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Me too, and there are gonna be some wacky builds out there with some really stupid overkill stuff, and I guess thats what makes owners club fun as you get to see how each individual views the same thing in a different way and come up with some great builds. Air or water alike.

Exactly & I know it will be a flood of build logs. I just can't wait to see the thing in person. I remember when I got my 650D. Just the way it reaked of quality & elegance blew my mind. When I look @ it & my Switch 810 it's a total 180.....
 
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Exactly & I know it will be a flood of build logs. I just can't wait to see the thing in person. I remember when I got my 650D. Just the way it reaked of quality & elegance blew my mind. When I look @ it & my Switch 810 it's a total 180.....

For me my switch was a good practice build as I rather not make the mistakes like the one I did with this case.

I mean look at this tube routing (and yes there is a 480 Monsta rad in top in push pull). I would like to make sure that my next build looks better then my existing. (guessing everyone does)

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Available for pre order at overclockers £289 eek.gif £350 including taxes + £10 delivery

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CA-120-CS&groupid=2362&catid=1489&subcat=
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Available for pre order at overclockers £289 eek.gif £350 including taxes + £10 delivery

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CA-120-CS&groupid=2362&catid=1489&subcat=


Release date is April. I had assumed it was March in Europe.

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End result: by this and other tests i recommend to use Monsta in silent and noiseless (600-800 rpm) systems ONLY with push-pull or not use it at all. If be honest, the difference is not even "King Size" so most people don't need them at all, i think.

Whats the final effect? 2-3 degrees c* lower, 5 if you are lucky. Good to have it, good to feel that power, size of Monsta....and that's all biggrin.gif

Am i wrong?

No, you are not, that is why, even as a Monsta 360 owner myself, I am not sweating over this case having limited support of it. It would be cool (no pun intended) if it could easily house them, but personally, the good old RX360 (or even the AX360) or the UT60 is better than the Monsta 360 at very slow fan speeds, and only 1'ish C worse than the Monsta with faster speed fans. Hardly the trouble that it is worth.

But as I said before (and mainly the reason why I bought one for a current build), the Monsta is mainly about eP33n, nothing more.
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For me my switch was a good practice build as I rather not make the mistakes like the one I did with this case.

I mean look at this tube routing (and yes there is a 480 Monsta rad in top in push pull). I would like to make sure that my next build looks better then my existing. (guessing everyone does)


That's a good point & lesson, I seen your build in the thread, you have a some good modding skills. I had planned to WC my Switch, but I had a problem with the window which delayed things, Then NZXT CS didn't act right about another situation. I simply pulled my 650D out the garage & stuffed everything back in there... I ended up putting my 2600K & MIVE in the Switch, got a 550Ti for it & it will be use to encode movies here & there.

I learned my lesson by sticking with certain companies through the Switch, Corsair & EVGA I will have to be loyal too. If it's anything that gets me... It's how a company treats their customers & how they run their business. I actually own a NZXT Source 220 too that my daughter Extreme 4 is in. Cost was $49.99 & never had a problem out of it. I built my first computer Dec. 18TH of 2011. It's very addicting as I have since got rid of most already built systems in my home. My son, oldest daughter, & my wife all have custom computers. I hope Water Cooling is just as addictive....
 
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That's a good point & lesson, I seen your build in the thread, you have a some good modding skills. I had planned to WC my Switch, but I had a problem with the window which delayed things, Then NZXT CS didn't act right about another situation. I simply pulled my 650D out the garage & stuffed everything back in there... I ended up putting my 2600K & MIVE in the Switch, got a 550Ti for it & it will be use to encode movies here & there.

I learned my lesson by sticking with certain companies through the Switch, Corsair & EVGA I will have to be loyal too. If it's anything that gets me... It's how a company treats their customers & how they run their business. I actually own a NZXT Source 220 too that my daughter Extreme 4 is in. Cost was $49.99 & never had a problem out of it. I built my first computer Dec. 18TH of 2011. It's very addicting as I have since got rid of most already built systems in my home. My son, oldest daughter, & my wife all have custom computers. I hope Water Cooling is just as addictive....

It is VERY addictive. I have never had to deal with corsair customer support (the only thing corsair I own is the H80, and the dominator ram), I had to work with EVGA support and I must say they dont argue with you saying you messed it up, just simple, I will send out a new one, and here is the return label for this one.

Wish NZXT support was the same on their website.
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So, guys, looks like that 47 Knucklehead made final shot to the Mosnta side gunner2.gif

I'll stuck with UT-60 or Phobya probably)
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I've been very happy with my Black Ice rads. Beautiful quality and great performance...
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I've been very happy with my Black Ice rads. Beautiful quality and great performance...

SR-1 are very close to any thick rads and painting is awesome too. Probably it's just a personal choise or "personal best brand" to buy XSPC or Black Ice (from these two i would go SR-1 just for color rolleyes.gif)
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