I will be purchasing an XSPC RX360 watercooling kit in July, and I'm kind of stuck on what case to get that would be able to house a triple radiator. I don't want to go all out and get a super expensive case like the Corsair 800D. Are there any good but not overly expensive cases that would be able to house the RX360?
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originally i was going to go with upgrading my sandy bridge system by adding a triple radiator, but now i think i'll be building a new bulldozer machine and using an XSPC RX240 instead, which is a 240mm radiator. what case should i get now? would the cooler master storm enforcer do fine? or do you have any other suggestions (preferably with a side window)
Or buy a normal tower chassis with 10x 5 1/4" bays in the front. a typical 3x120mm rad should fit in where the 5 1/4" bays are normally placed. My rad is a 3x140mm which are wider and can almost go in there.
If you do it like that, then make the fans push from the front, through the rad into the computer. It give pretty good cooling in the chassis.
This is with the 3x140mm radiator, which is a little too wide to go completely inside the chassis, but your 3x120mm should be fine.