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post #21 of 32 Old 06-11-2010, 02:09 PM
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Both can be used for water if you decide to go down that path, I was looking at both of those as I was building my loop.

I would go with the Lian Li as well, as others have said in this thread, Lian Li quality is pretty top notch.


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why dont you do a poll...
btw lian li is the best..

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Go cooler master its a more sturdy case

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When you compare sheer quality, the Lian Li will take the cake.


Yeah, the ATCS840 "looks better" from pictures, but until you actually own a lian li, you won't understand lol.


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The ATCS 840 is the better choice for air cooling and water cooling. It is also cheaper and has better cable management. Get the ATCS 840.

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Let me put it this way. Either case will do what you like, and meet or surpass pretty much all expectations you currently have.

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Ye i love the look of both the cases. Currently own a cosmo and antec p182 which are not really showy and hide everything which i like. Just sleek straight lines.

Cable Management wise they both look identical in that field except for one whole on the top right of the 840 mobo tray. But they both have a similiar design in the way the mobo is being held with large openings all the way around. Which doesnt hide cables to well. But they will be out of the way for Air flow.

But i am right in assuming the top of the Lian Li can be changed for a top with opening for fans if i ever wanted to put a rad up there correct? I dont plan on WC any time this year but you never know get random itch to build something for my Pcs anyways.

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Ye i love the look of both the cases. Currently own a cosmo and antec p182 which are not really showy and hide everything which i like. Just sleek straight lines.

Cable Management wise they both look identical in that field except for one whole on the top right of the 840 mobo tray. But they both have a similiar design in the way the mobo is being held with large openings all the way around. Which doesnt hide cables to well. But they will be out of the way for Air flow.

But i am right in assuming the top of the Lian Li can be changed for a top with opening for fans if i ever wanted to put a rad up there correct? I dont plan on WC any time this year but you never know get random itch to build something for my Pcs anyways.



Yes.

http://www.lian-li.com/v2/en/product...index=74&num=1

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