That was the thought ... well one of them... even a "wrap" would work. I once tried to make a ankle wrap from one of those blue gell things ya keep in freezer ... it had been punctured so I squeezed out the goo tried to caulk some tube fittings on it and run water thru using a rubbermaid tub thingie filled with ice and cold water .... had to put mattress in yard to dry ... I don't think neighbors believed my explanation.How about this: Use a TEC. Put the hot side on the case top and the cold side on a water block. Plumb that cold water block onto the output side of your radiator and get the liquid cooler on its way to other components.
OK, there ya go ... sure came in handy didn't it ? I used mine for the first time outside of work about a few weeks ago. I had to deliver some of those "record electronic documents to various parties so brought a few DVDs with me. But also, I was staying in an old friend / colleague's house. I have been playing an MMO for about 12 years ... since this trip was longer than the usual, I thot I'd bring the game with me. Have two thumb drives but they were full with business stuff I might need.I have not opened my Blu-Ray drive in at least a year as most installs are downloads or OS installs are done via USB.
From my PoV, it's your inference is off the mark. The author, appropriately and logically stayed "on topic" by comparing the subject case with similar cases ... similar in price, similar in size. All my comments where "in the context" of the review, cases with a size and price of the subject case and the cases it was compared with ***in the article**.As for the 900D, he said, and I quote "Wow a corsair case that actually supports a 360mm radiator?". While I agree to compare apples to apples to imply that no Corsair case has ever supported a 360mm radiator before this is quite silly.
Again, no one "implied" any such thing. You may have mistakenly inferred that but no one, neither the original poster or myself ever made any such implication. We were both of the same mind and both speaking "in context"... in other words "staying on the thread topic". This is a review about ATX cases, it compares the reviewed case with other similarly sized / cost cases, it's does not encompass cases of every size and price range.While I agree to compare apples to apples to imply that no Corsair case has ever supported a 360mm radiator before this is **quite silly**.
Again ... the statement that "I was disappointed because rained every day that I was on vacation" is not a blanket statement that it rained every day in every place in the world while I was on vacation. I provided you with the definition of "context" which states that you have to consider all the preceding words in any discussion. The person who said "Corsair finally has a case that fits a 360" was saying "Corsair finally has a case [in the **contextual** price and size range that has previously been defined by the article we are discussing] that fits a 360"If I wrote a blurb about being on vacation and said "I was disappointed because rained every day that I was on vacation", the statement must be taken "in context". The statement is intended to mean "it rained every day that I was on vacation where I was on vacation" The bold part should "go without saying" and not generate a series of responses saying "No it didn't" because it didn't rain where they were.