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Originally Posted by fat_italian_stallion View Post
Wermad was really the only one who made an 800d unique.
Sorry to hear that, clearly you haven't looked at too many of the 800 builds around here... You should check out EndWar's build or some of the others, including mine, that were doing 'unique' things well before wermad...
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled View Post
Sorry to hear that, clearly you haven't looked at too many of the 800 builds around here... You should check out EndWar's build or some of the others, including mine, that were doing 'unique' things well before wermad...
True this, I maybe the only one that relocated the psu, I have yet to find any one else w/ this mod.

There are plenty of unique 700/800D builds out there. EndWar's was the inspiration for the 480mm radiator @ the bottom. CharlieHorse's encouragement resulted in the 480mm @ the top. The psu mod was all me .
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Hmm, good info, thanks. I have a Sunbeam Rheosmart 6 with 30 watts/channel, looks like I can put quite a few GT 1850s on. Do you know if I can just use a bunch of 3 pin Y cables in succession, or something similar to that, or is some soldering of the fans together required?
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Y-cables work for multiple fans on one channel:
http://jab-tech.com/3-Pin-Y-Cable-Fa...S-pr-4555.html
Covered that
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Covered that
Cool thanks bro.
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so you think that the case is ok then or is the one other one i was looking at better This is the one I really kinda like it has a video card cooler also you need to watch reviews on it
I couldn't find a review on the NVidia version but here is one on the regular one. Doesn't sound like the best case for watercooling. Looking at the top it doesn't look like you can fit a rad and fans inside with out hitting the ram.


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no problem on missing that! I think everyone did but one guy and he still was trying to talk me into the 800d lol, and I was wondering if the thematake level 10 gt was good for same thing and which is better? that was my original question
I would say the 800d is a better case, I wouldn't want to take it to a lan party though. For a lan rig with great watercooling I would go with a CM690II. It can hold 2x240 rad's, lighter(easier to carry), and much cheaper(you won't care as much if it gets dinged up from lugging it around)
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-215-_-Product
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Originally Posted by catcherintherye View Post
Hmm, good info, thanks. I have a Sunbeam Rheosmart 6 with 30 watts/channel, looks like I can put quite a few GT 1850s on. Do you know if I can just use a bunch of 3 pin Y cables in succession, or something similar to that, or is some soldering of the fans together required?
Yeah I modded some 3 pin Y cables to handle 3 fans per cable. It makes for a very clean setup for push/pull rad fans.
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I couldn't find a review on the NVidia version but here is one on the regular one. Doesn't sound like the best case for watercooling. Looking at the top it doesn't look like you can fit a rad and fans inside with out hitting the ram.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CY4t...eature=related



I would say the 800d is a better case, I wouldn't want to take it to a lan party though. For a lan rig with great watercooling I would go with a CM690II. It can hold 2x240 rad's, lighter(easier to carry), and much cheaper(you won't care as much if it gets dinged up from lugging it around)
690II Basic(no HDD dock)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-215-_-Product
690II Adv(Has a HDD dock)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-216-_-Product
thanks but the review i told you to watch was right on the link i gave you its on new egg just below the pictures lol but it is that same case just has a few more features
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I watched that but I wouldn't call newegg's videos reviews, more like an overview. They will never tell you the bad parts of any product they sell. All air ducks are nice if you are going to go air, but as you are wanting to watercool they won't be much help. It is a nice looking case and looks to be a great case for air, but at that price there is a ton of cases out there. If you are wanting to go with that case, you can make it work. If a rad won't fit up top you can always put it up front in the drive bays. Keep in mind that the case wieghs in at 31.15 lbs. plus everything you put in it you'll be looking at 40+ ibs. For me I would not want to lug that to a lan party.
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I watched that but I wouldn't call newegg's videos reviews, more like an overview. They will never tell you the bad parts of any product they sell. All air ducks are nice if you are going to go air, but as you are wanting to watercool they won't be much help. It is a nice looking case and looks to be a great case for air, but at that price there is a ton of cases out there. If you are wanting to go with that case, you can make it work. If a rad won't fit up top you can always put it up front in the drive bays. Keep in mind that the case wieghs in at 31.15 lbs. plus everything you put in it you'll be looking at 40+ ibs. For me I would not want to lug that to a lan party.
lol it is heavy but I am starting on air first as it will be a little bit before water goes in it
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I watched that but I wouldn't call newegg's videos reviews, more like an overview. They will never tell you the bad parts of any product they sell. All air ducks are nice if you are going to go air, but as you are wanting to watercool they won't be much help. It is a nice looking case and looks to be a great case for air, but at that price there is a ton of cases out there. If you are wanting to go with that case, you can make it work. If a rad won't fit up top you can always put it up front in the drive bays. Keep in mind that the case wieghs in at 31.15 lbs. plus everything you put in it you'll be looking at 40+ ibs. For me I would not want to lug that to a lan party.
bah my 800D with everything in it weighs almost 70lbs and i lug that around
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