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Thread: Boreas MTEC Chassis

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    OK so as most of you know Im looking to burn some cash, Im an idiot that way. My latest insanity revolves around water cooling(again) Im looking at this case, pricey I know but what do you guys think?

    Boreas MTEC Chassis 12 TEC Chiller



    It around $800 US

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    Why would you you even consider spending that much on a case?



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    Cause Im an asshole bro. I dropped 600 on my HTPC case

    Thermaltake DH102 VH2001BNS



    I'm really talking out of my ass here though. A wise Clocker once told me to just get the swiftech kit and for $140 I just may before I jump in to this beast, eh, something to think about
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    Quote Originally Posted by Detale View Post
    Cause Im an asshole bro. I dropped 600 on my HTPC case

    Thermaltake DH102 VH2001BNS

    I'm really talking out of my ass here though. A wise Clocker once told me to just get the swiftech kit and for $140 I just may before I jump in to this beast, eh, something to think about
    That one is $200 less and 200 times as baddass.



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    Not a big fan of TEC-nology.
    (See what I did there?).
    Too much power consumption and higher risk of condensation issues.

    A TJ-07 is ideal for regular watercooling and a homebrew system would probably come very close performance-wise at considerably less cost.
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    Not a big fan of TEC-nology.
    (See what I did there?).
    Too much power consumption and higher risk of condensation issues.

    A TJ-07 is ideal for regular watercooling and a homebrew system would probably come very close performance-wise at considerably less cost.
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    You can say that again ( see what I did there)

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    Stupid forum.
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    $800 for a case .. WOW .... think u can donate to my college fund?
    Y dont u check out the new Lian Li range .. i heard its quite good for cooling blocks

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    sur what d ya need??

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