Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question
Solved

whats best thermaltake case for thermaltake 3.0 water performer cpu liquid cooler?

Tags:
  • Cooling
  • Thermaltake
  • Cases
  • Components
  • CPUs
Last response: in Components
Share
June 11, 2014 4:31:07 PM

The case should be of thermaltake and supports cpu cooler as mentioned above

Specs

I7 4770k
Asus maximus hero vi
16GB (8x2) corsair Vengeance 1866 mhz
730W thermaltake psu
Thermaltake 3.0 water performer cpu liquid cooler
120gb kinston v300 ssd
4tb wd hdd

More about : whats thermaltake case thermaltake water performer cpu liquid cooler

a b à CPUs
June 11, 2014 9:13:54 PM

Can narrow down some that you like?
m
0
l
June 12, 2014 9:16:17 AM

TheMagicalWallaby said:
Can narrow down some that you like?


thanks for the reply

Yes, i like the urban mid towers.. it should be $80-90

m
0
l
Related resources
June 12, 2014 9:19:35 AM

Thermaltake Mid-Tower (VP300A1W2N)
is this chaser compatible with thermaltake 3.0 water cooling ?
m
0
l
a b à CPUs
June 12, 2014 10:33:48 AM

Arsh Rind said:
Thermaltake Mid-Tower (VP300A1W2N)
is this chaser compatible with thermaltake 3.0 water cooling ?


Yes it is.

But I am not sure if you know that there water cooler you have is compatible with more than thermal take cases. Any case that supports a 240mm radiator will support your cooler. I would take a look at some corsair, cooler master, fractal deign, and NZXT before you make your decision.

If you just want to buy a thermaltake case for some reason (maybe you like them a lot, I don't know), look up the reviews for ones in your price range, and see which suits you best.
m
1
l
June 12, 2014 6:40:07 PM

There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes
m
0
l

Best solution

a b à CPUs
June 12, 2014 7:04:10 PM

Arsh Rind said:
There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes


I will tell you a bit about this stuff. So the radiator that is apart of you liquid cooler can fit 2 120mm fans. That is what you would call a 240mm radiator. In order to fit those into a case, a case must say in its description that it supports at least a 240mm radiator or 2 120mm fans side by side (such as at the top a case, where fan mounts are common). If you had a 120mm radiator on you liquid cooler, you would only need one 120mm spot. If you had a 360mm radiator, then you would need 3 120mm fans spots all right next to each other.

I hope I helped. Tell me if you are confused.
Share
June 13, 2014 12:38:05 AM

TheMagicalWallaby said:
Arsh Rind said:
There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes


I will tell you a bit about this stuff. So the radiator that is apart of you liquid cooler can fit 2 120mm fans. That is what you would call a 240mm radiator. In order to fit those into a case, a case must say in its description that it supports at least a 240mm radiator or 2 120mm fans side by side (such as at the top a case, where fan mounts are common). If you had a 120mm radiator on you liquid cooler, you would only need one 120mm spot. If you had a 360mm radiator, then you would need 3 120mm fans spots all right next to each other.

I hope I helped. Tell me if you are confused.



So thermaltake 3.0 water performer has a 240mm radiator? I have asked tge person who send me all pc parts conforming that this cpu cooler will support case. Jst wana confirm it if u can
m
0
l
June 13, 2014 2:50:05 AM

Arsh Rind said:
The case should be of thermaltake and supports cpu cooler as mentioned above

Specs

I7 4770k
Asus maximus hero vi
16GB (8x2) corsair Vengeance 1866 mhz
730W thermaltake psu
Thermaltake 3.0 water performer cpu liquid cooler
120gb kinston v300 ssd
4tb wd hdd



I am using TT 3.0 water performer with CM 690III v good Casing with nice air flow had installed 2x for intake 120mm and 2x for exhaust and 2x on my radiator
m
0
l
June 13, 2014 2:50:52 AM

Arsh Rind said:
TheMagicalWallaby said:
Arsh Rind said:
There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes


I will tell you a bit about this stuff. So the radiator that is apart of you liquid cooler can fit 2 120mm fans. That is what you would call a 240mm radiator. In order to fit those into a case, a case must say in its description that it supports at least a 240mm radiator or 2 120mm fans side by side (such as at the top a case, where fan mounts are common). If you had a 120mm radiator on you liquid cooler, you would only need one 120mm spot. If you had a 360mm radiator, then you would need 3 120mm fans spots all right next to each other.

I hope I helped. Tell me if you are confused.



So thermaltake 3.0 water performer has a 240mm radiator? I have asked tge person who send me all pc parts conforming that this cpu cooler will support case. Jst wana confirm it if u can


it is 120mm cpu cooler :) 
m
1
l
June 13, 2014 8:58:59 AM

TheMagicalWallaby said:
Arsh Rind said:
There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes


I will tell you a bit about this stuff. So the radiator that is apart of you liquid cooler can fit 2 120mm fans. That is what you would call a 240mm radiator. In order to fit those into a case, a case must say in its description that it supports at least a 240mm radiator or 2 120mm fans side by side (such as at the top a case, where fan mounts are common). If you had a 120mm radiator on you liquid cooler, you would only need one 120mm spot. If you had a 360mm radiator, then you would need 3 120mm fans spots all right next to each other.

