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Stubbs (5) Results: 1-5 of 5
09-30-2011
Terrible fittings
I purchased two of these for my wifes build. Neither of them were water-tight and leaked during the leak-test period, even with pipe tape on the threads. The threads appear too short to form a good seal. I would avoid these at all cost for fear of leaks. I tossed them and settled for Enzotech fittings.
09-30-2011
Terrible fittings
I purchased two of these for my wifes build. Neither of them were water-tight and leaked during the leak-test period, even with pipe tape on the threads. The threads appear too short to form a good seal. I would avoid these at all cost for fear of leaks. I tossed them and settled for Enzotech fittings.
09-30-2011
Great Bang For Your Buck
I purchased this block for my wifes build. It was absolutely a pleasure to work with. It leaked with Bitspower "stubby" fittings, but I blame the fittings not the block because it is completely water tight with different fittings. Drop her temps dramatically on her Socket 768 Shuttle. Worked well with modded CPU mounting bracket. Looks great, works well, priced right. What more could you want?
04-17-2009
Great Case
Airflow and flexibility are both huge priorities in this case. There are plenty of spots for fans: 120mm up front; 120mm or 140mm in back; 2x 120mm or 140mm on left side; 2x 120mm or 1400mm up top; 120mm or 140mm on the bottom; 80x15mm on the right side, behind the processor socket. One thing of note is to check your power supply''s length... My Silverstone ST75F was long and prevents me from using the bottom fan mount. Overall this is a great case, with plenty of cable routing options, increased airflow, solid design, tool less drives... top notch.