CM Storm Enforcer + Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro

Hi guys, Im finally getting my first gaming build in a few weeks from now and would like to get water cooling for my cpu.

Does anyone know if a TT Water 2.0 Pro cpu cooling system with two 120mm fans attached can fit onto the back 120mm vent of a CM Storm Enforcer Case without obstructing anything?

I would also like to know if anyone thinks changing the two stock TT 120mm fans with something like these:

Would increase airflow and performance while keeping things quieter? Any other fan suggestions will be much appreciated.


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  1. Noctua NH-D14, that is all.

    The TT coolers suck.
  2. The reviews on newegg say otherwise lol
  3. Planning on using Corsair Vengeance RAM too
  4. with water cooling i would do it properly (custom loop) or not at all (properly isnt an all in one unit, a h100 gets close to acceptable with the dual 120 rad on an average sys, but thats not what your asking) they just get to noisy when run hard, noisier than big air cooling in my limited experience. i agree with something along the lines of Noctua NH-D14 less points for failure too
  5. Allright thanks for the advice.
  6. Even for a H100 would adding aftermarket fans increase performance by much?
  7. Actually just found all the information i needed, should have done more research before hand lol. Thanks anyway :)
  8. Newegg reviews?

    Are you crazy? :heink:

    If you're going to spend the money on an H100 and aftermarket fans, might as well do a custom loop.
  9. Newegg reviews are pretty worthless much of the get a lot of people that have absolutely no idea what they are reviewing on or about...and to be perfectly honest, people who watercool don't buy their gear from Newegg, anyway.

    Closed loop coolers are designed for people who are looking for aftermarket CPU cooling and want to one-up their friends with their 'liquid cooler'. They do work, but only about as well as the other good air coolers out there.
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