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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenvalley View Post
    The fit between the 600T itself and the NZXT cage is bafflingly perfect. The legs of the cage clears the floor's screws perfectly, while lining up against the edge of the motherboard tray with a perfectly positioned fold.

    Biggest issue was actually finding a way to poke the drill at the right place. It took a lot of tries to get the drill lined up with the absolutely non-existent margin...

    Almost like it was planned that way......................................... /mindblown
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    Honestly it's probably just a side effect of the fact that they made it to fit the original hard drive cage, which was obviously of very similar dimensions since hard drives themselves don't change sizes from one chassis to another.

    I wanted to use the NZXT one over the 600T's original ones because the NZXT Switch 810's got this cover on the front, so it's not advertising its contents.

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    What WC setup are you using on the 600T? I was flipping thru your imgur album, its a really clean setup.
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    Just moved to South Korea so I had to take apart most of the computer for the shipping. Decided to rebuild it using white tubing instead of clear. Turned out looking good imo. Not a super clean build as far as the cable management but I don't really worry about it to much to be honest.











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    I want that sidepanel.

    /Drool

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    Quote Originally Posted by at05gt View Post
    What WC setup are you using on the 600T? I was flipping thru your imgur album, its a really clean setup.
    The WC setup is almost entirely different between the two 600T builds. The old one used this IIRC:
    Alphacool 360 ST30 & 240 UT45 radiators.
    Laiing DDC pump w/ Koolance top & res.
    Waterblocks EK Supremacy (plexi/copper) & FC-680 CSQ.
    For tubing I used Tygon 1/2" ID tubing, Alphacool "Fat Boy" for fittings.

    In the pictures just earlier, it uses a pretty notably different setup:
    Koolance 11fpi 120 + 240 radiators.
    Laiing D5 pump & EK X-res top/res combo.
    EK Supremacy full nickel + FC-7970-DCII.

    The specs of the PC itself also changed some, although it's mostly the same.

    Originally it was:
    i5 2500k
    P8Z77-V Deluxe
    Vengeance LP 8GB (2x4GB, 1600MHz @ 1.5v)
    GTX 680
    Force 3 240 GB
    AX 750
    600T

    Things that changed:
    GTX 680 has been replaced with the HD 7970 DCII Top. The SSD is now in my laptop. Instead, the PC uses my other (identical) SSD. I also added a Spinpoint F3 1TB from my first build.

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    Looks good Sweetleader.

    Drunkenvalley: both setups look good. I'm jealous, wish I could afford better parts.
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    Thanks fellas. The side panels have some vinyl stickers I bought from the Valve store. Something small that looks real good imo.
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    Beautiful build sweetleader!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennadrel View Post
    I got my new desk setup, loads of space on it now
    Love the beer bottles on the floor not far from the desk... I just cleaned a load of them off my desk in fact!
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    anyone want doughnuts? i hear there is a great shop in Vancouver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennadrel View Post
    I got my new desk setup, loads of space on it now

    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c1...4E76A7414E.jpg
    Looks like no room to spread your legs without hitting some lower part of the desk. >_<

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc View Post
    Looks like no room to spread your legs without hitting some lower part of the desk. >_<
    That can easily be rectified if I so wish. I can remove the surface that my subwoofer is sitting on by unscrewing two screws. The board sits on two brackets which have holes in them just below the support bar so they can be removed and even adjusted as need. Dunno why I put the keyboard tray in though, oh well it keeps the Wii U out of sight

    Also, I prefer to have my arms extended when I am gaming, I don't need to sit right up against my desk.

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    Fair enough.

    Yeah I ended up taking out my keyboard tray and this little riser thingy on the right side of my desk.

    Still not totally happy with it. I want to replace it.

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    Makes me glad I have a huge monster of a desk, with a giant lower shelf I can rest my legs on.
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    Forgot to post some pics of my case now that I have two GPU's

    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c1...C9D34A3E01.jpg
    http://s27.beta.photobucket.com/user...tml?sort=3&o=2

    Main card is a Gigabyte Windforce HD 7850 OC, second card is a Sapphire Dual X HD 7850, both 2GB cards. Games run like butter with this setup

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    ALL THE PIXELS.
    I would imagine the hydro bill running all that stuff is quite a bit eh? Looks awesome though, albeit messy

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    i still kick ass with my 6670

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rennadrel View Post
    Forgot to post some pics of my case now that I have two GPU's

    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c1...C9D34A3E01.jpg
    http://s27.beta.photobucket.com/user...tml?sort=3&o=2

    Main card is a Gigabyte Windforce HD 7850 OC, second card is a Sapphire Dual X HD 7850, both 2GB cards. Games run like butter with this setup
    Give me some cable ties and I would go to hell & back with that rig, doing some justice to that Seasonic PSU :P
    Also some color-matching sata cables wouldn't hurt (all black of course) but that's just me, I have a sheer dislike of cables...even in my own rig. If everything in my house could be connected/powered wirelessly I would so do it. That's right, wireless power!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuvial View Post
    Give me some cable ties and I would go to hell & back with that rig, doing some justice to that Seasonic PSU :P
    Also some color-matching sata cables wouldn't hurt (all black of course) but that's just me, I have a sheer dislike of cables...even in my own rig. If everything in my house could be connected/powered wirelessly I would so do it. That's right, wireless power!
    Yeah, I am going to get longer SATA cables and some extensions for my fan cables and such, I just haven't had time to get them ordered.

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