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Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 10:50pm

I'd say this is more of a stylish cooler with emphasis on saving some space. Looks absolutely perfect for home theater system.
I seriously love the looks and I haven't even seen it with my own eyes.
The cooling performance seems similar, but I think I'll go with a HAFX so I can mount a 200mm rad in the front a 360x120mm on top and a 140mm in the back.

I have a 480mm on the front and a 360mm on top. It's a pretty awesome config.

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Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 10:56pm

I'd say this is more of a stylish cooler with emphasis on saving some space. Looks absolutely perfect for home theater system.
I seriously love the looks and I haven't even seen it with my own eyes.
The cooling performance seems similar, but I think I'll go with a HAFX so I can mount a 200mm rad in the front a 360x120mm on top and a 140mm in the back.

I have a 480mm on the front and a 360mm on top. It's a pretty awesome config.
How many drive bays are you missing?
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ToTheSun!

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Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 11:41pm

How many drive bays are you missing?

Drive bays? You mean all of those things i unriveted off to make space for my beautiful 480mm radiator with 8 fans? Well, all of them, i guess.

Let's be honest: who needs them?

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Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 11:42pm

How many drive bays are you missing?

Drive bays? You mean all of those things i unriveted off to make space for my beautiful 480mm radiator with 8 fans? Well, all of them, i guess.

Let's be honest: who needs them?

I think I recall a HDD taped somewhere in the images now that I think about it haha

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Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 11:56pm

How many drive bays are you missing?

Drive bays? You mean all of those things i unriveted off to make space for my beautiful 480mm radiator with 8 fans? Well, all of them, i guess.

Let's be honest: who needs them?

I think I recall a HDD taped somewhere in the images now that I think about it haha
Yeah, since I am not going to tri-SLI titans I don't think I need that kind of raddage.


I'll go with the triple 120 top for my 3570k and just get a VAPOR-x 7950, might think of watercooling that at one point, but that is beyond my current budget. And by the time I get to water cooling it I might as well buy a new card with a full water block since the VAPOR-x doesn't have any full covers as far as I know.
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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 12:08am

I think I recall a HDD taped somewhere in the images now that I think about it haha

Except i don't have an HDD.

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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 12:19am

HAF cases look ugly as sin. HAF XB is acceptable though.

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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 12:45am

HAF cases look ugly as sin. HAF XB is acceptable though.
Ugly me arse. TBH IDGAF if the case looks chunky. If it has good airflow and fits what I need in it, great! good case.
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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 12:58am

HAF cases look ugly as sin. HAF XB is acceptable though.
Ugly me arse. TBH IDGAF if the case looks chunky. If it has good airflow and fits what I need in it, great! good case.

If it's going to be around me for a while and I'm going to be looking at it often, It better look nice. Which is why I have one of these

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Wednesday, March 6th 2013, 1:02am

HAF cases look ugly as sin. HAF XB is acceptable though.
Ugly me arse. TBH IDGAF if the case looks chunky. If it has good airflow and fits what I need in it, great! good case.

If it's going to be around me for a while and I'm going to be looking at it often, It better look nice. Which is why I have one of these

Under the desk FTW.

As long as it does not look ridiculous, and it has nice airflow I want it.
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