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Thank you again , xigmatek is looking really nice, but they are all to expensive.,

 

I'd rather buy something like: Chieftec Big Tower Bravo

 

 

700

 

 

There are few of those on aftermarket.

Though I can't find any review of them... headscratch.gif

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Thank you again , xigmatek is looking really nice, but they are all to expensive.,

I'd rather buy something like: Chieftec Big Tower Bravo


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There are few of those on aftermarket.
Though I can't find any review of them... headscratch.gif

That one is only 540mm deep. The rad is 110mm too long, unless you decide to turn the rad on its side.
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 Just let me quote myself ;)

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I'm currently looking for a new case, one that would be big enough to hold the bigger rad on it's side, either vertically or horizontally, something that would fit best. :)

 

The new rad dimensions are: 65x43x2.4 cm.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Sub'd for extreme rad.
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I'm back :)

Sorry to keep you waiting that long, had to do some stuff on university and in my other projects.

I'm still looking for a bigger case in reasonable price, for this new bigger rad, to fit it on the side.
Rad dimensions are 65 x 43 cm.

Anyone knows where I can find something for that radiator?

Is there a catalogue with pc cases, where I could filter them by dimensions?

 

Please help.

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Here is the monster I've been using no complaints except the cheese built in fan controller was junk

http://www.enermaxusa.com/case_eca1092ag-bl.php
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So I've found this: Chieftec Dragon DA-01BD-U-OP on aftermarket.

 

It perfectly would match radiator if mounted vertically. Does anyone know any alternative to this?

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Just bought that case. It's in terrible shape, but I'm working on it. Below are some pics of how I'm going to attach the radiator.

 

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I love big old cases. I'm in the first stages of modding/building a big old case that has that same type of layout/size. I'm just going air cooling thou... I'm going to sub this thread. I like it when new ideas crop up XD
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Not everything handles the universal solvent very well.
I wonder how the air tubing and O' rings will hold up in contact with water.
The push fitings have some type of spring loading and grip. What's that made out of?

I looked at doing something similar with a Derale 13205 Series 7000 Transmission Oil Cooler ($42.95).
I could not tell if it was all brass or if the barbed ends were aluminum.
It would have easily mounted on the side of my Raven02E case.
Anyway, If I did it I would just buy a MORA 3.
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