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Thread: Has anyone tried the new liquid-cooled cases???




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    Price Beige model: 475,00 excl. VAT
    Price Black model: 545,00 excl. VAT

    at least thats what that place has it for.

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    And thats what US? 200-300?
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    I might be way out here but around $450us & $500us before shipping. :?:

    Here's a review on it, http://www.overclockers.com/articles618/ ;)
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    Really nice case :thumb:

    But the price is a little above what I have :rolleyes2
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    But still its a couple of hundred less than the other case of its type plus being a more practical layout not to mention those CPU temps. :D
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    CPU temps are incredible. But the only thing I see wrong with it is that it only cools the CPU. I wish there were more connectors for attaching one of the tubes to a hard drive, ram (hard to do but would be neat), and graphics card. I dunno if these parts would be happy at -40 though...
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    With the heat from the CPU taken care of, a couple of case fans should be able to handle the rest of the cooling duties fairly well. ;)
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    Yeah true, CPU is the main heat maker...
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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