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post #11 of 96
well as an owner of 800d, i can say that this case not just made for water cooling, it is made to last for next 5-10 years.
The space you getting is outrages. The ability to simply unscrew bottom hard drive slots and insert second 240 loop with 360 loop on the top is like a dream
And cable management at the back with in counted airflow thought the back of the case is a huge advantage. High legs
and the amount of staff u can staffed it with is just unspeakable *there is a compensation for extra PCI e slot,
if manufacture put it at the edge of the board u still have space to but double deck card due to extra space between MOBO and casing
did I said IT IS PURE AWESOME?
post #12 of 96
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the cosmos 2 has way to much plastic

also i thought the 800d needed modding for a 240 rad in the bottom
post #13 of 96
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Originally Posted by kieran13 View Post

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

not a problem in 800d 4 hotswaps with 2 extra that can be removed at the bottom
post #14 of 96
Thread Starter 
the 800d was my first choice but i dint pick it cause i thought it required modding for the 240 rad in the bottom
post #15 of 96
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Originally Posted by kieran13 View Post

the cosmos 2 has way to much plastic
also i thought the 800d needed modding for a 240 rad in the bottom

yes and no, for the best performance you can cut it, or just use bolts to create legs to rise it a bottom
you will still have a lot air to come and a place to go, due to the conect whole to the back of the case
post #16 of 96
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Originally Posted by kieran13 View Post

the cosmos 2 has way to much plastic
also i thought the 800d needed modding for a 240 rad in the bottom

it does need modding
post #17 of 96
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Originally Posted by kieran13 View Post

yer only problem is getting them in aus

What sites do you shop? Maybe we could pick out some options from those?
post #18 of 96
Thread Starter 
why cant corsair just modify the 800d slightly so it can just support the 240 without modding
post #19 of 96
Thread Starter 
PCCaseGear
www.pccasegear.com

Scorp Tech
http://www.scorptec.com.au/

Ebay lolz

Water Cooling Mods
www.gammods.com.au
post #20 of 96
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Originally Posted by Methos07 View Post

it does need modding

for the best,however, you can just lift it in air, by bolts, there are a lot of ait at the bottom, but in sted of facing fans bto put on top and as intake
first the 140mm fan will help secondly it will give partly to PSuto toss it and soem to the case inside to main chamber
or removing HDD cage called moddign?
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