I hope I helped. Tell me if you are confused.



that helped alot now I get the phenomenon of radiators and the cooling system i have has just one fan means its a 120mm radiator and seeing the description of thermaltake case that i want i.e Thermaltake Mid-Tower (VP300A1W2N) describes its system

Cooling System Front (intake) :
120 x 120 x 25 mm Turbo fan x 1 (1000rpm, 16dBA)
120 x 120 x 25 mm (optional)
Rear (exhaust) :
120 x 120 x 25 mm Blue LED fan (1000rpm,16dBA)
Top (exhaust) : (optional)
120 x 120 x 25 mm fan x 2 or 140 x 140 x 25 mm fan x 2
Bottom (Intake) : (optional)
120 x 120 x 25 mm fan

so its pretty much compatible
the thing which worries me most is that i just got this build after installing OS the temp raised high initially it was 40-45 C then it reached 90-95 on stock cooler of i7 4770k with no over-clocking, it ceased the process of installing updates and showed a blue screen of some service failure after that temp kept high
after booting through ssd it showed at startup with updates progess but it froze screen so I couldn't do any thing on it so turned the computer off and got a liquid cooler but unfortunately case was not supporting it...
is it normal what happened to my system ?
what should i do to avoid any damage to system
i have contacted to company from which i bought system they r distributor of Asus, he told me to update my Asus maximus VI hero Bios, the stock cooler should not show that much temp with no over clocking...
do u think is that's the soultion ?
m
0
l
June 13, 2014 9:00:39 AM

thugslife said:
Arsh Rind said:
The case should be of thermaltake and supports cpu cooler as mentioned above

Specs

I7 4770k
Asus maximus hero vi
16GB (8x2) corsair Vengeance 1866 mhz
730W thermaltake psu
Thermaltake 3.0 water performer cpu liquid cooler
120gb kinston v300 ssd
4tb wd hdd



I am using TT 3.0 water performer with CM 690III v good Casing with nice air flow had installed 2x for intake 120mm and 2x for exhaust and 2x on my radiator



thats great but am unlucky in that matter CM cases are not avaliable here or out of stock
m
0
l
June 13, 2014 10:47:28 AM

Arsh Rind said:
thugslife said:
Arsh Rind said:
The case should be of thermaltake and supports cpu cooler as mentioned above

Specs

I7 4770k
Asus maximus hero vi
16GB (8x2) corsair Vengeance 1866 mhz
730W thermaltake psu
Thermaltake 3.0 water performer cpu liquid cooler
120gb kinston v300 ssd
4tb wd hdd



I am using TT 3.0 water performer with CM 690III v good Casing with nice air flow had installed 2x for intake 120mm and 2x for exhaust and 2x on my radiator



thats great but am unlucky in that matter CM cases are not avaliable here or out of stock


you can buy a chaser A31 mid tower Or a chase A71 full tower Chasis
m
1
l
June 13, 2014 12:11:03 PM

thugslife said:
Arsh Rind said:
thugslife said:
Arsh Rind said:









you can buy a chaser A31 mid tower Or a chase A71 full tower Chasis






thanks lot yes am going with A31 .. and its on the way thank both of u guys for giving ur precious time
:) :love: 
m
0
l
a b à CPUs
June 13, 2014 4:46:58 PM

Arsh Rind said:
TheMagicalWallaby said:
Arsh Rind said:
There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes


I will tell you a bit about this stuff. So the radiator that is apart of you liquid cooler can fit 2 120mm fans. That is what you would call a 240mm radiator. In order to fit those into a case, a case must say in its description that it supports at least a 240mm radiator or 2 120mm fans side by side (such as at the top a case, where fan mounts are common). If you had a 120mm radiator on you liquid cooler, you would only need one 120mm spot. If you had a 360mm radiator, then you would need 3 120mm fans spots all right next to each other.

I hope I helped. Tell me if you are confused.



So thermaltake 3.0 water performer has a 240mm radiator? I have asked tge person who send me all pc parts conforming that this cpu cooler will support case. Jst wana confirm it if u can


Oh wait sorry, I thought that you had the lager version. No, yours is a 120mm version. Sorry
m
0
l
June 14, 2014 9:32:52 AM

TheMagicalWallaby said:
Arsh Rind said:
TheMagicalWallaby said:
Arsh Rind said:
There is very limited number of cases avaliable in where I live. Thermaltake is the one thats avaliable commonly nzxt n all.rest are either not avaliable.locally or out of stock for a long time
I have already bought this cooling system was curious if everything is compatible with everything I didnt get you about the support of radiator as im unaware of much hardware stuff of computers am in my learning age and any tips and knowledge is welcome. All the parts are already bought so cant make changes


I will tell you a bit about this stuff. So the radiator that is apart of you liquid cooler can fit 2 120mm fans. That is what you would call a 240mm radiator. In order to fit those into a case, a case must say in its description that it supports at least a 240mm radiator or 2 120mm fans side by side (such as at the top a case, where fan mounts are common). If you had a 120mm radiator on you liquid cooler, you would only need one 120mm spot. If you had a 360mm radiator, then you would need 3 120mm fans spots all right next to each other.

I hope I helped. Tell me if you are confused.



So thermaltake 3.0 water performer has a 240mm radiator? I have asked tge person who send me all pc parts conforming that this cpu cooler will support case. Jst wana confirm it if u can


Oh wait sorry, I thought that you had the lager version. No, yours is a 120mm version. Sorry




never mind i got ur point there.. Thanks alot for help :) 
m
0
l
!