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Titan Water case TWC-A88/AB Black Aluminum ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

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  • Aluminum ATX Mid Tower
  • USB / Audio / IEEE 1394 Front Ports
  • 5 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 3 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Learn more about the TITAN Technology Limited TWC-A88/AB

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Awesome case...but 2/13/2010 2:18:44 PM

Pros: This case is awesome for what it days, and even better for the price. The cooling is fantastic if you're not worried about over-clocking. My Core 2 Extreme X6800 stays generally around or under 20 degrees celsius (according to my MB thermostat). I'm guessing over-clocking would be fine anyway.

Cons: The rear case fan was DOA, I'm hoping NewEgg reads this and sends a replacement for it. It's obviously not worth RMA'ing a 40lb case for a bad case fan.

Also the thermostat is a little weird, not sure if the front panel is funny, or just a bad thermostat. I monitor the temps through the motherboard software so I'm not too worried about it.

Overall Review: NewEgg! Send me some parts so I can keep this thing. I don't want to ship it back and take it apart, it's too much of a hassle.

Besides those small things that can happen with any case, this really is a great case and you should scoop one up while it's still available.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
2/ 5
Horrible, Horrible Case 2/9/2010 3:02:37 PM

Pros: Built-in water cooling. Comes with a CPU block that works on LGA 775

Built in Radiator is quite nice

Cons: 1/4" Plumbing doesn't quite do it if you're running 2 high end cards & a very OC'd CPU.

Built in fans on the radiator are very weak, and 1 was DOA - replace with mobo-run fans.

CASE IS NOT ALUMINIUM!! It is pure steel, the only parts that are aluminium are the radiator and the front panel. That's why shipping is so f** *ing expensive.

My water pump broke about 5 months after owning this. Since it is built in, it is a total pain in the bum to fix. I am currently changing the entire thing to run on 3/8" - The only part the case came with I *hope* to use is the radiator (it's pretty effn sweet)

It has a noise detector that makes a loud beep if it is *too* noisy around the pc... kinda counter-productive

Overall Review: If you would like a very quiet, non-inferno-producing PC, this is a good choice, just be ready to replace the pump and whatever else. They do not make it easy to work with.

If you open the plastic cover for the pump area, you void the warranty. Since this case weighs 50 lbs, sending in an RMA would be very expensive and you will be better off voiding the warranty & trying to fix it yourself.

This is a GREAT concept to build in a giant raidiator on the side, I wish it were 3/8 though.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
AMAZING 1/19/2010 6:18:23 PM

Pros: This case for the price is awesome but you have to mod it to make the most out of it. I read the other reviews and took them into account before I bought this. I soldered on 1/4" fittings so I could use 1/2" ID pipe. I bought a second pump/res to put in the drive bay to help titan's pump. I have 1/2" ID tube in there now so I can buy custom water blocks. This case is simply amazing for the price. I plan to cool my videocard with it too. I just have my i7 920 on a block at it stays at 30 Celsius. You can't really go wrong with the price. Although I would not suggest buying it if you don't plan to mod it in some way. The radiator alone is worth it but you also get the LED readout on the front of the case. This case was a lot of fun to mod since it was my first liquid cooling rig. I know there are some cons to this case but for me I am happy with it.

Cons: Don't buy unless you want to mod it. You will be wasting your money since the blocks it comes with do not fit current hardware.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Review Update 7 Months In 12/21/2009 1:03:37 AM

Pros: It's still a nice case and I don't understand the problems that others have had with the lock. I don't use it but I tried it a few times and it still works. We use this one in our classroom area in our scrapbook store for graphics and to run a Pazzles die cut machine. There is one big con now that I didn't have before.

Cons: The pump has ceased to function. The readout on the front still was showing that the pump was working but it wasn't and the cpu shot up to 180C and shut down. It is dead, checked all power with a digital multimeter and it's getting power but not working. Funny that the indicator on the front said that it was???? This is after running 24/7 for just over 7 months. I put a heatsink and fan on the cpu and the air cooling unit back on the video cards and it fired back up, no damage. WHEEW!

Overall Review: Instead of hassling with their tech support, which from what I have read is very poor, I'm going to strip it out and convert it to air. I'm going to remove the radiator and use that on a Thermaltake Sword case, cut a piece of acrylic and put it in as a window to start. I mod cases all the time so this will actually turn out to be a fun project. I'm going to cut more fan holes for better ventilation and do a bunch of other mods to improve it and reduce some of the weight then I might give it a custom metallic pearl paint job!

