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    News - Enermax intros new water cooling friendly chassis: the Fulmo ST

    Offers an “aesthetically meshed” front and “a chic, full-cover acrylic side panel”.
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    Re: News - Enermax intros new water cooling friendly chassis: the Fulmo ST

    not bad but I would prefer a fan space in the window myself to help with gpu cooling

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    Re: News - Enermax intros new water cooling friendly chassis: the Fulmo ST

    dfour: as it is a watercooling case I guess the idea is you should WC your GPU!

    It looks a nice case but who needs that many HD cages?

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    Re: News - Enermax intros new water cooling friendly chassis: the Fulmo ST

    Quote Originally Posted by cjs150 View Post
    dfour: as it is a watercooling case I guess the idea is you should WC your GPU!

    It looks a nice case but who needs that many HD cages?
    hehe, I have 7 hard drives in my desk top at the moment 2 SSD's for OS, 2 for Games and 3 storage drives

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    Re: News - Enermax intros new water cooling friendly chassis: the Fulmo ST

    Quote Originally Posted by cjs150 View Post
    dfour: as it is a watercooling case I guess the idea is you should WC your GPU!

    It looks a nice case but who needs that many HD cages?
    LMAO I have been water cooled since the athlon durons where first released so yes I do water cool my 6990 but a little more air in the case and also over the hot card and block never helps.

    Yes I also have 2 ssd and 2 hds for storage and games so they could be useful.

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