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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Codyman125 said:

The misplayed is what separates the power supply from the rest of the case. It depends how you want to get through that plate.

Would I have to drill a hole or is there any other case you recommend to water cool in I know the fractal define s but I feel like too many people use that and i heard it not all that good of a case or should I stay with the x71 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Codyman125 said:

The misplayed is what separates the power supply from the rest of the case. It depends how you want to get through that plate.

This person used soft tubing but could i do the same thing he did but with hard tubing but maybe cut the grommet out


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I have no real experience with the x71, but it looks pretty nice for water cooling from the marketing a least. Phanteks makes nice cases too, I use an Enthoo Luxe, and love it for watercooling, but it will only take 1 360 rad and 1 240 rad.

 

As far as soft tubing goes, you could use it to pipe the basement of your system, but bear in mind that you'll need different fittings for that.


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