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Good case for multi-GPU's

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by PatoRodrigues, Mar 26, 2013.

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    PatoRodrigues

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    Well, most know that positive pressure is the way to go when we're talking about air cooling.

    Spent a few hours looking some reviews and articles about it.

    So i ask you folks: Which is/are the case(s) you would pick for a multi-GPU setup?

    Already done the homework for my build and decided to do a few mods on a 700D... but the Blackhawk-Ultra was on my final list, despite being an enormous case for an ATX build.

    Hope we have some good discussions about it! :D
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    Cheap..Antec P280. 9 slots, dual 120MM on front with another dual 120MM in mid. room up top for dual 120mm fan, or AIO watercooler. Holes for real external watercooling.
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    Filters are a must on such builds.

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    And as i said, this case is probably great for air cooling. 2x230mm fans on top, 2x140mm fans on front X2 (first layer and second layer), eight total fans included.

    And space for NINE, NINE 120mm fans in the side panel.

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