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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. gerrynicol New Member

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    here is mine

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    Love the paint job man :toast:
     
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    I can't really say about temps on air because this 470 is like a heater on air. Most will say it's isn't good at all on air, I have never put any good 140mm's on it.

    This 600T looks to be pretty good, out in a few weeks.. Twin 200mm at the top,120mm at the rear, air filters, 4 channel fan controller and the same unreal cable management. Great price. :toast:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139003
     
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    Ya the 600T looks awesome, the design is a bit to bulky and bland imo though.

    Was just watching a review for the case and on the inside it looks like a great case.:)
     
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    This case looks top notch, but I'll be in the market for a full tower. I guess I could always mod more fans into it, but I think Corsair designed the 8/700D to be water cooled as first priority over air cooled.
     
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    :respect: That looks great! :rockout:
     
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    Dark Knight's installed :)
     
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    Lookin' good!
     
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    Just something i wanted to try out.
     
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    JrRacinFan, that rig looks great!
     
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    theres room for 2 rigs in that one Jr haha
     
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    Big inside EH
     
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    Thanks DaveK, I used Satin Black and some Neon Orange paint that was supposed to kinda reflect of light but didn't really do that.:rolleyes: Still I modded white cathodes to look Orange and that helped with the paint job.

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    nice t77
    what is that screen for? some controller?
     
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    Yeah it was an Aerocool touch 2000 fan controller.
     
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    Damn, that's about as clean as it gets.:toast:

    Now go to bed. For the love of God, it's 2am in Ohio!:D

    How do you like it? I've read mixed reviews, mostly about fine tuning fan speeds at lower rpms. But I would still love one.
     
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    It was cool at first and it work well. I just really hated the horizontal view angle, I couldn't just lean over to change the settings because it wasn't visible:wtf:, I would have to look at it straight on and that become very inconvenient for me, so I switched back to a simple knob controller. Oh it also made a beeping noise (when adjusting rpms) that couldn't be turned off.
     
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    Airflow was ok, not great. I just took out the bottom mesh to unblock the bottom fan mounts and threw two 120s in there. Big dif. now with 4 intake fans and two exhaust. Probably going to end up with a lot more dust. I personally hate the standard stacker. Logos on cases really annoy me and that front mesh is unneeded. Plenty of flow from the gap at the bottom of the door. Monolithic is the way to go. CM should make another classy arc-doored, brushed alum case like this but with the airflow of a Haf-X.
     
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    new mousepad

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