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This thread is very impressive.

Do all cases have to be modded to hold the rads? Are there any cases out there designed for water cooling systems? I would love to have a go at it, but CBA with the fuss of hacking away at a case, or having an external rad etc...
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This thread is very impressive.

Do all cases have to be modded to hold the rads? Are there any cases out there designed for water cooling systems? I would love to have a go at it, but CBA with the fuss of hacking away at a case, or having an external rad etc...
Almost all cases have to be modified a little bit. For my watercooling system, I had to screw down my pump onto my harddrive bay and I cut a small hole in the back to allow the fan cables to go into the back of the case.

For internal radiators, you would have to drill holes for screws to hold the radiator in place as well as ussually cutting out holes for the fans to suck air through.
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^^ TJ07 + Velcro pads no moddding required
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Originally Posted by Amraam View Post
This thread is very impressive.

Do all cases have to be modded to hold the rads? Are there any cases out there designed for water cooling systems? I would love to have a go at it, but CBA with the fuss of hacking away at a case, or having an external rad etc...
Cooler Master Cosmos S doesn't require any modding. Just use velcro to hold the pump in place and the radiator will screw into the top of the case just fine.
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post #325 of 105798
The CM690 doesn't need any modifying to fit a standard 120 radiator. Just screw it into the bottom of the case and you're all set to go.
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Thanks for the info!

Shame the Cooler Master Cosmos S is hideous!

I really like the new Corsair 800D, but £210?! I don't even need a new case, I just like looking (and wishing!)
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post #327 of 105798
Her's mine
Koolance AC 350 CPU Block
MCP655 Pump
Res. from CyberDruid
SwifTech stackable radiator 3x120mm
3x120x38 fans on bottom of rad and 3x120x25 on top
Kept all but 1 original Antec 1200 fans
Modded case for bottom air intake (up on wheels)
Moved P/S (Corsair 1000W outside) bought all modded cables from Performance PC's
955BE typicaly at 3.8 for Crysis
XFX GeForce 275 on air. It seems XFX GPU's are not so popular but this thing amazes me for a single GPU in Crysis
My pump looks a little awkward but I leave some extra hose so I can pull res. back and fill it (holds almost 3qts). I have never seen the CPU over 46c (typical is 43c) first build.


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Originally Posted by Amraam View Post
This thread is very impressive.

Do all cases have to be modded to hold the rads? Are there any cases out there designed for water cooling systems? I would love to have a go at it, but CBA with the fuss of hacking away at a case, or having an external rad etc...
ATCS 840.

Can fit a large 3x120 up top, and a large 2x120 behind the HDD cage. All internal and with 0 modding, at all.
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