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Old 18-06-07, 12:30 PM
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OC3D Review: A+ Case Black Pearl WCR Edition ATX Case

"Looking for a high-end water cooling ready case and have plenty of cash to splash? Well then maybe A+Case have the answer as we take a look at their Black Pearl WCR in our UK exclusive review."



A+ Case Black Pearl Review

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Old 18-06-07, 12:32 PM
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Mmmm looks like home already. Great review Jim!
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Old 18-06-07, 12:41 PM
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Well that looks familar.

A lian li v2000 modded a bit.

Looks professinal though, very expensive though.

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Old 18-06-07, 12:47 PM
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Well that looks familar.

A lian li v2000 modded a bit.

Looks professinal though, very expensive though.

Rob
Ay I'd say more like a Silverstone TJ-07, but slightly cheaper
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Old 18-06-07, 01:15 PM
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Ay I'd say more like a Silverstone TJ-07, but slightly cheaper
Id would still go for v2000 looking at the hard drive bays.

Inside a TJ07



Inside a V2000



Inside the A+ case



But anyways open to discussion.

Looks like a bit of a comination, they look t of made the hard drive bays removeable.

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Old 18-06-07, 01:26 PM
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Looking forward to revision OC3D jimbo
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Old 18-06-07, 01:30 PM
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LOL yeah. Move that radiator to the front of the case, space out the tubing holes a bit more and you have a 10/10 case imo!
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Old 18-06-07, 01:34 PM
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Heh, and its big enough too fit an SS in the bottom!
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Old 18-06-07, 01:50 PM
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Heh, and its big enough too fit an SS in the bottom!
The thickness of the alu and the construction is prolly enough to carry a SS weight too without bowing.
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Old 18-06-07, 01:51 PM
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The thickness of the alu and the construction is prolly enough to carry a SS weight too without bowing.
It would still be in the best interest of the modder wishing to employ internal phase to lay down a thin sheet of steel in the bottom to distribute the weight of the compressor.
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