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760T vs 750D vs 600T. The pros and cons

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June 8, 2014 5:08:42 PM

So I own a 600T currently but I seeming to regret that purchase seeing as how the 750D was available at the time and with the new 760T out I'm regretting it more.

In my regard to cooling who really has the advantage? I would've thought the side fans on the 600T has the advantage and the 760T and the 600T has the cooling advantage in the front over the 750D because the 750D is kinda 'closed' in the front. However correct me if I'm wrong.

Tell me the pros and cons of this cases and what would've been better in the end? I'm mostly concentrating on the cooling aspect of these cases. I live in the Caribbean so it's kinda a priority
June 8, 2014 5:24:26 PM

I think the 600t has an advantage having the Airflow from the front of the case being open.

I take the cover off my 750D to keep it cool when it's warm.

The 600t would be a good choice because of your location.


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June 8, 2014 5:44:04 PM

hmm I'll note that. What about 760T?
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June 8, 2014 5:49:10 PM

If you like the Window it's a classy looking case with great cooling potential.

The 600t is a little sturdier , the side panel on the 760t is a little flimsy.
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June 8, 2014 5:52:38 PM

I'm using a 760t and I absolutely love it. It does feel a bit flimsy, but unless youre moving your computer around a lot, that shouldn't be much of an issue. I think its the best looking case on the market, and the airflow is great. Also has lots of water cooling potential.
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June 29, 2014 10:30:28 AM

I don't like my 600t that much. love the look of it and the feel but the included fans are pathetic. I have replaced the fan in the front temporally with a 120mm fan £4 off eBay and a homemade adapter, because of the stock fans not pulling in enough air, have you had a look at the nzxt H440, for air flow I think this beast is better.
http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/143-h440-performance...
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July 13, 2014 5:42:08 PM

Hellyer2014 said:
I don't like my 600t that much. love the look of it and the feel but the included fans are pathetic. I have replaced the fan in the front temporally with a 120mm fan £4 off eBay and a homemade adapter, because of the stock fans not pulling in enough air, have you had a look at the nzxt H440, for air flow I think this beast is better.
http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/143-h440-performance...


The airflow in my old H440 was actually pretty terrible. The slits along the sides of the front and top bezel for airflow made my components run at least 10 - 15c hotter.

The 600T isn't really a champion of airflow as well... It doesn't quite move air as well as other cases i've come across (Air 540, C70, 450D)
With the mesh side panel on the 600T, I see a noticeable difference (5-7c Avg.)

As for the 760T, more LC optimized with triple 120-140mm fan mounts on the top guarded by that magnetic cover along with a dual 120-140mm in the front.

My bet would be the 600T with mesh side panel.
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July 14, 2014 9:45:05 AM

Hellyer2014 said:
I don't like my 600t that much. love the look of it and the feel but the included fans are pathetic. I have replaced the fan in the front temporally with a 120mm fan £4 off eBay and a homemade adapter, because of the stock fans not pulling in enough air, have you had a look at the nzxt H440, for air flow I think this beast is better.
http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/143-h440-performance...


that case is terrible for airflow imo with that big front bezel blocking alot of airflow. I'd never buy it. currently I own the 600T with the stock fans and then 4x 120mm Cougar hyperspin fans on the side. I'm thinking of changing the top 200mm fans for 2 more cougar fans. I was just asking because the 600T is said to be considered a full atx case sometimes and so I was wondering if the 750D or 760T would be a good upgrade over it
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July 14, 2014 7:27:36 PM

both the 750D and 760T have their own unique drawbacks, both H440-like in a way.

750D has a panel on the front bezel blocking the dual 120mm fan mount in the front

760T has that magnetic panel on the top, restricting the triple 120mm fan mount.


But yes, either of these cases would be a good upgrade. Each have an attractive window and better radiator mounting solutions than the 600T.

The 600T is wider than normal cases and is exactly as tall as my Enermax Hoplite ST. I'd classify that as mid-tower.
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July 14, 2014 8:03:25 PM

The top panel of the 760t is removable if needed. That's not really a drawback, IMO
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July 14, 2014 9:16:25 PM

Just not as appealing when the top cover is taken off. Would've like to see a grill design like the 600T top bezel.

Recessed enough for fans/radiator while still allowing the grill to remain intact.
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July 14, 2014 10:47:56 PM

BlankInsanity said:
hmm I'll note that. What about 760T?


A nice case but the side panel is a scratch central.
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July 15, 2014 9:34:00 AM

oh wow the 780t looks stellar
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