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Old 21-12-10, 12:04 AM
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I’m currently in the processes of upgrading my rig, and moving to water-cooling, and of course the case is a key feature.

So I was wondering, what do you think of the Phantom as a water cooling case?

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Old 21-12-10, 12:13 AM
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Max you can get in there is a 240 tbh, which basically means you will probably only be able to cool your cpu if you want to keep it internal and tidy fella.
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Old 21-12-10, 12:24 AM
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Max you can get in there is a 240 tbh, which basically means you will probably only be able to cool your cpu if you want to keep it internal and tidy fella.
Thanks for the reply dude. I currently have a 690II Advanced which is a cracking mid tower case. I know I can cool my cpu fine with that and a gpu, but as its a midi, it may get quite messy. I was after full tower really, as I plan of cooling the cpu now, and then moving to gpu cooling later down the line, most likely not with this current gen of cards though, as I just bought another 5850 which isnt a reference card.

Any ideas for a good case?
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Old 21-12-10, 01:00 AM
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You have tested your current cpu and gpu on a single rad already?
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Old 21-12-10, 02:48 PM
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u can fit 2 dual rads in your current case i think so i would stick with it
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Old 30-12-10, 02:40 AM
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If u use swiftechs rear rad mounting bracket you can mount a single, dual, triple 120mm rad on the rear exhaust on any mid or full tower case. Tho i think its kinda tacky having that on the back of a case. If you wanna see it just go to http://www.swiftnets.com/ and under liquid cooling then at the bottom accessories
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