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  1. Anyone know where or if I can buy new ones? I'm gonna replace the fan in the side-panel and the rubber grommets looks like they're in bad shape. I've looked for spare part sets but those are apparently not sold anymore. If not, just buy some regular 1/16 grommets and use those?
  2. This happened: The rubber mount that's supposed to keep the fan in the side-panel went with the screw. I may have used a bit too much force but I still don't see how that should've happened. What do I do now? I can't use a screw there as they're too small. And I don't like the idea of only using 3.
  3. Hey guys, Let me just get this out of the way. I decided on the 600T for my new PC solely on a few images I've found on Google of the case with a full acrylic side panel. I just loved the way it looked, especially with some tasty water cooling inside and I just had to have it. It wasn't only after I had already owned the case that I started researching into it and found that there doesn't seem to be any sort of cad drawings or sketches out there that would help me and I realized I'd have to do this from scratch. So I've spent the better part of this lazy Sunday measuring, tracing, scanning and drafting in AutoCAD and CREO (it's a good thing I do this sort of thing for a living (some extra loud new retro wave helps too)) and this is where I am right now: http://pic.armedcats.net/i/ic/icebone/2015/11/15/10mm.jpg There's a few snags, though, and they're basically the primary reason why I'm doing this thread ahead of the final build showcase and it's due to the nasty niggle that the original panel is curved towards the left and right edge. In the above image, the panel thickness is 10mm with a 2mm chamfer on each side. As such, in the middle of the panel, it will sit 5mm inside and become flush with the case on the sides. The latch holes have a 3mm bevel to have the latches lie completely flush with the surface. This, however, means that the little hooks on the latches that grab onto the case are now 5mm further in the case than they were before and won't hold the panel in place, as the panel is 5mm thinner at the latch positions. One solution to this would be to make the panel out of 15mm material, making it flush for the most part and where the latches are, but that way it would jut out 5mm at the edges. http://pic.armedcats.net/i/ic/icebone/2015/11/15/15mm.jpg Another solution would be to pad the inside of the case where the latch hooks on. I think there's enough room. Yet another solution, on the other hand, would be to completely ignore the latches and go with another mechanism, such as adhesive magnetic strips and have something like a leather strap on the top to pull the panel off. http://pic.armedcats.net/i/ic/icebone/2015/11/15/no_latches.jpg The part of the case the side panel sits against is steel, so that would work. I had planned on painting the edges (and a bit more) of the inside of the panel black (or something similar to the case's own paint scheme) to hide some of the inside bits like the drive bays, so the magnetic strips wouldn't be visible anyway. Any thoughts on this? Also, has anyone here done this in the past and can shed some light on any other issues that might come up? May thanks! :) I might share the CAD file with the community once I know everything is fine... if that's OK with Corsair...
  4. If you don't have your own Graphite Series 600T mid-tower case, or if you haven't yet had the chance to see one in person, or simply if you're a fan of Jeff Checchi, you'll probably enjoy our new video. Jeff shows off the features and takes off the panels and grilles to show off the goods, and the Special Edition White model makes a guest appearance. Please let us know what you think.
  5. We are pleased to announce the availability of the Graphite Series™ 600T Side Panel with Windowed and Mesh Inserts today. It's actually been on our store for a couple of weeks now, and the enthusiast response could not be better. The default configuration comes with a clear window to allow you to show off all your hardware, but for performance seekers we also include a mesh insert that can be easily swapped out in it's place. The mesh insert can house up to four 120mm fans, and includes rubber grommets on the fan mounts to prevent vibration transfer to the chassis. A lot of people asked for this — when we launched the 600T one of the most common questions was "Will there be a windowed version?" Now we can categorically answer that question. In fact, it's so popular that the Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T will come this way straight out of the box, allowing end users to tweak their case for the best performance and appearance based on their preference. Adding the mesh side panel can really help bring down temps for those of you running multiple high-end GPUs in SLI, and it does so without affecting the clearance for your graphics card and CPU coolers. The reason we built this product was because we heard you all requesting it — so keep the suggestions coming. If we have enough demand for a new product, we have no problem building it.
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