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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by MaximusExtreme, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. MaximusExtreme New Member

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    Hello folks.

    so im sick of looking for a full tower case that best suites my needs.


    i want a full tower with black interior (not a problem i can paint if is the only issue)

    i have 4 rads 2 2x120 and 2 4x120. i want to fit 2 of those at least.

    not too expensive like obisidian because i bought 3 aplus black pearl 300 euro each and trashed them ;p

    any ideas?

    thanks
     
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    i like very much the 690 but is mid tower also i think it has a problem on the bottom with 2 rads and the enermax 1050 psu
     
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    HAF 932 or X and possibly some of the older TT full towers.
     
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    the old tt models need too much modding. like kandalf and armor i had those.
     
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    Lian Li A70F. It's full atx and very simple. It's made out of all aluminum so it's easy to cut up. :)
     
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    i knew u goin to suggest lian li but i cant find any lian li silverstone products here in cyprus.

    if i order a case from newegg to here will cost 300 only the shipping.
     
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    if you're going to watercool. then get the ATCS 840 .you can fit two radiators INSIDE without modifying anything.:toast:
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    no corsair 800d?
     
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    I absolutely love my HAF-X. Every single review I've seen of this case was favorable. The only cons listed were very minor. My only con is there's no external 3.5 bay for my card reader.
     
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    The Corsair 800D, by a long way.
     
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    This is getting absurd every week a best full tower case come along, sticky or use the search
     
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    Have you tried searching newegg using the power search to just look for cases ?
     
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    excuse me? I know from hands on experience that the 800D is an amazing case, if youre making out that Ive simply used a search and picked the most popular then perhaps you should keep your thoughts to your self?
     
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    :shadedshu I guess some people don't read everything
     
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    Im using the HAF 932 and i recommend it to you its a very nice case...
     
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    the rocketfish case was a good option... but i would go with something like the NXZT Zero 2.

    [​IMG]

    $80 bucks will hold at least two rads with some light modding.
     
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    Only paid $186 for my HAF-X.
     
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    Not saying that it isn't an amazing case and what not BUT, he said he is on a budget and it and the 800D is out of that budget. i actually have one sitting right behind me at the moment and it is truly amazing and would fit the application perfect.
     
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    I'd like to suggest the Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced case. You can fit 2 120x2 rads inside (comfortably) and (most likely, I haven't tried) one or possibly both 120x4 rads on the exterior. It's a fantastic case, you should really look into it.
     
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