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[Case Gallery] Mozart TX Sick Death edition rev. 2.01b

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  1. EOZ_Death New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
    RAM: Crucial Ballistix 4GB kit DDR2 PC2-6400 D9 chips
    RAM COOLING: OCZ XTC Memory Cooler
    MOTHERBOARD: eVGA A1 nForce 680i SLI
    VIDEO: Msi 8800gtx + Asus Ageia PhysX Card
    SOUND CARD: X-Fi Elite Pro
    SPEAKERS: Logitech Z-5500 5.1 Thx / 500w Rms
    HEADPHONES: Razer Barracuda Gaming Headphones
    HDD: 2x80gb Seagate Barracuda - Raid0 + WDC 300gb
    DVD: Nec dvd/rw
    Case: Thermaltake Mozart TX
    PSU: Cooler Master Real Power Pro 1000 Watt
    MONITOR: Samsung SyncMaster 225BW,22"Widescreen,Silver
    KEYBOARD: Razer Tarantula, Gaming Keyboard
    MOUSE: Razer Lachesis + Razer eXactMat Gaming Mousing Surface
    OS: Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit°---> BACK TO XP

    My w/c Setup
    PUMP: Swiftech MCP350 with Koolance top
    CPU: Swiftech Apogee GT
    VGA: Swiftech Stealth 8800 Full cover VGA waterblock
    HOSE: Masterkleer 7/16"
    FITINGS: EK HighFlow Fitings 1/2"
    RADIATOR: XSPC RS360 Triple
    RESERVOIR: Swiftech MCRES-Micro AGB

    Mods:
    cable sleevings, fan controller, overclocked@3.0 ghz, etc, everything else can be seen in the images.
     
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    intel igent New Member

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    all that room and the rad is still external?

    any reason for that?
     
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    I agree!
     
  4. EOZ_Death New Member

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    naah, actually no room in the case, not for a triple radiator. lots of room, as long as the radiator stays dual. and one more thing, when the system was made, i thought it would look cooler, and i think it does, doesn't it? :)
     
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    That case holds two systems,, do you have anything on the other side,, if not I would say the rad would fit there. it's a nice setup, I just thing you could get really creative with all that space.
     
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    I think it's unreal how cool that system is!!!!!!!!
     
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    anyway you could give another close up of the front lit up of the case. How do you get the orange color or is that just the light.
     
  10. EOZ_Death New Member

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    this orange color is just light!
     
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    there is no space in the miniITX place, because the PSU is really enourmous, and if i place the rad along the psu, there is no place for the FANs. everybody, who speaks about the external rad, should see the case and the rad in life
     
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    If you think so. I think it will look good on top of his rig and is only $149, looks like it only needs 2 pairs of fittings too so it should be less restrictive than 3 separate rads. Im not sure how many fans are on top of that case, if it were a row of 3 than the 3 mcr-320's would look great up there too but than he would need 3 rad boxes.

    he could passively cool his water if he put a big rad like that up top. his set-up reminded me of that monster rad since I think it would look great the on top of his case, colours match.


    Edit: I hope that thing is not just 3x 360 rads wraped in a box LOL.
     
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    intel igent New Member

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    sry O/P for the O/T

    @ chewy: that rad is no good.

    TRUST ME.

    mcr's have little restriction/pressure drop
     
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    I know your not gonna like this but, IMHO you took a lot of great components and a real cool case and riuned it with that rad on top. That case is sooo big, you should have been able to fit a rad in the back or inside or something.

    I don't like it sorry, not one bit.
     
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    i have the same one and my is down at this time for a major upgrad here is my
    http://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/1278.html

    you can fit the rad in you case you just have to move pump and tank to the back and there you can fit it in. the front of the case hold three 120mm fans under the hard drives tray.

    when my case is back up i will show what i did to my case.
     
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    Sorry guys, but personally I think the rad on top looks good anyway. This thing gets a 9/10 from me. One seriously "sick" rig!
     
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    WHY OH WHY? Did you put a rad on top of that case? It's like having a violin with a rifle scope on it...
     

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