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What is your opinion of a good water cooling case? I really like NZXT cases, i have a Phantom 410 and like it but its not really a water cooling case. The NZXT H440 and Phantom 630 look really good in my opinion, I'm not much a massive case i like my mid towers and full tower cases.

What case do you like that has good water cooling capabilities?
post #2 of 9
Corsair 900D or Air 540 are good choices, but the best case made specifically with watercooling in mind would have to be the Phanteks Enthoo Primo (unless you're talking anything from Caselabs, of course).


Good full review from MNPCTech's Bill Owens and Jesse from TheModZoo:

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I have one coming in the mail later this week!
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one casemanufacturer to rule them all... caselabs ^^
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post #5 of 9
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one casemanufacturer to rule them all... caselabs ^^

Way too expensive for many builders, who would rather put that money towards better parts.
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Way too expensive for many builders, who would rather put that money towards better parts.

true, with shipping and tax I had to pay allmost doubble for my SM8 than if I had lived in the US. Worth it though, no other cases comes close to caselabs in terms of quality, features and customizeabillity. As long as there are ATX & E-ATX motherboards I wont have to buy another case.
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post #7 of 9
With simple modding you can fit a 360 and a 240 in a 200r, I think its some amazing watercooling for such a value case.

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post #8 of 9
I gave the 900D serious consideration prior to pulling the trigger on a CL MH10 + Pedestal.

If I needed another case on a smaller budget, I'd pick up the 900D in a heartbeat.

The rad options / flexibility in that case are hard to beat for the price.
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post #9 of 9
If you are trying to not break the budget as much I would go for the case I've got, the rosewill blackhawk-ultra. Insane amounts of space and massive watercooling potential.
case for sale on newegg for $189 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147157
My build: http://imgur.com/a/HYHps
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