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mountain mods tower case..yummy

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by tigger, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Oooh, seems better than the cubes that require half an acre of land to set up lol.
     
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    Dam, real nice case but I bet price is going to be high.
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    Heres an internal pic,i really like this.I would never have realy considered a mm cube,but i do really like this.

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    OMG @ the inside pic :eek:

    That's friggin' awesome, I love how it's just the mobo tray, a tiny drive cage and nothing else inside. Anybody wanting space for some monstrous cooling loops should love this case :rockout:

    Conclusion: DO WANT!
     
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    *Creams Self* My god thats huge...
     
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    that is just overkill you dont need all that room for water cooling either.
    Such a big case I see 3 5.25 bays but no 3.5 HDD bays or cages.
    Everythings so far away from the motherboard and PSU you wont be able to plug them in.
    Very unpractical
     
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    I like it. But I plan on a 4x120 rad and a 3x120 rad in my system, and possible a single 120mm for a tri-loop build. All of that doesn't even fit in my Stacker 830 without serious cutting.

    As far as the HDD, you can put them anywhere convenient. It comes with a set of these brackets, to mount 3 hard drives directly to any 120mm fan. http://www.mountainmods.com/120mm-hard-drive-rack-mirror-black-p-325.html
     
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    I did say "monstrous" loops, didn't I? Wile E has proven my point, and also pointed out the solution for HDD's. I personally prefer to figure out my own unique way of mounting my HDD's anyways and this case would give me plenty of room for whatever setup I like.

    As for cables not reaching . . . I think anybody able to afford this should have no problem getting special cables.
     
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    If I didn't have my CM690 then I'd be all over that case. I just sat here for 30min deciding on mods to do to this case cause there are so many possibilities and such potential.
     
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