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post #21 of 1583 (permalink) Old 11-13-2014, 02:33 PM - Thread Starter
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you could watercool it tho, plenty of space for that smile.gif my brother has a SG05, he is not that impressed with it to be honest :/
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I have 2 SG05s and just ordered 2 more - because I do like them . Nowhere near the build quality of a Lian-Li though . I also have an FT03 mini also not as well made as a Lian-li case but more expensive - Just finished decommissioning it too ! It will probably get rebuilt with a less aggressive system - It cools very well but it becomes VERY loud doing so especially since it sits on the desk about 18 inches from my head .
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It's delicate work, but it's worth it. Automotive paint and metal fab experience helps.

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i can see that man. just use PWM fans, like Noctua's and youll be good to go. smile.gif

yeah i bet. im going to mod my 100 to take a bay/res, i have no fab or metal experience but i hope i can make something happend. im quite skilled with wood tho, so that might become my material of coise.
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I thought the tu200s were big - but today I got to lay hands on ( and get conned into helping a friend build ) a Corsair 380t - it is huge and an awkward shape not difficult to build in - just very big and quite heavy for what it is ( heavier I think than my Micro ATX 350D ) not at all what I expected - definitely bigger even than a Prodigy .
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The 380t is a joke tho, i mean, come on, that thing is too big to be a itx case tongue.gif and it looks like something only a 13yo would go "holy balls thats cool!!" x)
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It's obviously designed for the prodigy market, so I am not at all surprised. It doesn't look terrible, but there is a lot of wasted space, it seems.

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That's just it -it is so inefficient that there is no spare space inside - you kind of have to build it their way with their gear .
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Nah, I'd rather build a micro atx rig than the 380t. I have a prodigy and I quite like it. Lots of room for liquid cooling. I'm gonna mod the hell out of my prodigy once I finish the tu100.

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I have a prodigy ( mini Itx ) used to be "Fatso" in my sig - It has been stripped , waiting for me to decide what case I am going to put it in .
The prodigy itself is in my carport - thinking about cutting it up to use certain bits to mod another case - My hatred of the Prodigy is VERY strong!
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