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Case labs, it has loads of w/c options. and they are dead silent with the right fans.

Cost to much sorry frown.gif
post #12 of 30
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Hello, As the title says, I need a good Case for my friend , He wants a Fulltower and silent case with many options for watercooling:thumb:

Anyone got some suggestions?

//Julius
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Cost to much sorry frown.gif

We're trying to help you as you had asked for the best case for your friend. You did not specify A) cost range and B) what visual style your friend is looking for.


Your choice of words, or lack thereof, is making this a little harder on us than it needs to be.


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We're trying to help you as you had asked for the best case for your friend. You did not specify A) cost range and B) what visual style your friend is looking for.


Your choice of words, or lack thereof, is making this a little harder on us than it needs to be.


My 2cents.gif. thumb.gif

yes i know it was my fault frown.gif

Srybut about a 3k dollar max
post #14 of 30
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Maybe the apple g5?
post #15 of 30
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Maybe the apple g5?
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I love my Bitfenix Shinobi XL. thumb.gif
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Yea mod the G5
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Yea mod the G5


Should I mod it bigger? And taller for more water cooling options?
post #19 of 30
NZXT Switch 810 smile.gif Plenty of room and many WC options. Pretty sure there is a owners club on here somewhere, drop in and take a look. ~$180, silence will depend on fans. To that extent, I personally really like the coolermaster R4's. Good static pressure, CFM and noise; with a fan controller you can drop the noise a bit lower as well (I've found the sweet spot to be 3/4 open on my fan contoller, which I think is roughly 1500-1700 RPM.

EDIT: Found the owners club
http://www.overclock.net/t/1209048/official-nzxt-switch-810-thread
Edited by asuindasun - 1/22/13 at 12:38am
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NZXT Switch 810 smile.gif Plenty of room and many WC options. Pretty sure there is a owners club on here somewhere, drop in and take a look. ~$180, silence will depend on fans. To that extent, I personally really like the coolermaster R4's. Good static pressure, CFM and noise; with a fan controller you can drop the noise a bit lower as well (I've found the sweet spot to be 3/4 open on my fan contoller, which I think is roughly 1500-1700 RPM.

EDIT: Found the owners club
http://www.overclock.net/t/1209048/official-nzxt-switch-810-thread

Don't really like the nzxt810 to much plastic sry think I will go for the g5
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