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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

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    White/Black
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    Black/black
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post #5841 of 13812
sorry for the posting lol. Its just my pc kinda wants to come out just like yours.
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post #5842 of 13812
Ok, i found my first REAL complaint about the case:
When you remove the metal panel in the top bay (on the BACK where the cables are routed), there should be a small metal piece left over (in the shape of short fan controllers) so that you can secure the right side of a fan controller. I removed that metal piece so i could route cables more easily, and now my fan controller (touch screen) is only secured on one side, so when I use it, it pushes the right side back INTO the drive bay.
Thats like the ONLY thing wrong with this case though
post #5843 of 13812
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Originally Posted by crazyg0od33 View Post

Ok, i found my first REAL complaint about the case:
When you remove the metal panel in the top bay (on the BACK where the cables are routed), there should be a small metal piece left over (in the shape of short fan controllers) so that you can secure the right side of a fan controller. I removed that metal piece so i could route cables more easily, and now my fan controller (touch screen) is only secured on one side, so when I use it, it pushes the right side back INTO the drive bay.
Thats like the ONLY thing wrong with this case though
MOD. Drill some hole and hold it down. The downside to the case for me is the all plastic feeling. Makes it feel cheap but still the best case i have ever built in. Nothing is perfect.
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post #5844 of 13812
Ok, since I haven't seen anyone else do it and I'd like the extra rad space for future gpu upgrades, I went ahead and got the alphacool nexxxos monsta 240 rad.
a531955b.jpg
What do ya think? Massive huh? ^^

Im still waiting on the new coolant that should arrive tomorrow, and I just found out during draining/flushing that my swiftech mcp35x-h reservoir is cracked in 3 different places so I'm either going to have to RMA it or buy another res frown.gif

Any suggestions for a new res? I do like this swiftech one, buy I don't wanna get another that's just going to fail all by itself..
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post #5845 of 13812
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Ok, since I haven't seen anyone else do it and I'd like the extra rad space for future gpu upgrades, I went ahead and got the alphacool nexxxos monsta 240 rad.
a531955b.jpg
What do ya think? Massive huh? ^^

Im still waiting on the new coolant that should arrive tomorrow, and I just found out during draining/flushing that my swiftech mcp35x-h reservoir is cracked in 3 different places so I'm either going to have to RMA it or buy another res frown.gif

Any suggestions for a new res? I do like this swiftech one, buy I don't wanna get another that's just going to fail all by itself..
Crap, that's,assive.
post #5846 of 13812
I didn't even know rads like that existed........
Lol if there is a 120 version of that it would almost be a cube.

As for the res, the Bitspower cylindrical ones are nice.
Also, if you want something a bit more flashy, look at the FrozenQ reses.
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post #5847 of 13812
Also, is your tubing plugged into your psu or is it just me?
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Also, is your tubing plugged into your psu or is it just me?

It's just loose.. he hasn't connected it to the bottom rad yet..
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post #5849 of 13812
Good point doh.gif
post #5850 of 13812
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Originally Posted by mikailmohammed View Post

MOD. Drill some hole and hold it down. The downside to the case for me is the all plastic feeling. Makes it feel cheap but still the best case i have ever built in. Nothing is perfect.

I dont feel like cutting up a lot of the case. I understand why you say that, but the less modding I have to do, the better IMO. I have done mods to this case already so i know I can mod it, I'm just stating my complaint. Just like yours is the plastic feeling. I really dont mind the plastic at all. I think its quite sturdy, and, at least on the white case, you cant really tell its plastic until you touch it, so it doesnt bother me. everyone has different opinions, and modding shouldnt ALWAYS be the answer.
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