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frozencpu.com offers "custom" lightly modified versions of Lian-li, Coolermaster, Antec, etc. cases.Has anyone here bought one? are they worth the money? I'm particularly interested in the ones that come with water-cooling included or pre-installed.
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they are expensive compared to buying it yourself and installing..the process really isnt that hard..its not like they come prefilled and installed with your parts..your better off buying them seperate and installing yourself..there is a million and one guides online to help you if you have no idea what your doing
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they are expensive compared to buying it yourself and installing..the process really isnt that hard..its not like they come prefilled and installed with your parts..your better off buying them seperate and installing yourself..there is a million and one guides online to help you if you have no idea what your doing

let me explain why there is an offer on this matter ...


do you build your sofa? . your TV stand , your bed ? ... i mean "they are expensive compared to building it yourself and installing..the process really isnt that hard.."

right?

the option is there so that , people that dont have the time / resources to make the mod themselves , COULD at least buy them . but remember that you are paying for the mod materials and the resources used to make the mod itself ( making a window , do some fan holes etc)


@OP

yes , they are worth it , its kinda "premade" so u know the fittings and all the screws u need to put to the rad/fans are the exact size u need and all that stuff ...

kinda worth it for someone who doesn't know how to WC , but remember , u are paying extra for the resources used to make that "product / item" a buyable option
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let me explain why there is an offer on this matter ...
do you build your sofa? . your TV stand , your bed ? ... i mean "they are expensive compared to building it yourself and installing..the process really isnt that hard.."
right?
the option is there so that , people that dont have the time / resources to make the mod themselves , COULD at least buy them . but remember that you are paying for the mod materials and the resources used to make the mod itself ( making a window , do some fan holes etc)
@OP
yes , they are worth it , its kinda "premade" so u know the fittings and all the screws u need to put to the rad/fans are the exact size u need and all that stuff ...
kinda worth it for someone who doesn't know how to WC , but remember , u are paying extra for the resources used to make that "product / item" a buyable option

Itsthe same cases as the stores sell. Except there is an xpsc or other setup installed.. yes they sell custom mods but there not on a lot of there cases. It's not hard to mount a rad. And its not like they come with custom fittings exc. It's the exact kits they sell mounted on a stock case. But there are a couple cases with mods.but if your going to wc.there is mainence involved a couple times a year.so the learning exp of putting the setup together is crucial.otherwise you will sit there and scratch your head not knowing how something comes apart.otherwise get an h100 and there's no maintence
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Thanks for the advice!
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