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Looking for a new case

I'm looking for a new case to fit my upgrade next year. I'll get two 2080 (ti maybe) and I want to watercool and oc them and my cpu, so the case should be able to fit two 360mm radiators but I also need at least one ODD bay. The only case that I've found so far is the Cooler Master Cosmos C700M, does anybody have any other recommendations for me?

Thanks in advance^^

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5 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

lian-li pcO11 would be a great choise here. not that expensive too

And it's bloody beautiful.

Also the Evolv X has  TONNE of features, so I'd go with either of them. 

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2 hours ago, -Gandolf- said:

I'm looking for a new case to fit my upgrade next year. I'll get two 2080 (ti maybe) and I want to watercool and oc them and my cpu, so the case should be able to fit two 360mm radiators but I also need at least one ODD bay. The only case that I've found so far is the Cooler Master Cosmos C700M, does anybody have any other recommendations for me?

Thanks in advance^^

Couple of things to consider:

Thickness of RADS or push/pull setups. Many cases that list 360mm support are slim 360 rads but might not support thicker rads (50mm+)

Cases like the Define R6 and the C700M Support a 5.25 Bay and dual 360mm RADS, but you have to remove that 5.25" bay if you want 360mm rad support at the top

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5 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

Couple of things to consider:

Thickness of RADS or push/pull setups. Many cases that list 360mm support are slim 360 rads but might not support thicker rads (50mm+)

Cases like the Define R6 and the C700M Support a 5.25 Bay and dual 360mm RADS, but you have to remove that 5.25" bay if you want 360mm rad support at the top

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Form what Ive read, the C700M supports a 360 radiator in the top with the 5.25" bay in place, guess I have to do some more research. 

The thickness shouldn't be a problem though, since the C700M supports 70mm max thickness in the top and I may have to consider ditching the PSU shroud to get more space for the radiators.

Thank you very much.

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Keep in mind that for the c700p it only supports a 360mm radiator top with the optical bay removed. Given how the internals are pretty much the same with the c700m, I'm guessing a c700m won't fit a 360mm top either with the optical bay.

 

You can apparently move the top radiator mount down to the bottom which should theoretically allow for a 420mm rad bottom and a 360mm in the front provided they're not in each others way.

 

Here's a couple pics of a c700p build I found with radiators front and bottom.

 

https://ibb.co/ianNq6

https://ibb.co/eRkmHm

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