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    Case for Watercooling

    Yepp,

    I`m searching for a new case.
    It should be big enough to house a watercooling.
    Any recommendations ?

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    I had water cooling in a Silverstone TJ-05 i think it was, and it was awesome, had room to fit a massive radiaitor in the drive bays and cut 120mm fans out for the top. That was like 2 years ago, im not sure of decent cases now.

    Just google for some, and size em up.

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    G70
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    G70
    do you have a link to it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzen View Post
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    Clunks case is nice, but it costs a Hydrogen bomb...

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    Its about 140 ish. He didnt say how much he wanted to spend though
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    The G70 looks good.

    Price doesn`t matter.
    But what I want is a case where I can fit a watercooling without doing any work on the case itself.

    Like fixing the radiator, pump,... inside the case, without drilling any holes.

    From what I can see, the G70 is a good option, if you are able to exchange the cooler on the back side with for ex. the radiator.

    What about case who have watercooling already fitted inside ?

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    You need to do some work on the G70 for it to be any good for watercooling, to be honest. The reason that it is good for watercooling, is that you can fit a triple rad in the top, without it using all the room up, and theres not a lot of cases that you can do that with.

    You can get places like over-clock.co.uk to sell you a case and also cut the holes for the radiator fans etc, I think its about £12 per 120mm fan hole (ish).

    Edit: over-clock also sell pre-modded v2000 cases.
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    Coolermaster s4000 sx-1...

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    thanks, I will have a look

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    Lian Li G70B Black Full Case Triple Hole Cut *B Grade*


    I think its about £12 per 120mm fan hole (ish).
    saves £36ish

    End up like this:
    Last edited by Supershanks; 15-03-2007 at 05:51 PM.

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    CM Stackers definately up there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supershanks View Post
    That is a very good price, if that scratch on the top is all that is wrong with it. I would get them to do some other close ups as they did mine and didnt even mention the scratches!
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    Quote Originally Posted by s_kinton View Post
    CM Stackers definately up there
    agreed my stacker is huge and fits all of my watercooling kit and more
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