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otherwise invest 150 $ and get yourself something like a switch 810 or an 800D

There's quite a few options of cases under $200. My Elysium, though not the most feature packed, has a ton of water cooling options.
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There's quite a few options of cases under $200. My Elysium, though not the most feature packed, has a ton of water cooling options.

Man that case is a beast.
And I agree with that.
So much spare for ALL THE RADS!
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The elysium is a cool case !!
    
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This one is so tempting. I found a guy selling one on craigslist lcoally, but he's not responding to any of my inquiries. I would have sold my Elysium (locally) for cheap to get this one. Amazon has it cheap for $159 less a $30 mir for the black one, and $169 less a $20 mir for the white one.
Edited by wermad - 8/14/12 at 5:49pm
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so many 5.25 , Im dissapointed with the switch 810 for that , if you want 2 rads you have to get rid of the hot swap bays so you end up with 4 available including one with only enough space for a fan controller
    
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Lol if I'm going water cooling, I'm going all out not keeping my h80 haha, but ya will those two rads be enough to cool my system with good temps?
You can use a 3x 180 magicool rad,fits in the bottom and uses the stock 180 fans in the bottom,a common mod for this case.
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so many 5.25 , Im dissapointed with the switch 810 for that , if you want 2 rads you have to get rid of the hot swap bays so you end up with 4 available including one with only enough space for a fan controller

The mb tray is removable and you can go inverted or standard atx. You can also put your psu on the bottom front so you can fit a 240mm rad or 280mm rad at the bottom. And you can stick in another rad in the front. The only wrinkly in this awesome case is the lack of large window.
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You can use a 3x 180 magicool rad,fits in the bottom and uses the stock 180 fans in the bottom,a common mod for this case.

The RV03 is slightly smaller than the RV02 and FT02 and the psu is in the way frown.gif





edit: you can always mod the drive bays to fit the psu (done this a bunch of times), or as I suggested, a 280 down there and a 240 in the bays. Personally, I would ditch that case and get something bigger and better for water cooling.
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The RV03 is slightly smaller than the RV02 and FT02 and the psu is in the way frown.gif

edit: you can always mod the drive bays to fit the psu (done this a bunch of times), or as I suggested, a 280 down there and a 240 in the bays. Personally, I would ditch that case and get something bigger and better for water cooling.

See i have a matx mobo, so i have room at the back of the case, im just throwing a stealth 240 in push/pull there and a thick one in the drive bays, and il still be able to keep the 180mm fans at the bottom for the hdd's
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See i have a matx mobo, so i have room at the back of the case, im just throwing a stealth 240 in push/pull there and a thick one in the drive bays, and il still be able to keep the 180mm fans at the bottom for the hdd's
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Sounds like a plan. So the 180s are going as intake and the rads as exhaust? You can always get a thick rad for the rear and just use one set of fans. There not a dramatic difference between push or pull vs push/pull.
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