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Very impressive looking. What depth do you imply when you say "slim radiator" for water cooling?
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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by maverickvii View Post

Very impressive looking. What depth do you imply when you say "slim radiator" for water cooling?

It depends on the thickness of the radiator you intend to install. The maximum "thickness" of radiator + fan(s) is about 67mm. Though we'd suggest that you leave 1cm clearance to ensure efficient cooling.

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Guys,

In the past, there's always been all-metal cases or all-wood custom cases.

But that may change.

In fact, there's an inside debate of whether we should use wood (or bamboo) on the case, for decoration.

It will certainly add some texture and uniqueness to the case, at the cost of increase in price (20 USD at most, I assume)

Please let us know your thoughts!

Cheers
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