In Lee’s first review of the Thermaltake Sword he focused many of the features, such as the LCD panel as well as it’s air cooling abilities.  In his second look he sets it up for watercooling, as Thermaltake claims to have designed the case with alternate cooling methods in mind, in fact most of the elements come pre-installed.  See how easy it was for him to set up in the full review.

“The SwordM integrated water cooling system proved easy to setup (most of the components come pre-installed) and will deliver acceptable results for cooling most modern CPUs. However, there are other water cooling systems available (including DIY) that will deliver higher performance. And if you are not ready for water cooling, the standard SwordM chassis offers excellent airflow for aggressive air cooling.”

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