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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/im...2_-_Black.html

What do you guys think of this setup for a case? I would just buy the case and copy the mod they did there since that is pretty much exactly what I had pictured. I was trying to stay with a little smaller case if possible so that is why I wasn't looking at some of the bigger cases. Any reason NOT to do this that I haven't thought of maybe?

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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/im...2_-_Black.html

What do you guys think of this setup for a case? I would just buy the case and copy the mod they did there since that is pretty much exactly what I had pictured. I was trying to stay with a little smaller case if possible so that is why I wasn't looking at some of the bigger cases. Any reason NOT to do this that I haven't thought of maybe?

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Pimp shnizzle, my friend.

I JUST received that same case on Tuesday. It is by far one of the best Lian's I've owned. My ONLY gripe is that there isn't a sliding mobo tray, like many other Lian models. Everything else is marvelous.

Funny, I'm doing a similar mod to mount a 3x120MM radiator (as opposed the 2x in the pic) on top.

Highly recommended, but make sure you put your own touch into the mod.

EDIT: Oh, and the case is a pleasure thus-far to work with. The aluminum is very sturdy, yet light and very easy to manipulate (cut, file, sand, etc).
    
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Doesn't look bad...I would go with 1/2" tubing and leave off those dorky looking cut-off valves...You don't need them they would be restrictive...Just have a drain line in your loop...
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Their mod looks a bit unfinished for a commercial product, maybe its the brackets or those valves or something.
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Why didn't they just pass the tubing directly to the rad internally? Would look much cleaner/nicer.
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Just wait till someones kid/brother/sister cranks one of those valves
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Haha I like the look of the valves and the tubing coming up. It'd definitely be cheaper than what I'm planning to do, which is copy Pete's Mozart TX. But theres only one radiator!!
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Just wait till someones kid/brother/sister cranks one of those valves

LOL, might thoughts exactly..hehe you'd figure it out about the time the thing thermally shuts itself down
    
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