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    Im looking for a large roomy case to transer my pc to any one know where to find some? and i have been googling it

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    ive antec nine hundred very big its got 4 fans one of wich is 220mm i think maby 200 the rest are 120mm very nice case i recomend it, its got room for 5 fans btw

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    not big enough i want one thats large enough to hold up to two different watercooling kits (pump,rad hoses, etc) also one that will be plenty larger enough to hold two 8800 gtx's without getting cramped. I was looking at the Fatal1ty case by Zalman but from what i have read it seems that tower is no good

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    Quote Originally Posted by fr35h View Post
    not big enough i want one thats large enough to hold up to two different watercooling kits (pump,rad hoses, etc) also one that will be plenty larger enough to hold two 8800 gtx's without getting cramped. I was looking at the Fatal1ty case by Zalman but from what i have read it seems that tower is no good
    First of all, what are your budget? and are you incline in case mod?
    Here are some ideas for you. Get two mid-towers, one are big enough to hold 2 8800gtx, these card are 10" long. Use the second case for all your water cooling.

    Why do you have 2 diff water coolers? Are you planning to water cool every single piece of the hardware? Darn, you much be rich.

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    haha this build is far off in the future so I'll be saving money as time goes on. I just wanted to do some research into cases and case mods. I was thinking about a double wide computer I was hoping that somewhere there was a company that made them.

    I want two water coolers because i want one for the cpu, chipset and ram and another one for the gpus. Thus keeping temperatures even lower

    I'm not planning on putting this computer together till around October. I just wanted to know where I'm at when it comes to towers. Portability doesn't even matter cause I'm sticking it in the corner and leaving it there forever

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    how about one of these

    check the cases forum for pics of that case, someone here has one.

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    or you can get one of these retarded no-shell cases but kinda big:
    http://www.xoxide.com/hspc-tech-stat...rge-black.html

    Im sure you can rig something up from this
    What?

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    must admit Jameson those mountainmod towers look awesome i may pick one up thanks man

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    Well, here are a few that came to mind:

    Lian Li PC-V2100A
    Thermaltake Mozart
    Silverstone Temjin TJ09
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    the Mozart was nice and HUGE full of room for watercooling goodness thanx buddy

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    i quite like the Tai-Chi, someone i know has one and its a really nice looking case, it might not be big enough for your needs though.

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