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    Question Cases

    Anyone Got Any Sugges For A Case That Is Roomy FOr A Water Cooling System?????????????????

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    look here

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    try the Antec 1040b..its large and has plenty of room..

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    Originally posted by trey_w
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    How much do those cases run for? It comes with the watercooling right? They had the pics of the cases but not the prices. Or maybe I just missed the prices. I would definately go water cooling if the price is right.

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    199 for the mid tower and 279 for the full tower

    includes watercooling system

    i have the mid tower, never gets hotter than 32c

    and thats a P4 overclocked with uped vcore

    go to www.epowerhousepc.com to get the koolance

    go to the forums, sign up, and under koolance systems make a post stating what you want

    epower, the guy that runs the site, will e-mail you back

    i ordered my case from there and got it in 4 days

    tell epower that trey_w sent you
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    omg, that large Koolance PC2-601 is the EXACT same as the Antec SX1030! The only difference is that a it has a built in water cooling system! The Koolance case cost $300 and the Antec one cost $90 - $140 depending on the psu. I have no clue if that's worth it or not. Good luck

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    i agree, but if he builds a watercooling setup, and purchases a case, he could do it for less.

    but, the koolance parts look good, have good results, and are great for the novice watercooler, and everything fits perfectly
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