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Hey guys looking for a new case i like the 800D but i really want to have a RX360 rad and a RX240 rad with no modding and ive looked at those XSPC case and they are just an eye saw if anyone here knows of a case they can support a RX360 and a RX240 plzzzzz let me know im willing to spend 500-600 if need be
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Hey guys looking for a new case i like the 800D but i really want to have a RX360 rad and a RX240 rad with no modding and ive looked at those XSPC case and they are just an eye saw if anyone here knows of a case they can support a RX360 and a RX240 plzzzzz let me know im willing to spend 500-600 if need be

Have you checked out CaseLabs here on OCN? I owned their M8 and without a doubt one of the best cases ever made, not to mention it is watercooling friendly (built with watercooling in mind, actually).

Check them out. They're within your price range and have several models available, from "double-wide" cases to single-wide.
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Forgot to say im in Australia
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i do believe you can get mountain mods cases in Australia.
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The Xigmatek Elysium can do it for about 200 USD if you are on a budget. If not get one of those beastly watercooling cases mentioned above thumb.gif
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yer only problem is getting them in aus
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Hey guys looking for a new case i like the 800D but i really want to have a RX360 rad and a RX240 rad with no modding and ive looked at those XSPC case and they are just an eye saw if anyone here knows of a case they can support a RX360 and a RX240 plzzzzz let me know im willing to spend 500-600 if need be

There's plenty that are both aesthetically pleasing and large enough for dual radiators.

Most Lian Li full towers allow for triple radiators to be fitted up top with an aftermarket top. They also accept 280mm radiator upfront. Check the A77F, A71, A70, etc.

Silverstone also offers the TJ07 and TJ11 that accept can accept a quad and dual if I'm not mistaken(?)
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i was thinking about the TJ11 and if i added a 360 or 480 rad in the bottom i would not be able to use the HDD cages and i currently have a SSD and 3x 2TB HDD
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