JCnSDAre there any pc cases that can: 1. Hold an E-ATX motherboard in the horizontal position?2. Provide good cable management? (Such as dual chamber design)3. Have enough room for a CPU cooler such as the noctua nh-d15?4. Provide good airflow for high performance? ( Such as a decent amount of intake and exhaust fans that push and pull a fair bit of air). Cheers :).
JCnSDThanks for reply hemiIf you haven't read my first reply it will answer your question. I don't need to stop and rethink as this is the purpose of this post and I am doing a lot of research so I don't need you to do any heavy lifting for me. I am looking at types of pc builds I would like in my next build. These questions are based on what I have found so far and getting more info about it. My question to you is why not use a giant air cooler in a new build?
JCnSDI have done a lot of research and am not going to write an assignment on it will tell you if needed the whole purpose here is to discuss. If you want to know ask and will see if I have time for you. Why is noctua low end???? Do you have any evidence to support your opinion????? Some sites tested noctuas air cpu coolers and it beats a lot of water cooled cpus in some cases custom ones too. If you want to know some of the sites that did it, have a look at the good tech sites (You should know cause you seem to be tech savy) . If you are going to give me evidence please give me evidence of the pros and cons from both sides not just your opinion.