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    Too small If you really wanna see something REALLY big, look at Thermalright's HSC series:
    http://www.techreport.com/etc/2007q2...right2_big.jpg
    Basically it's the whole case door

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    Well... technically that's a whole case.

    I'd be afraid of Chantel coming up to it and bending up some of my radiator fins.

    In fact... does the case come with a rad comb?

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    but if you would put a side panel on it, wouldnt that severely obstruct the airflow to that huge fan on the scythe?

    the thermalright case looks more suited for something that would stand aside, so that it couldnt be harmed and that needs to be quiet. so pretty good for a file server if you can fit enough drives i think.

    edit: another thought if there are children or pets near it: how sharp are those fins?
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    wow, I really like the HSC-100, but you'd just about have to live in a clean room environment with something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Well... technically that's a whole case.
    Yea, it's marketed as a whole case, but with a little bit of Dremel work you can probably fit it to other cases as well (as a separate heatsink)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexk View Post
    Yea, it's marketed as a whole case, but with a little bit of Dremel work you can probably fit it to other cases as well (as a separate heatsink)
    but why would you want to?

    and that is something of a rhetorical question since the obvious, and too easy, answer would be, "because I can."
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    I wouldn't do that outside of the "because I can" factor simply because I like the way that case looks as is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrWicked1968 View Post
    but why would you want to?

    and that is something of a rhetorical question since the obvious, and too easy, answer would be, "because I can."
    Well, I'm not saying that I want to, I'm just saying that it's possible to do so.

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    no way I'll be able to lap these
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