Case for Watercooling

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by Reality|Bites, Oct 23, 2007.

  1. Reality|Bites

    Reality|Bites Ancient Guru

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    If you could choose any case to have watercooling pre-installed what would you opt for?

    Thinking of buying a full watercooling system(CPU, GPU, NB) from

    www.over-clock.co.uk

    I may not buy it untill next year mind you.
     
  2. weston

    weston Ancient Guru

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    lian-li V2000 or thermaltake armor
     
  3. Grim~

    Grim~ Member

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    gigabyte mercury pro
     
  4. maxfly

    maxfly Ancient Guru

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  5. MoosePower

    MoosePower Master Guru

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    The thermaltake mozart tx would be great for water cooling.
     
  6. G L

    G L Don Juan

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    Gigabyte cases are good because they have 2x 120 mm exhaust. A 240mm radiator could be mounted internally or even externally since there are holes in the case for tubing too. But if you want a 360 mm radiator or even two radiators, then there really isn't a good case for it except those mountain mod cases. If taking a dremal to is an option then many of your larger cases will do fine.
     

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