Dresk Posted December 1, 2010 Share Posted December 1, 2010 I've been an avid TTake case user for the past decade. Nearly all of my air-cooled systems are TTake cases. Many of their cases do have design issues, but one thing TTake has got right, and this is coming from using over 15 of their cases in high-powered computers, is cooling the case with efficient airflow. This typically comes from a top fan, 1 if not 2 rear fans, a front fan, at times bottom fans and, most importantly as of recent, SIDE FANS. Side fans have proven themselves again and again to decrease my VGA temps SIGNIFICANTLY (~3-15C). I recently decided to switch from a TTake to the Corsair 600T case, cited as one made for air cooling. I will not get into details but the case is excellent to work with, YET it lacks a side fan. This lack of fan has directly corresponded to my VGA card having an increase of 8C on average. Corsair, I implore you, release a case side for the 600T that includes a nice fan (240mm seems to be the sweet spot for noise vs. performance). If the 600T receives a side fan, it will easily replace all of my TTake mid-tower builds. An otherwise VERY satisfied Corsair customer, Dresk Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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