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In my opinion, the Silverstone TJ07 is the perfect water cooling case. You can easily fit a 120.3 radiator and pump in the bottom section along with your PSU. I'm going to get one of these cases and set up a nice water cooling rig when Barcelona comes out.

Here's some pics showing the potential of this case. They're from Theorie on [H]ardForum:



But that case is expensive, to say the least, it costs just a little under $300 for the windowed version at Performance-PCs.
My friend just got that case, that thing destroys other cases man, a true beast.

Thanks for the pics. rep+
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Ever consider the: Lian Li Pc-G70B?

It's got room for two power supplies, one above and one below the motherboard tray. This means, if you use one PSU, you'll have plenty of room to mount a rad, fans, and shrouds in that extra space.

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In my opinion, the Silverstone TJ07 is the perfect water cooling case. You can easily fit a 120.3 radiator and pump in the bottom section along with your PSU. I'm going to get one of these cases and set up a nice water cooling rig when Barcelona comes out.

Here's some pics showing the potential of this case. They're from Theorie on [H]ardForum:



But that case is expensive, to say the least, it costs just a little under $300 for the windowed version at Performance-PCs.

Think that setup would work on a TJ09?
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post #14 of 18
This is actually a very nice case, but it doesn't have the 3.5 external drive bay though. If it had one, that would have been better. By the looks of this, even without watercooling, air would be good. I think this would keep all the internal 3.5 drives nice and cool. I might even buy this, though it is VERY expensive, but what can I say, no good stuff with no real money. =p

The TJ09 has a worse layout than the TJ07, sorry to say. But I think it work too. It's longer in dimension, but shorter by about 2 inch in height. I think they should work out the same, though, I'm not a watercooling expert, there should be different sizes to it, if I'm not mistakened.

Lian Li Pc-G70B is very long and spacious, but I think there's too much space in the wrong place, though it could be good for air flow. But it's a bit odd. =p


Can anyone state or post a link to a very good water cooling that could fit inside of the TJ07?
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In my opinion, the Silverstone TJ07 is the perfect water cooling case. You can easily fit a 120.3 radiator and pump in the bottom section along with your PSU. I'm going to get one of these cases and set up a nice water cooling rig when Barcelona comes out.

Here's some pics showing the potential of this case. They're from Theorie on [H]ardForum:



But that case is expensive, to say the least, it costs just a little under $300 for the windowed version at Performance-PCs.
That is a nice case and setup really nicely, but i dont see the powersupply that you mentioned there is room for, even if you could setup a powersupply, you wouldnt be able to get a very big one


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post #16 of 18
If I were to upgrade to a new system and wanted to switch to water cooling,
I dont think my antec sonata would cut it.

What does everone think of these cases?

http://www.koolance.com/shop/default.php?cPath=28_43

I thought the price point was pretty good considering you get most of a WC setup included and installed and you can choose whatever WB you want.

Im seriously considering one of these so any feed back would be great
    
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Ever consider the: Lian Li Pc-G70B?

It's got room for two power supplies, one above and one below the motherboard tray. This means, if you use one PSU, you'll have plenty of room to mount a rad, fans, and shrouds in that extra space.

^_^
I have one of these and they are HUGE. More than enough room for a single loop.
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post #18 of 18
I modded my Xgamer to have two PSU's, all of my water cooling and radiator...its got plenty of room left.
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