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post #6861 of 18240 (permalink) Old 07-11-2012, 12:23 PM
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post #6862 of 18240 (permalink) Old 07-11-2012, 04:38 PM
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Hi all, Came here to show of my first build.
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Nice job. First build too? Well done.

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Sorry for stealing your thunder Shaun biggrinsmiley.gif

Yeh your right, who uses firewire? Would have much rathered a second USB 3.0 on the front panel, would'nt then have to try and hide a useless cable.

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Can't you just unplug the firewire cable from the fan controller board? I don't use the firewire either, nor the fan controller. I'm pretty sure I removed all the excess cables.

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post #6863 of 18240 (permalink) Old 07-11-2012, 10:34 PM
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Can't you just unplug the firewire cable from the fan controller board? I don't use the firewire either, nor the fan controller. I'm pretty sure I removed all the excess cables.

Good idea..., I give it a try. thumb.gif

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post #6864 of 18240 (permalink) Old 07-12-2012, 05:38 AM
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Got myself a white 600t, loving it and I'll post some pics when It's finished. Having some problems fitting an XSPC RS240 Rad at the top though. The 8 pin atx connector of my Asus Z77 sabertooth mboard is in the way. Any ideas on how I can fit the rad? I guess I either have to mod the 8pin connector in some way, or fit the rad somewhere else : / Neither sounds very easy, it's my first build from scratch.
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Got myself a white 600t, loving it and I'll post some pics when It's finished. Having some problems fitting an XSPC RS240 Rad at the top though. The 8 pin atx connector of my Asus Z77 sabertooth mboard is in the way. Any ideas on how I can fit the rad? I guess I either have to mod the 8pin connector in some way, or fit the rad somewhere else : / Neither sounds very easy, it's my first build from scratch.

What you can do is move the rad closer to the left side of the case you will only get 5 out of 6 screws in but it should work alot of guys do this so that they can do a push/pull because the 8-pin connector and/or memory is in the way.

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Hey everyone,

I need a little help here and i wanted to know if anyone had an answer. I scratched the outside of my 5.25 drive bay and i would like to fix it. So is there a paint out there i can do some touch up with or do have take it completely apart and get it power coated?

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Sweet build you have there. As for touchup paint, when I put my first 600T build together I painted the rear chrome plate and the slot cover on my video card with Dupli-Color Honda Graphite Pearl automotive paint. I couldn't tell the difference between my case and the rear expansion card covers. dupli-color.com

I used spray paint but I bet they have those little bottles of touchup paint too.



This is for the black version but i am sure there is a color close to the white one as well. Your sig says you have an SE so I assume this is not what you are looking for.
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I wake up loving this case more and more everyday <3 thumb.gif

I'm jealous, that white sleeving looks amazing I wish i had a computer as gorgeous as yours.

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post #6869 of 18240 (permalink) Old 07-12-2012, 11:46 PM
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Here's mine after the mod smile.gif entering mod of the month for july so thought i might be able to score some votes tongue.gif

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Hope u like it! Need to paint that noctua fan!

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