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post #11 of 14
wow, your the first person I've heard saying the 700/800d are ugly and the X as good looking, confused.gif

anyways, if you're concern about price, go w/ the 700D, you can find for ~$200 which is what the HAF-X goes for.

keep in mind the HAF-X was meant to be an air-cooler first then a water cooler, where as the 700/800D were meant to be water coolers first, then air smile.gif
post #12 of 14
Just go with mountain mods if you seriously wanna engage water cooling.
I ordered the Extended Ascension myself and can´t wait
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post #13 of 14
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OK so im going with the 800d its not ugly just normal looking i think i can make it look sexy tho. since this is my first water cooled anything, im going to get a kit alot of u said go with the rasa 360mm. iv been reading around and most ppl end up upgrading there kits. so i found Ek H30 Supreme HF 360 from googling (link below) does this look good for the money/higher results then the rasa 360. (something im not going to need to upgrade)

Ek H30 Supreme HF 360
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c83s137

PS i would really like to custom build my own kit but i want to start with a real kit just to get my feet wet be4 i jump. in 2 years or so i can allways upgrade right? plus all the fittings and such have me lost!
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I was able to fit two 360 rads, one MCR320 one PA.120.3, in my ATCS 840.
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