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just got an email from jim at caselabs the M8 cost $360 and to ship it cost $384 which is $744 and that is just insane and i will not pay that much for shipping lol. so there is no cases what so ever i can get the 800D requires a small amount of modding and i dont want to mod because i cant. the NZXT has WAY to much plastic and if i add a RX360 in the roof i lose one 5.25 bay and i need all 3 of them the TJ11 is not that great since it has the motherboard mounted the wrong way which means less space for radiator mounting so i dont like that case. the tj07 has little to no space above the motherboard for a RX360. the cosmos 2 cant support a RX360 in the roof which is a dam shame. so it comes down to no good case for watering besides case labs and well im not paying more for shipping then the case also i need at least 3-4 HDD cages

There are plenty of good case's to use however you cannot have your cake and eat it too. Your at the point in planning a build where you might have to A)spend more than you original wanted to. B) Get to modding!

I have seen many people from AU do some great water builds, some modded some not. I will say I agree with you fully on the $700 for a case.. thats just insane! even if it is half shipping costs.
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post #82 of 96
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i may have to bust out my dremel on the 800d lol do you know where i can get a template for a 240 rad for marking out

ps my dremel still brand new in the box i only bought it cause i thought it looked cool lolz
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i may have to bust out my dremel on the 800d lol do you know where i can get a template for a 240 rad for marking out
ps my dremel still brand new in the box i only bought it cause i thought it looked cool lolz

Your welcome thumb.gif

as long as you have plenty of cutting disk's your fine:)

Good luck!
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there is a xigmatek distributor in AU
http://www.mmt.com.au/search/?category=21CAFT
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post #85 of 96
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just went down to local hardware $46 per cutting disk i almost had a heart attack when i herd the price lol
post #86 of 96
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will i have enough room in the bottom for my Silverstone ST85F Strider 850W and a RX 240 rad in the bottom of the case

this is what i will be buying in 1 week when the dual bay res arrives in stock http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=wish_lists&wlcId=41335&action=wish_lists
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post #88 of 96
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NZXT can but is to small and i cant fit a DVD Drive and my Duel Bay Res
post #89 of 96
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just went down to local hardware $46 per cutting disk i almost had a heart attack when i herd the price lol

You asked for dremel cutting discs right? They dont even come singular as far as I'm aware. Every pack ive ever bought has been in a container of 20+ and was nowhere near $46.
post #90 of 96
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i know right ive seen them on ebay. but not sure what cutting bit i will need ill link the dremel i own http://www.dremel.com/en-au/Tools/Pages/ToolDetail.aspx?pid=1100
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