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12-27-2001, 01:34 AM
Its either a PC70 or a Koolance.I dont want to watercool myself.
Both are the same price downunder!
What do you think?:confused:
12-27-2001, 04:58 AM
Without a thought - PC70. It's the space for a maximum air cool system with mod. And if you do decide to squeeze in a water system, this baby will have the space to accommodate whatever you throw in there.
Buying a Koolance case's is like buy a retail compaq desktop system. Yeah, it's does the job just find, but than you realize it has inferior design and parts than one built yourself. Spending money on computer components is one thing, throwing away your money is another. You know what I'm saying?
12-28-2001, 08:31 PM
I was thinking about getting a Koolance at one time, but then i relised that i didn't want a case made for me. So i bought my Chieftec Black Dragon (well actually Sanata Did) and decided to build my own water cooling rig in that case. I'm actually thinking of using koolance bits, since you can buy the bits seperatly. i.e. water block for CPU North Bridge and HDs .... but not the top unit with fans and radiator. However if you want a classy, pre-built little water cooler, then the Koolance might just be for you. It's had good reviews and comes recomended for overclockers too.
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