Yeah, that looks like a nice case. But I'm planning to buy a sturdy case with many fans in it. I don't want to go through the risks with water cooling.I'm not sure what your requirements are, but I bought a Gigabyte Triton 180 case and have been very happy with it. Lots of room inside, plenty of slots for drives, two very quiet 120mm case fans, and front panel USB and Firewire ports. All the cables tuck out of the way neatly, and there's nothing interfering with a big CPU cooler. It's also "tool less" if you need that.
I second this opinion on the Antec 900. I just built my new rig today using one of those, and it's a beauty. The fans run super quiet, and the case is really well built. It's hands-down one of the best computer cases available right now.The Antec Nine Hundred is one of the best cases, imo, that's ever been assembled. Personally, I love Cooler Master and Thermaltake cases, but it's up to you. Although, I don't know if you're trying to set a trend or make your case look "cooler" than others, but the Antec Nine Hundred is a very popular case. Either way, who cares and you can't go wrong with that case from Antec.
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