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    Danger Den is one company that customizes in acrylic cases to suit various needs and aesthetic preferences. And today we're looking at the Black Series Tower 21, a full tower clear case that seeks to make a big impression. Want a new water cooling setup? Want some unique styling? Read on, the Danger Den Tower 21 might be just up your alley.



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    Wow, that's different. Really interesting.

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    Definitely different! Nice jake!

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    Nice, and I like that they added white glowes in the box. Did you use them?

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    Yes absolutely one of my pet peeves is finger prints, as a matter of fact I kept them for future use in a zip lock bag. Danger Den makes on hell of a case everything you need for it is included in the packaging, hands down the best case I have reviewed yet.

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    That's huge!! It looks cool though

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    Yes absolutely one of my pet peeves is finger prints, as a matter of fact I kept them for future use in a zip lock bag. Danger Den makes on hell of a case everything you need for it is included in the packaging, hands down the best case I have reviewed yet.
    zip lock...good thinking

    Case looks awesome, been looking at those DD-cases for some time.
    How would the watercooling work out if you had a CF or SLI setup in there? It looks abit crowded in the bottom.

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    It's definitely big case and blings and no way this case can stay in the bed room or TV room.

    How did you install the res Steve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil' Dead View Post
    That's huge!! It looks cool though
    It's not that big really, just like a mid-sized Tower.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    It's definitely big case and blings and no way this case can stay in the bed room or TV room.

    How did you install the res Steve?
    I installed it on the outside of the chassis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoatNapp3r View Post
    zip lock...good thinking

    Case looks awesome, been looking at those DD-cases for some time.
    How would the watercooling work out if you had a CF or SLI setup in there? It looks abit crowded in the bottom.
    It wouldn't be an issue depending on what card you have, I did have the 5970 in there but it died prior to the photo's so I had to switch it out for the 5770. with the 5970 installed there was about 1/4" between the end of the card and the rad.

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    Nice build and review Steve!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    It's not that big really, just like a mid-sized Tower.


    I installed it on the outside of the chassis.
    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    It wouldn't be an issue depending on what card you have, I did have the 5970 in there but it died prior to the photo's so I had to switch it out for the 5770. with the 5970 installed there was about 1/4" between the end of the card and the rad.
    bummer....if that the case then get a special bracket to allow you to mount the res right on the radiator.

    If you use shorter graphic card then you still can use your 250mm res and if you use longer card then you have to get the 150mm res so you can mount it at the first fan area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    bummer....if that the case then get a special bracket to allow you to mount the res right on the radiator.

    If you use shorter graphic card then you still can use your 250mm res and if you use longer card then you have to get the 150mm res so you can mount it at the first fan area.
    Exactly, just make sure the res you have will work with your gear and order the bracket to mount.

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    Really a great looking case I like it a lot. I also like the fact that they put those holes for your screw driver right were you need them the most, sure makes it easy to lock down your video card and not have to go in at an angle to tighten them down and the fact that they build it to order is awesome!
    I can picture mine with the acrylic being a dark black limo tint color, So with my case lighting on you can see it all and with it off its all hidden, Great review Steve I really like that build!

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    Thanks Vinny it is a great case. I did change the setup to make it look a little cleaner but ran out of zip ties LOL just my luck.

    Last edited by smduff; 14-03-2011 at 16:35.

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    haha...Steve I can see your head, table lamp, fan ....(should I go on?) in the glass
    Tip: never take a pic directly in front the glass or mirror because it will pick up all of the reflection.

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