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 Post subject: Perfect WaterCooling Case
PostPosted: Tue Jun 15, 2004 6:48 pm 
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After long nights seaching for the case for my watercooling system, i have come across the perfect case. It is here http://xoxide.com/ufo.html
it is th perfect size for all my components and will infact be SILENT. you may find this hard to believe but trust me it will be.

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ooh very nice. the cube cases are very well suited to watercooling as they relieve a lot of the constraints that regular midi-tower cases impose.

where is the motherboard mounted in that case though? is it up against the back wall? that would be quite smart


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 15, 2004 8:06 pm 
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$344.99 :shock:

You're halfway to the price of a TNN500a....by the time you add a PSU, WB's, rad, fans, etc, etc.....

Man, that would have to be helluva case to make me drop that kind of cash on it.

For half the money you could get a Yeong Yang YY-0221B Cube Server Case Aesthetically, I think the YY is a better case.

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that's a good point that i just realised - you don't have to get a psu or heatsinks/waterblocks or fans/pumps etc etc for the zalman. kinda makes it sound a bit more sensible.

(off topic, sorry)

back on topic, another thing i noticed - look how many (120mm?) fan holes there are! that's almost insane heheh


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The UFO can be had cheaper (and with fewer holes in the "solid top" version) from its maker.


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