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post #11 of 16
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Not sure i'll have the space after mounting the 360
post #12 of 16
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It'd be great if you guys helped me formulate a parts list
post #13 of 16
check out a couble of the build logs, it will give you an idea of what you can do with the case, WERMAD has a good log for his case and then the couple of mine in this case, if you check the ELYSIUM forum there are plenty of big builds.
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post #14 of 16
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Okay, I was actually maybe thinking of a switch 810. I'm not sure, but the switch comes highly recommended for wc
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Okay, I was actually maybe thinking of a switch 810. I'm not sure, but the switch comes highly recommended for wc

The Switch offers you a more well rounded case. The Elysium has size and capacity as its strengths. It trades a bit of features for this aspect. If you plan on a simple loop, the Switch is a nice platform. if you plan to go all out wc, the Elysium is a better bet.
post #16 of 16
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Ok, I do want to go with a full WC on my comp, but the switch's extra features certainly are nice, I'm still not sure as to which to choose, I've also decided to do a custom build on this rig once I buy everything around December
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