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Old 10-08-10, 01:27 AM
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xigmatek utgard would be better for WC
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For £65 its a no brainer.
Yeah, it does look nice. But I already bought the Antec 902, I got it for $60 us. I was going to do an external 3x120mm radiator mounted off of the back. But the Utgard does look nice.

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Old 10-08-10, 01:29 AM
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Does anyone know if the Noctua NH-D14 will fit in the 902 case? After looking at the review of it, it looks very nice.
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It should fit fine mate, its your ram you need to think about more than anything.
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Cool. I have the G.Skill Ripjaw series ram, with lower heatsinks....hopefully should fit. Yeah, if I didn't already have the case, I would have looked seriously at the Xigmatek Utgard case. But I got the Antec at such a good price locally and it was new in the box. Hopefully it should still suffice for a decent first build. I'm sure it won't be my last build.
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How do I post photos here?
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Old 10-08-10, 12:13 PM
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to post pics you need your post count up.

aslong as you put something under the triple rad then its ok,use the swiftech rad mount (i forget what its called)

and the cooler will fit it will look massive lol even bigger than it actualy is.

i cant wait to see what temps you get with the cooler
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You can always use something like Photobucket.
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Old 11-08-10, 01:48 AM
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to post pics you need your post count up.

aslong as you put something under the triple rad then its ok,use the swiftech rad mount (i forget what its called)

and the cooler will fit it will look massive lol even bigger than it actualy is.

i cant wait to see what temps you get with the cooler
Yeah, that was the plan. I am going to use the Swiftech Rad box mount to mount the 360 rad off the back of my case.

I can't wait to see my temps from the Noctua either. Should be interesting.
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Would adding upgraded thermal paste to the north/south bridges on the motherboard, and gpu be worth it? or would it void my warranty?
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