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    hi all,
    i saw reviews for thermaltake spedo advanced n i found it very good....i am thinking of buying it....
    i want to know if i can fit a asus Rampage II Extreme into it.........becase it supports ATX & M-ATX motherbords only.........
    And which is the best all in one liquid cooling kit for intel core i7 (920) and Ati Radeon 5850.......
    thank you!

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    Ok, I have the Speedo Advance Case I've been using it for past fortnight or so, great case should fit your mobo no problem, it has great cable management, is putting out decent temps I'm currently at 41-45C idle/load. One problem i have found is the handle for the side door.

    The springs are too strong for the door and it becomes hard to open it is easy to fix with some lube but can be annoying when u need to get into your case and have no lube to remedy the situation. If you Google this you will find a few easy ways to remedy this otherwise its a great case.

    Not sure about water cooling systems i myself am still yet to Buy and install mine.
    If u really dislike Fans this may not be the case for you as even though the Fans are quite they are still audible (i have one that is buzzing away like crazy, i am pretty sure its my stock cpu cooler though).

    The tool less installation is decent i still have my DVD drive screwed in but that's because i was a little bit anal about it, it is however unnecessary same with HDD installation (side installation faces towards motherboard side of case can be relocated however for easy access afaik) will also hold any graphics card with ease.

    Size wise the case is a beast, it dwarfs my 24' monitor
    If you have any more questions i would be more than happy to help.
    But for now, Paging Dr. Deton We have a new WC patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    But for now, Paging Dr. Deton We have a new WC patient.
    You called?


    Quote Originally Posted by kandyman View Post
    And which is the best all in one liquid cooling kit for intel core i7 (920) and Ati Radeon 5850.......
    thank you!
    Welcome to PUREOC!

    First, what is your budget on the water cooling?

    Second, there are not many kit available that is capable to handle i7 and a GPU, especially when you overclock the CPU.

    It's look like you have to custom build WC system here.

    Edit: btw, you should stay away from that case if you want to do WC setup, there are more uer friendly for WC out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    You called?
    Edit: btw, you should stay away from that case if you want to do WC setup, there are more uer friendly for WC out there.
    Yeah, not exactly the most WC friendly case i may end up purchasing a silverstone or lian li when i get my setup.
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    thank you Benji & Dr. Deton.......

    Doc. my budget 4 liquid cooling is around $600........
    n i am not a big fan of WC,i want to do it just cause it looks cool.........
    i am in love with Tt spedo.....is there no chancee that this case can take WC?????
    i will also b happy with a diff fan coller for i7.....only if it can keep d tempratures to a level when i overclock....


    i have a AMD athlon 64X2 3.2ghz and a asus m3a878-em right now with nvidia 8600gt...
    i have a problem building my own WC kit.......i live in PUNE.....in INDIA.....n i have searched a lot for water blocks for my cpu.....but i cudnt find ne...... even not in Mumbai(Bombay).....i guess u have heard about this place atleast.......thats d reason m looking for complete kits.......swiftech H20-220 is available here....what do u think about that????
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    Quote Originally Posted by kandyman View Post
    thank you Benji & Dr. Deton.......

    Doc. my budget 4 liquid cooling is around $600........
    n i am not a big fan of WC,i want to do it just cause it looks cool.........
    i am in love with Tt spedo.....is there no chancee that this case can take WC?????
    i will also b happy with a diff fan coller for i7.....only if it can keep d tempratures to a level when i overclock....


    i have a AMD athlon 64X2 3.2ghz and a asus m3a878-em right now with nvidia 8600gt...
    i have a problem building my own WC kit.......i live in PUNE.....in INDIA.....n i have searched a lot for water blocks for my cpu.....but i cudnt find ne...... even not in Mumbai(Bombay).....i guess u have heard about this place atleast.......thats d reason m looking for complete kits.......swiftech H20-220 is available here....what do u think about that????
    what are other available cases in India?
    I don't think it worth for you to importing, it will cost you an arm and a leg. Yes, Swiftech H20-220 is a good starter kit.

    However, you said:
    i am not a big fan of WC,i want to do it just cause it looks cool.........
    then don't do it. A good air cooler will do a good job for your Athlon64.

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    Doc....u r really fast.........
    i can get coolermaster,Nzxt,silverstone,.......i even checked if Lian LI was available but i can get only 1 case n its not good....its a mid-tower........
    Importing is a bad idea.......i was thinking of doing it but including all the taxes...i would have to pay twice the price of d product..
    and i asked you about WC for new i7 920 i am buying.........i am planning to overclock it upto 3.5ghz.....
    is there any air cooler which will keep it cool enough????....or should i get a WC kit???like the Swiftech H20-220.....and if not.........wat do you suggest????wat all wuld u use 2 bild ur own WC kit with these components.....
    (these are the components that i am buying.....CPU & GPU will both be overclocked)
    1.Intel core i7 920
    2.Asus Rampage II Extreme
    3.corsair 6Gb kit (1600mhz)
    4.Ati Radeon HD 5850(i'll buy 1..if not enough,i'll crossfireX )
    5.Corsair 1000hx(modular)PSU...
    i want WC for this setup with CPU & GPU Overclocked...............

    I am sorry if i am making it difficult for you......i guess i made a mistake not telling you that i wanted it for my new setup!

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    if 3.5Ghz that what you're going after then a good high end air cooler such at Thermalright TRUE are good enough or you can go with CoolIt Domino or Corsair H50 watercooling kits. They cost the same as high end air cooler. Save the money to put into a good case and you can upgrade to WC later down on the road if it's neccessary.

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    I am using the Corsair H50 at the moment and running my 950 at 4ghz with descent temps so if you plan to oc till 3.5ghz you dont need to do custom wc a stand alone liquid system or a good air cooling should be fine (the current H50 i have will go to my brother's new rig on a 920 and oc to maybe 3,8ghz).Concerning the gpu i really dont know any stand alone systems from experience i think Coolit has some solutions,people here know Coolit systems from first hand and can guide you better but i have the feeling you might find trouble fitting 2 stand alone wc systems in your case.

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    wheelsdeal......thank you....
    Do u think if i fit swiftech h20-220 apex ultima plus it will give me good results??????
    Doc.Deton........sorry for asking this q's again but i am so frustrated with d retailers and peripheral dealers out here..:$...i always have to compromise with all d components....they would never have what i want......its just annoying......
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    Quote Originally Posted by kandyman View Post
    wheelsdeal......thank you....
    Do u think if i fit swiftech h20-220 apex ultima plus it will give me good results??????
    Doc.Deton........sorry for asking this q's again but i am so frustrated with d retailers and peripheral dealers out here..:$...i always have to compromise with all d components....they would never have what i want......its just annoying......
    Yes, just make sure the kit have new Apogee XT cpu block, the GTZ is the old version. The XT block is out perform the GTZ. XT block is more suitable for core i7 than the GTZ.

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