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  1. Thermaltake have been taking a much more aggressive approach to bringing feature packed and water-cooling friendly cases to market. The Core x9 was previously the big dog of their line up, with support for a lot of radiator configurations, and the ability to stack multiple cases. What if a more traditional tower case was more your style? Enter the Core x71. Check out the full article HERE.
  2. I'm looking for a good full size tower for an up and coming Mod based off this I was looking at this but seems everyone is out of stock and thier not being made any more Lian Li PC Z70B so any input on a case simular would be helpful..
  3. Capitalizing on the popularity of other sleek and minimalist cases on the market at the moment--see NZXT--InWin has announced two new cases to round out their offerings in the department. While the 707 and 703 aren't the exotic cases from the company's concept line I love, they should offer a nice option to the gamer that wants a sleeker case. Modders I think will also find plenty of case to cut into here. Both are available in a black/red or white/black, no word on pricing or release date yet. InWIn's product pages on the cases: http://www.inwin-style.com/en/goods.php?act=view&id=707 http://www.inwin-style.com/en/goods.php?act=view&id=703 Here's a quick glance at the full tower 707: And the spec sheet: The 703, the mid tower option: Specs:
  4. Hi all, I know its been awhile since I have been active on here, but to make up for it, I'm going to share my latest project. I have been working on this for the past few weeks and have finally gotten to the build phase of the project, which I will be sharing with you shortly. But for now, here is the initial concept and design. I wanted to do something simple and minimalist using some fun equipment that I had at my disposal, one of which was a 3D printer. So I decided to design a case using just 3D printed and laser cut acrylic parts. I am actually designing this for a friend of mine and he had a certain look he wanted to go for, he REALLY like the In-Win 904 case with that giant window on the side, so I did something similar, just out of 3D printed parts. Another feature I wanted to accomplish with this was a very clean looking motherboard tray with no visible holes for cable routing. To do this, all the parts are on standoffs and the wires will be routed behind their respective parts to the back panel. Currently the 3D printed parts are being printed and I should have them sometime next week, I will be ordering the laser cut parts as well next week. If anyone has any questions or comments, feel free to ask. Thanks for viewing!
  5. Thermaltake's new Core V71 may be worth checking out if you're looking for a new water cooling case or need a lot of airflow. Comes out-of-the-box ready for a 420 and 360 rad combo between the front and ceiling and has mounts for four 200mm fans, including 3 shipped with the case. Retails for $160 and gets release on 3/3/14. Link to Thermaltake's page on the Core V71
  6. Hello everyone, this is going to be an extension of the Phanteks Enthoo Primo review that I did. Apart from just being a review, the Enthoo as of now has become my personal computer that I use everyday for playing games, typing reviews, watching porn and other random activities. I would also try and answer any questions that you guys might have on the case. So feel free to send me your questions. Link to the review - Clicky Click Here This is how the build looks at the moment. well not exactly the same, I have started modding the front panel to allow for more air flow. Link to Mnpctech 240 Slotted Acrylic Radiator grill Here is how it looks at the moment: Take off the highlighted screws (I don't have photoshop or any advanced imaging tools on my work PC so please bare with me) Once that is done, take off the 4 screws that holds the front plate to the front panel. Once the screws are off, this is what you are left with: I got the MNPCTECH slotted 240mm grill in and what do you know its a perfect fit. The color and size are a perfect match. Next step is to screw in the grill, and button down the front. Next up we will look at something to do for the top panel.
  7. Andrew_k

    Corsair 900D! omg omg omg

    I'm sure you guys have seen it, but I feel like we need a discussion space. I like it, a lot. 2x480mm rads, 240mm, and 360mm all fit in this thing at the same time. LOLWUT http://www.corsair.com/900d
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