I supose it would be somewhat of a weird case to watercool but I'm glad I bought it when I did because things are looking really well.
I managed to fit a 2 x 92mm and a single 140mm radiator in there and they fit perfectly. I might have to change the 140mm rad to a 120mm due to potential clearance issues which isn't really a big deal.
After putting the 184mm (2 x 92mm) rad in, I'm still left with 27cm (10.6 inches) of room for a graphics card and with that, comes the first dilemma. Which GPU to use? I'm a little bit of an nVidia fanboy so I'm primarily looking at 680/670/660 Ti. A reference 670 would be the easiest and most convenient to install and watercool. I was looking at the 680 Lightning but sadly its 11 inches long and I can't accommodate it. So which non-reference card with an available waterblock you guys think is best?
The other thing that I need to get is a pump and a reservoir. Due to limited space, I think the only thing that I can use right now is a radiator bracket that I can mount the pump and res to. I don't know what they're exactly called so if you know what I'm talking about and know where I can one, please let me know.
In such a small place braided cables will not make a difference. As long as you manage then they should look nice.
If only I knew how to braid cables. Is it hard to learn? What about the equipments that I would need? I think if I braid the cables myself, I wouldn't need to buy the short cable kit as I can cut them to whatever length I deem fit.