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Thermaltake Bigwater A80 Liquid-Cooling System Review
Some people set goals as getting mATX or even mITX case. There is nothing wrong with that as long as you know what you're doing. It isn't automatically true that just because case is smaller, airflow must suffer. There are many well done mATX/mITX cases (eg. Silverstone ones), where airflow is no worse than in most standard cases and temps you get are no different. They usually do not accomodate huge heatsinks like TR Archon/Macho, Phanteks or NH-D14, so CLC is sensible option. If you want AC with solid performance AND able to meet those size constraints, currently NH-C14 is about the best you can get, with its 105 mm without top fan and 130 mm with one - but you sure can get some low profile fans to fit it in lower cases. And it is much cheaper than those pesky, leaking... oh wait, no. It costs about the same as eg. Corsair H70, providing similar performance.
And BTW, I am running AC (Ninja mini) in my mATX case, which currently provides sufficient performance for my needs, so probably not upgrading to CLC and definitely not defending my purchase in case your agenda missed this.
You think only uneducated person can have a mATX case? <chuckle> And you think you're some sort of oracle to decide what choices are poor and what are not for everyone else? <sorry_couldn't_hold_that_one>
Maybe it will be better for you if you don't answer, as I sure fail to take you seriously, and I'm afraid I'm not the only one that fails to do so.
Thanks for entertainment, man. You are making my day.
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