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post #11 of 19
FT02 and RV02 are also VERY good option for watercooling with TRIPLE 180mm rad (yes, that is correct triple 180)

check this out. http://www.overclock.net/t/1150056/build-log-silverstone-ft02-540mm-rad-conversion-external-water-chiller-update-first-post-videos
post #12 of 19
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:O. I saw that guy on youtube. It actually looks really nice. Too bad I need to learn to care a lot less about aesthetics. :'c
post #13 of 19
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FT02 and RV02 are also VERY good option for watercooling with TRIPLE 180mm rad (yes, that is correct triple 180)
check this out. http://www.overclock.net/t/1150056/build-log-silverstone-ft02-540mm-rad-conversion-external-water-chiller-update-first-post-videos

the ONLY liquid cooling FT02 i've seen that actually deserve to be in a FT02 is this build it's done so well that i have to make an exception in saying that FT02 is an air cooled only case except this build
post #14 of 19
The TJ11 is better than FT02 if you use a larger motherboard like EATX or XL-ATX or have the graphics card near the bottom slot. FT02 had issues with graphics card bumping into optical drives.
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The TJ11 is better than FT02 if you use a larger motherboard like EATX or XL-ATX or have the graphics card near the bottom slot. FT02 had issues with graphics card bumping into optical drives.

true, but that price is just ridiculus. if it was priced like tj-07... wait, that case is still in sale. tj-07 should be his best choise.
post #16 of 19
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FT02 and RV02 are also VERY good option for watercooling with TRIPLE 180mm rad (yes, that is correct triple 180)
check this out. http://www.overclock.net/t/1150056/build-log-silverstone-ft02-540mm-rad-conversion-external-water-chiller-update-first-post-videos

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post #17 of 19
go with the ft02, if you're anything like me, you'll get bored of a case no matter how cool it looks in 6 months, then when you go to sell it to buy something else, you won't lose as much as you would with something as expensive like a tj11.
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post #18 of 19
if you arent going to watercool, till later I would get a way less expensive case. There are lots of good cases in the 100-200 price range that would better fit your needs.

Bitfenix, and NZXT both make some very good hybrid cases that can be used for either Air or WCing.
post #19 of 19
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true, but that price is just ridiculus. if it was priced like tj-07... wait, that case is still in sale. tj-07 should be his best choise.

TJ07 is bad for air-cooling.
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