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Old 26-10-06, 11:32 AM
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Thermaltake Armor LCS

Hey guys, i was wondering, what do u think of the armor LCS?

http://www.thermaltake.com/product/C.../ve2000bws.asp

Ive looked at some reviews, they seem pretty good,

What do you think?

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Old 26-10-06, 11:38 AM
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its a very nice case yea, nice and spacious. iirc though the one with built in cooling costs alot more and reaaally isnt worth it, thermaltake watercooling isnt fit for cooling my mobile phone tbh get the one without cooling and then head to specialtech and build your own watercooling
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Old 26-10-06, 11:39 AM
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ok thanks for that
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Old 26-10-06, 11:44 AM
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Decent case, horrible cooling system. Stay away from all watercooling products made by TT, they're all utter garbage. Not a huge fan of TT cases either, but that is one of the better ones.
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Old 26-10-06, 11:50 AM
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well... currently i have no need for water cooling, so i probbaly will only buy the case for the moment untill i have a need for water coolling.

And of course, ill buy the case from specialtech
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Old 26-10-06, 12:32 PM
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What we find is that people go with Thermaltake watercooling and then as soon as they are comfortable with the idea of watercooling, they upgrade, usually to alphacool stuff purely because of the better performance.

Ive a thermaltake rad here that ive been meaning to test against the black ice. Suggestions welcomed on what tests youd like to see
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Old 26-10-06, 01:10 PM
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Ive a thermaltake rad here that ive been meaning to test against the black ice. Suggestions welcomed on what tests youd like to see
yeah here's one....see how far you can throw the Thermaltake rad
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Old 26-10-06, 01:11 PM
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yeah here's one....see how far you can throw the Thermaltake rad
ROFL - quote of the week!!!
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Old 26-10-06, 01:13 PM
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How about trying to fit the hoses over the barbs without the barb snapping in half
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Old 26-10-06, 02:21 PM
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yeah here's one....see how far you can throw the Thermaltake rad
That made a y day better

Edit: ST have the plain armour on its own last time i checked. DO NOT bother with the ANY thermaltake watercooling.
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