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Posted By : Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on July 22, 2003

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My question is a simple one I hope. I am getting ready to build my own computer and I am selection a case I found a killer case the "Koolance PC2-601BLW Tower Liquid Case". I feel it would be a case that I could always use and just upgrade the components inside when they go out to date but My buddy who is also pretty good with computer says its over kill and will still go out of date.

I was hopping I could get an opinion of someone with more of a finger on the pulse of things so to speak.



This question was answered on July 22, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Hi jack.

Seems like you going to get yourself a really cool case there hahaha.

As far as over kill goes that depends on the individual and love for computers I like to fancy up my computer system to so i can definately relate Some people don't The cooling case in my opinion is very nice but. there is always the danger of water leaking and things of that nature which could cause potential harm to your CPU and motherboard as well as other components It is a risk yet rewarding process Make sure you do your homework if you decide to go with this case But overall yes you can replace parts within the if need be, You have the option of just fan cooling or using water cooling which is good Its a nice size case and many optional bays for upgrade So i say if you have the money go for it and treat yourself to that Koolance case :)

Good luck

- Stanley Alexander

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on July 22, 2003

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