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

  1. t77snapshot

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    Nice! :)

    I saw a sneak peak of this case on CES 2011 (2 minutes in), accept the model they showed had a mesh window instead. I like that more white cases are becoming available on the market. I like this new version of the 600T, I just hope they dont jack up the price for this one.
     
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    That white 600T might convince me to get rid of my techstation. That thing is sweeeeeeeeeet!
     
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    I found room for another radiator. Just waiting on my mounting kit for my Accelero Xtreme now.

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    here is a pic of my system :p not as nice as the water cooling rig i've seen here but still its all mince :p

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    IS 2X 480mm rads enough?

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    Am tempted to try fit a 240 down the bottom, :p
    Just gotta find somewhere else for another! :roll:
     
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    i got room for one or two rads in my case, i'll feed them and groom them and everything.
     
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    haha, if i tried i could probably get 2 480s and 2 140s into my case...
    but that would require a lot of modding!
     
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    Flipped my fans around on my H50.

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    Bought an el cheapo case and CPU cooler (CM Hyper 101) for my girlfriend today and rebuilt her system, turned out quite nice. Case set me back 23.00 AUD and the cooler was 25.00 AUD.

    Q6600 2.4ghz
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    I guess it is kind of our media center as well, I'd have bought a HTPC case but I can't afford one at the moment :).

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    Just completed a gamer with a LianLi PC-P50...

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    great PC for a HTPC/secondary gamer, pity about the idle power consumption tho. be too high for regular / 24/7 HTPC use.
     
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    Hooray for living in a dusty house, I cleaned out the heatsink and fans a month ago :shadedshu

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    Get some pantyhose, and make some fan filters :p cheap and effective :D
     
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    Fixed the cable management a bit, still would like to hide some more cables, i decided to switch from stock to my Megahalems for now, but i plan to switch over to my H50 instead:

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    Empty CD rack lol... nice parts in there. My wife's rig didn't even get a Quad core(e5200).


    Nice man! Love the rig.

    Love the heatsink upgrade. Bet temps are much better.
     
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    I'm thinking you'll do better with the Megahalems. I've read a of cooler reviews, and it is at or near the top of most lists out there. Seems very impressive, and not too big either.
     
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