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
2/ 5
LIARS! 9/24/2009 5:16:01 PM

Pros: -Built in water cooling system on side panel.
-Very Large Radiator
-Comes with some fans
-front temperature sensor
-Quite Sturdy (I don't know what those other people were talking about, this is the strongest case I've ever had)
- handles, that actually work

Cons: -NOT ALUMINUM!!!! The case is labeled incorrectly, there is -very little actual aluminum in this case.
-The hard drives are extremely cramped by the radiator, the power cables get squished when you put the side on.
-overall pretty cramped
-heat sensor re-defaults itself to 40C every time it shuts down, and whenever the CPU goes above 40C it beeps very loudly
- very low airflow, even with additional fans
- 1 of the 120mm fans was broken when the case arrived. They are attached so I had to take both out.
- to add 2 more fans to the radiator (to make 4 total) you need to drill holes

Overall Review: I am very upset about this case not being aluminum. I bought it thinking it was a good deal, but it's just an okay deal. It is very cramped inside and there is no airflow. I was only going to hook up the water to the CPU, but the video cards are overheating so much that they will now need to be connected.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Alot for not alot! 8/31/2009 5:37:42 AM

Pros: HEAVY!!! but alot of kit! very nice layout eze bleeding. Nice amout of Room. Cool display and after a few cheap upgreads looks great! Keeps my Q9400 at 47C max 3 hour stress load and 42C BFG H2OC GTX 260 max Crysis stress test! 42C on the GA-EP45-EXTREME all day and the OCZ DDR2 1200 FLEX EX at water temp all day! Cools alot of system w/ out even going into HIGH! I cant get the water temp over 45C drops the water temp as fast as the computer can make it

Cons: 1/4 inch pipes!!! i would liked to see 3/8 inch ID but for the price there is SO much extra stuff!!!
DO DO DO NOT!!!! use the included coolant!!! empty the little bottles out and clean them and use some good coolant that stuff staned my water blocks after only 3 days and had to flush the system w/ cleaner to get the temps back to where they was to start w/!!!

Overall Review: I used a Enzotech SCW-REV.A CPU Waterblock,Swiftech MCP355 12 VDC Pump,OCZ Flex XLC 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1200 (PC2 9600) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model OCZ2FX12002GK,GIGABYTE GA-EP45-EXTREME LGA 775 Intel P45 ATX Intel Motherboard and a BFG Tech BFGEGTX260MC896H2OCWE GeForce GTX 260 H2OC 896MB 448-bit GDDR3... put that all together and it great just down right gets the job done!!!!

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Update 5months and going.. 8/7/2009 2:23:20 AM

Pros: Had this case for just about 5 months now (bought it on 3/18/2009), and its holding up well. The pump seems to still be going strong... i even added on 2 extra 120mm fans on the radiator. The display still displays too!

Cons: Only cráppy thing about this case is like everyone has stated:
Having problems fitting in some PSU's.... the psu i bought for this case didn't fit (it was too long).... luckily I had an angle grinder laying around and cut the psu up a lil bit. Course it voided the warranty on the psu but it got the job done!

Overall Review: Buy it... still at a great price.... Where the hell are they getting all of these? They stopped making em like 3 years ago i'm pretty sure

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Addendum To Previous Reviews 6/22/2009 9:53:41 PM

Pros: Like I said before, Great Case! If anyone is building a higher end system and needs a higher output psu, I know it's kind of cramped in this case but the FSP Group Everest 1010 watt psu fits great and works great and it's sold right here on the Egg! 1010 watts should be enough for most applications with 4 20 amp 12v rails.

Cons: No free shipping, but we can't have everything now can we. At least at the Egg we get almost everything!

Overall Review: I wish other reviewers didn't have all of those problems! The first machine I built with this case I sold to someone I know. He has had it running 24/7 for about 7 months now with no problems. The second one I built with this case was for me and it runs 24/7 with no problems. EVGA 780i mobo, Intel Q9550 cpu OC'd to about 3.8GHz, 8 Gigs Kingston Hyper X DDR2 1600 OC'd too, EVGA 9800 GTX+ video cards 2 in SLI OC'd of course and I'm cooling all of this with this unit. I had to add one Koolance vga water block for the other card. Everything is cool and mean, even running prime95 for 12 hours. I guess I'm either really lucky or I put everything together right???????

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