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post #11 of 16
tj-07 ftw. that should take care of ur b-day $$$ and it'll be a good w/c case too boot.
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TJ07 is a very good case. Perhaps more than he wants to spend. Cosmos S would be 50.00 cheaper and allow a 360 mounted up top I believe. The Cosmos RC-1000 like I have only allows dual 120's.

D-tek fuzion cpu block. swiftech 655 pump(quiet, high flow & huge,very bad choice for a midtower) dual 120 x flow or 240 rad minimum. 360 to include GPU. 355 pump for a smaller case.
EK block for GPU plus another $50.00 for tubing and misc Suggest 3/8" tubing. (especially in a mid tower) Going to 7/16" or 1/2" has shown minor improvement on non-OC systems

Cosmos S case 250.00
655 Pump 90.00
Radiator 360 60.00
D-tek Fusion CPU 70.00
EK GPU block 120.00
Res ~40
Tubing and misc 50.00
Total 640... A lot but a very good setup. drop the GPU cooling until the funds are available if needed.

If you are looking for portable your options become quite limited. And good watercooling full tower is HUGE. Armor and cosmos fully equipped probably weigh in excess of 60lbs. I think a much more conservative mid tower may be in order. Problem: Fitting a suitable radiator in a midtower that can cool a GPU and CPU may be hard. I am at a loss for a good midtower. :-(
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TJ07 is a very good case. Perhaps more than he wants to spend. Cosmos S would be 50.00 cheaper and allow a 360 mounted up top I believe. The Cosmos RC-1000 like I have only allows dual 120's.

D-tek fuzion cpu block. swiftech 655 pump(quiet, high flow & huge,very bad choice for a midtower) dual 120 x flow or 240 rad minimum. 360 to include GPU. 355 pump for a smaller case.
EK block for GPU plus another $50.00 for tubing and misc Suggest 3/8" tubing. (especially in a mid tower) Going to 7/16" or 1/2" has shown minor improvement on non-OC systems

Cosmos S case 250.00
655 Pump 90.00
Radiator 360 60.00
D-tek Fusion CPU 70.00
EK GPU block 120.00
Res ~40
Tubing and misc 50.00
Total 640... A lot but a very good setup. drop the GPU cooling until the funds are available if needed.

If you are looking for portable your options become quite limited. And good watercooling full tower is HUGE. Armor and cosmos fully equipped probably weigh in excess of 60lbs. I think a much more conservative mid tower may be in order. Problem: Fitting a suitable radiator in a midtower that can cool a GPU and CPU may be hard. I am at a loss for a good midtower. :-(
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Western Digital W03200AAKS 320 GIG Vista Ultimate 64 bit 19in. Acer Al1916W (upgrading to a 24" or 26") Logitech G15 with LCD Screen 
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post #14 of 16
The Cosmos 1000 allows for a triple radiator as well.
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Originally Posted by Exidous View Post
TJ07 is a very good case. Perhaps more than he wants to spend. Cosmos S would be 50.00 cheaper and allow a 360 mounted up top I believe. The Cosmos RC-1000 like I have only allows dual 120's.

D-tek fuzion cpu block. swiftech 655 pump(quiet, high flow & huge,very bad choice for a midtower) dual 120 x flow or 240 rad minimum. 360 to include GPU. 355 pump for a smaller case.
EK block for GPU plus another $50.00 for tubing and misc Suggest 3/8" tubing. (especially in a mid tower) Going to 7/16" or 1/2" has shown minor improvement on non-OC systems

Cosmos S case 250.00
655 Pump 90.00
Radiator 360 60.00
D-tek Fusion CPU 70.00
EK GPU block 120.00
Res ~40
Tubing and misc 50.00
Total 640... A lot but a very good setup. drop the GPU cooling until the funds are available if needed.

If you are looking for portable your options become quite limited. And good watercooling full tower is HUGE. Armor and cosmos fully equipped probably weigh in excess of 60lbs. I think a much more conservative mid tower may be in order. Problem: Fitting a suitable radiator in a midtower that can cool a GPU and CPU may be hard. I am at a loss for a good midtower. :-(
You can mount a triple in their but you can only use 2 fans on it. Sorry for being so accurate.....
post #16 of 16
The spacing is incorrect on the 1000 (too far apart). Without drilling new holes i'm not really sure how you would bolt the triple and fans to the chassis.

That and a triple with two fans isnt a very effective triple is it. Kinda like a double. :-p
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