is the case for most high-end Corsair cases.

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