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Is there a case that fits the MO-RA3?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, can't really find the information out there one way or the other, so I ask you all: Is there a case that fits the MORA3? I would think it would fit as like a side panel.

My thoughts if there isn't, is if there would be a way to mod a case to be able to have it replace the side panel. I imagine that would replace any need for any other fans in the case mind you, and unfortunately would take any possibility of a looks focused case (probably). but being able to have such a ridiculous amount of cooling all combined in a single case would be rather nice.

One possible way to mod this onto there would be to find a case where you can slide the side panel off of a hinge like system and then move the hinges onto the MORA3 itself.

Anyone else have any ideas?

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ive seen caselab cases (because they are using large door formats) done that way and removed quickly as they proved no need to mount that assembly on a PC case.

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The thermaltake W200 could do it

right side

 

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it's a lab workstation case so it isn't exactly pretty


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, airdeano said:

ive seen caselab cases (because they are using large door formats) done that way and removed quickly as they proved no need to mount that assembly on a PC case.

Shame that caselabs went out of business. *sad panda*

 

 

2 hours ago, aezakmi said:

The thermaltake W200 could do it

right side

 

C5w3rg8.jpg

 

it's a lab workstation case so it isn't exactly pretty

That's a good point, their Core system does give a lot of flexibility with this!

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Think I would just get the smallest case I can put my hardware in and look good and just use the stands and have the radiator outside. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 2/12/2019 at 7:16 AM, Mick Naughty said:

Think I would just get the smallest case I can put my hardware in and look good and just use the stands and have the radiator outside. 

I guess that is fair, just makes me nervous having a radiator "loose" from the case itself.

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36 minutes ago, Kiyometa said:

I guess that is fair, just makes me nervous having a radiator "loose" from the case itself.

It’s the exact same as having them in the case. Only more efficient. 


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2 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

It’s the exact same as having them in the case. Only more efficient. 

It is less performance and more the fact that the life giving fluids are running from hoses out of my computer to something unanchored to the case. XD

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11 minutes ago, Kiyometa said:

It is less performance and more the fact that the life giving fluids are running from hoses out of my computer to something unanchored to the case. XD

Well the case won’t be moving much. 

Gonna be a shitty time moving a large case especially filled with metal and liquid. Chassis flex is a large concern with certain components. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Well, to be honest, it is more of thought exercise than anything. I have an CM H500M case with a 400x200 rad in front, and will have a 280 rad on top as well soon, no plans on getting that beautiful beast at the moment.

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On 2/10/2019 at 6:44 PM, Kiyometa said:

Shame that caselabs went out of business. *sad panda*

 

 

That's a good point, their Core system does give a lot of flexibility with this!

fuck that dont buy from thermal trash.

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