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PC case with space for 2 360 rads and good airflow needed

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello all,

 

I am currently using the amazing looking Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG case, but well the airflow in this case is shite and that is putting it mildly ;)  So I am looking for a case to replace it with, looks do not matter to me, I am simply looking for a case that can house 2 360 rads and has good airflow so I can transplant my current build over.


Price would be below 200 euro.


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17 hours ago, Carde said:

I am currently using the amazing looking Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX TG case, but well the airflow in this case is shite and that is putting it mildly ;) So I am looking for a case to replace it with, looks do not matter to me, I am simply looking for a case that can house 2 360 rads and has good airflow so I can transplant my current build over.

What rad thickneses?

 

The Meshify S2, Phanteks P600S and Coolermaster H500P Mesh all have Mesh front intakes and can hold dual 360mm rads (slims definitely, Varying thicknesses can work but only one can be thick, the other has to be slim.)


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3 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

What rad thickneses?

 

The Meshify S2, Phanteks P600S and Coolermaster H500P Mesh all have Mesh front intakes and can hold dual 360mm rads (slims definitely, Varying thicknesses can work but only one can be thick, the other has to be slim.)

Thin ones, black ice something from the top of my head from hardware labs. had to be thin to fit them into my current case.


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2 minutes ago, Carde said:

Thin ones, black ice something from the top of my head from hardware labs. had to be thin to fit them into my current case.

GTS ones? Those are what I run, IIRC they're 30mm, barely thicker than most AIOs so they fit in most cases. 


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