SilverStone FT02 and Water-Cooling

Hi guys... I'm new to tom's hardware and I am looking at building my first PC.

I definitely want to water-cool and I am still deciding whether or not to go with a closed loop or a custom loop.

I have been looking at the SilverStone FT02 and I came to the conclusion that it would be the safest case to use for water-cooling.

The logic behind this is because the motherboard is rotated 90 degrees, if a leak were to occur it would just fall onto the bottom of the case(with fans and radiators) rather than on the graphics card?

Am I correct in saying this? Because if so, it would definitely convince me to choose the custom-loop route rather than a closed loop!
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