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Looking for Great PC Case for Water Cooling

I am building my first water cooled rig, I was going to go with the cooler master HAF X case until I was told it wouldn't be good for my water cooling system. I am going to water cool my dual SLI GTX 980 TI graphics cards and my i7-5930K CPU. I'm going to run and dual loop, one for the GPUs and the other for over clocking my CPU. I need a case that will allow me to have two cylindrical reservoirs, room for push/pull fan set ups, side panel windows, preferably steel, and specific water cooling features. I like the more modern sleek look as well. Tell me what you all think would be the best case options!

Thanks.
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    Enthoo primo
  2. I have the Thermaltake Core V21, loads of space and possible configurations for watercooling. But I'm not an expert on reservoir mounting.

    http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Mid_Tower_/Core/C_00002559/Core_V21/design.htm

    My only niggle is the front fan filter gets grey quickly with dust and it doesn't come out well with a vacuum cleaner
  3. Bossyfins said:
    Enthoo primo


    Yeah I really like this one, but what is the width maximum for my rads? Will my EK CoolStream XE 480 fit?
  4. On the top near the motherboard, over 70 milimeters rads can
  5. Bossyfins said:
    On the top near the motherboard, over 70 milimeters rads can


    Yeah I know the "depth" would be 70mm or less, but what about the width? would I be able to put the windowed side panel back on?
  6. Not sure what you mean...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rg_DzdHGgN4


    Oh,, do you mean like what rads you can put?

    https://youtu.be/rg_DzdHGgN4?t=8m22s
  7. Bossyfins said:


  8. https://youtu.be/rg_DzdHGgN4?t=8m22s

    I think this is what you are looking for. Sorry if I seem stupid for trying to figure out what your asking :c
  9. Bossyfins said:
    https://youtu.be/rg_DzdHGgN4?t=8m22s

    I think this is what you are looking for. Sorry if I seem stupid for trying to figure out what your asking :c


    No you're fine! Thanks for trying to help, I guess this is where my question comes from :

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIpoC65bpX4

    go to time spot 19:12
  10. As it shows later in the video, it was caused by the shroud. So it depends on what rad you will use.
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