The Inq have been given Thermaltake's latest and greatest desktop case to tinker with recently, the Kandalf LCS. This is quite the beast indeed, measuring 54x22x64 cm (height/width/depth), every bit of real estate inside this monster is needed due to the built in liquid cooling system (hence the LCS in the model name).
One of the most eye-catching things about it at first view is the front door, this thing houses a full 1.5 foot tall radiator and three 120mm fans.
It is however mentioned that this bad boy doesnt come without its weaknesses. If you've got your eyes set on one of these you should definitely have a good read over the review here first.
WATER COOLING - and now its successor, non conductive liquid cooling - has evolved from clunky boxen with unsightly tubing to attractive, designer gear, with even more of that unsightly tubing.
Why? Well last time, you'd just cool the CPU this way. Now, it is CPU, up to 2 x GPU, sorth bridge, south bridge, up to 2 x VRM modules, and, for the really addicted, DIMMs and hard disks too. Which all means many more connection points for the tubing, and many more feet of it too.