The 600T is a great case. I've had one for around eight months now and my complaints (minor) are as follows.
1. Weak fan controller. 0.5A per channel max unless you want to blow it up, even then no guarantees.
2. Lame USB 3.0 pass through cable instead of a 20 pin MB hookup.
3. It didn't come with a free bag of chips.
That's pretty much it. And the first complaint is really minor since Corsair has great customer service and good warranties. You may also consider a 500R if you're into air cooling, its supposed to have improved airflow over the 600T and is probably preferrable if you don't plan on mounting radiators inside your case (looks cooler IMO too).
Still hard to figure the power supply I need... Some says 850, some says 1000 and more... I guess I should go for a 1000W to be "future proof" just in case I need it later. I think it is better to pay 50$ more now instead of 250$ later. Extra power wont hurt but might be useful in the future. I will go either with Corsair HX1050 or something else from Antec or another good brand. AX1200 might be too much for my need, I don't want to overpay for nothing.
87ninefiveone: thanks for the comments on your case. I will go for this one if it is in my budget or go with the lower version 400r or even the haf922 to save 50-75$. They seem to do a great job also.
Funny how the Corsair has the most feed back and highest review rating on newegg out of all the 1000W PSU you suggest.
I guess it is always personal taste or personal experience. The reviews by users from sites like tigerdirect, ncix, newegg, amazon, etc. were very good for this product, same thing about the reviews from tech site. But I'm not a pro and that's why I asked the question here
TotalKnowledge: Thanks for the suggestions. There are many solutions around 200$ but the only brands that I have recommendations for are Corsair and Antec. For the others, I don't know which one is good and which one I should stay away. I'm trying to go with the list of the recommended power supply for the video card (from the AMD website) and that is 80plus silver or gold and Crossfire.
What do you guys think about XFX? Thermaltake? CoolerMaster?