Published on 29th August 2008 by
Originally Posted by DougEdey
Is the build quality 6/10 just because of the front hatches?
Originally Posted by DougEdeyJust modify the case, run an extension to the HDD port...
Originally Posted by DougEdeyI think you're right, I'm still getting one as I am very much a minimalist case design person, even though I don't watercool, but the ports at the back of the case look like they've designed it so the pipes can go out to a passive radiator, as I mention above there should be enough space for an internal radiator, especially since people have squeezed one into the original 360 case.
I wouldn't go for a window personally, but I can imagine people will fit a side panel window (for the board) and then a top window & a DVD window
Originally Posted by DougEdeySince you're watercooling it surely it's not going to heat up the water within the blocks is it?
Originally Posted by JamieThe fact that the case has watercooling ports suggests the the radiator should be mounted externally. I personally have never understood these ports since have bits of your watercooling external to your system makes it a pain in the ass to move and spoils the looks.
Originally Posted by Votey1. Maybe there is a way to cram that HUGE power brick into some of that empty space, so the unit only needs a standard PC power cable.
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