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Old 24-09-07, 05:29 AM
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raptors need a home!!! What cage for them!!

Finally got it to where Im happy!!!!

Abit IP35 PRO

Q6600 G0 (3.6ghz)

Coolit freezone

evga 8800gts sueprclocked (ran 648/1048 at 1440x900 12660 3dmark)

2 Raptor 150gbs in raid 0

PC P&C 750 quad copper PSU

4 gbs OCZ p800 rev2

I need a case and I am between a tjo7, lian li, coolermaster cosmos.

I need space, mid towers are cutting it a little. The lian li case I have no Idea on which one.

I like mine but it needs to be new to go along with the rest of the system.

Ideas and comments on the build.

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Old 24-09-07, 06:23 AM
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nice so far, lian li g70 cases have ALOT of space and dual psu if ever u need be, which means plenty of room for the water cooling if ever u go water too
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Old 24-09-07, 06:38 AM
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nice so far, lian li g70 cases have ALOT of space and dual psu if ever u need be, which means plenty of room for the water cooling if ever u go water too
No need for water Im cooling my cpu to 56 degrees with a 1.56 v load on it in small ftts going for higher clocks with no cooling issues just holes in the board frequencys.

My 8800 stays 53 degrees now (fan configuration) under load at 648/1048 (X2) and without too much tweeking it hits 12660 no worries at 3.4. I like the case, theres a new g75 not in production that I came accross that I like as well.

Waters good but I frosted a cpu with the coolit and now im on a special freezone.
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Old 24-09-07, 06:42 AM
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My vote is for the TJ07 - I've never had one, but every other high-end Silverstone case I've owned has been amazin. When i bought the G70 a couple of weeks ago i was pretty disappointed and decided not to use it.
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Old 24-09-07, 06:52 AM
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I own a TJ-07 and I can't recommend it highly enough
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Old 24-09-07, 06:52 AM
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I own a TJ-07 and I can't recommend them highly enough
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Old 24-09-07, 06:54 AM
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My vote is for the TJ07 - I've never had one, but every other high-end Silverstone case I've owned has been amazin. When i bought the G70 a couple of weeks ago i was pretty disappointed and decided not to use it.
What was it you didnt like. I agree I like the silverstones, looks and funcionality. I had a lian li 70 case from along time ago and it was great, looked good and had great cooling.

Ill start looking around again. I looked at that cosmos and thats a NICE case with great airflow from top and bottom. brushed aluminum and it has a pretty slick rail system on outside for handles or tipping over as well as allows the bottom fans to pull air up.
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Old 24-09-07, 06:56 AM
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I own a TJ-07 and I can't recommend them highly enough
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Old 24-09-07, 07:08 AM
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What was it you didnt like. I agree I like the silverstones, looks and funcionality. I had a lian li 70 case from along time ago and it was great, looked good and had great cooling.

Ill start looking around again. I looked at that cosmos and thats a NICE case with great airflow from top and bottom. brushed aluminum and it has a pretty slick rail system on outside for handles or tipping over as well as allows the bottom fans to pull air up.
- Thin aluminium. Panels bend too easily (not like my TJ03).

- Rivets holding everything in place (Most Silverstones incl. my TJ03 used screws)

- Cheap looking black plastic top-front of case. Plastic clips also used to hold the front of case in place.

- Plastic switches and lian li badge.

Granted I have high expectations of a case, but if you're putting a high-end Silverstone against a G70, there's no contest in my eyes.

Edit: you may also want to look at this: A+Case Black Pearl. The layout isn't perfect for watercooling, but the case is very high quality.
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Old 24-09-07, 09:46 AM
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What is the once I have? pc75? I'd agree with jim, it is ok but nothing special...

However the v1000 is awesome! Thick alu,no plastic but still riveted.
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