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Hi guys,

Thought I'd ask the question on this, I currently have a Corsair 750D but planning to build a new rig soon and keeping that for my boys.

I personally was going to go with the 1000D, the big daddy of Corsair's range, I like their cases and style

I have tons of room, for me a big giant case with lots of room would be great, ideally enough room to fit 2x radiators on the front.


Thanks for any suggestions.
 
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Nice one, for sure. You also have the latest edtion of the CM Cosmos it's high, long, but it's less wide.
 

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Can't find any of them, did look but I know Caselabs went out of business.

Nice one, for sure. You also have the latest edtion of the CM Cosmos it's high, long, but it's less wide.
Yeah, I looked at this but doesn't support 480Rads, and I'll be using 2 of them
 
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Thermaltake TT900..... perhaps not the absolute biggest out there, but certainly in the top 5 for sure... it's almost 3ft tall, 2ft wide and 2ft deep, and makes for one hella-mega build. You can check my specs for the cooling set-up I have, which keeps everything chilly and under 32c even under heavy, multitasking workloads :)

Note that you will need a SOLID desk to hold it though, 'cause even empty it weighs ~55 lbs :D
 
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Thermaltake TT900..... perhaps not the absolute biggest out there, but certainly in the top 5 for sure... it's almost 3ft tall, 2ft wide and 2ft deep, and makes for one hella-mega build. You can check my specs for the cooling set-up I have, which keeps everything chilly and under 32c even under heavy, multitasking workloads :)

Note that you will need a SOLID desk to hold it though, 'cause even empty it weighs ~55 lbs :D
That's no problem, It'll be super solid oak it's on. It's a beautiful case, I am guessing it is left side/right side intakes, back and top exhausts? I could fit the rads I want there, could be interesting.

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Looks a little too small, Thanks

Could be others even larger but the Tt Core X9 Thermaltake Core X9 Black E-ATX Stackable Tt LCS Certified Cube Chassis CA-1D8-00F1WN-00 - Newegg.com is a monster - My Tt X5 is big in itself.
Also says in the description you CAN run two 480's in the top.
Looks nice, but kinda ugly... and by kinda, I mean REAL ugly lol.
 
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That's no problem, It'll be super solid oak it's on. It's a beautiful case, I am guessing it is left side/right side intakes, back and top exhausts? I could fit the rads I want there, could be interesting.
That's correct, you can put up to 4x 120's or 3x 140's on the side intakes and 2x 120's or 140's up top. Also has mesh sides and front areas below the glass, which serve as air intake paths too, I put 2x 80mm fans in the front on either side of my fan controller in the 5.25" drive bay.

I came up with my own layout for my H110i using the fixture that was intended for 2x HDD's and the unused fan mounts from the sides. If you wanna take a look at it, I can send you some pics so you can see it for yourself :D
 
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Yes, but most of them are more or less traditional rectangular boxen....and do not even hold a candle to the TT900 :)
The 900 is listed in the Thermaltake link I posted.
 
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I love my Danger Den 21 Double Wide cases :) 2 quad rads (120) a triple (120) plus 10 3.5" drives and 2 5.25" bays as well.. Plus will fit E-ATX boards in :) So pleased I grabbed them from the USA!!

Other than that the Thermaltake WP100 I have (bit like the Caselabs model - big enough to fit in my daughter who was 5 at the time of the picture :D)

I have the 900D that fits my SR-2 in, rather unimpressed with it and when I did get it with the SR-2, looking at £300 I couldn't personally recommend it..
 
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You might check out Mountain Mods. They have some large, expandable cases. Otherwise, a used CaseLabs with pedestals would be the next option. The 1000D is probably third.
 
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Case Labs (out of business now), Lian Li has some monster cases such as PC-D600, older ones like PC-D8000, PC-TU100 etc, Mountain Mods
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I found a nice looking Thermaltake Tai Chi Super Tower up in Alness, Highland. It is pre owned but it is a steal at 60 pounds. Plus it is pre-drilled for a door mounted radiator!
 
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I sadly had one of these, I was less than impressed :(
Yeah a buddy had one of these, said there was no way I could fit dual 480 Rads in it.
 
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Yeah a buddy had one of these, said there was no way I could fit dual 480 Rads in it.
I tried fitting a 360 and 240 in there, not a chance at all.. Was for a review but never happened sadly.. Was deeply disappointing if I'm honest..
 
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