Need help choosing a new case.

So I've been looking around recently trying to find a good looking case that doesn't break the bank, but also doesn't skimp out on build quality

Currently I'm running my system in a NZXT Vulcan LAN tower, but honestly I would like more room to move around inside with.

Nothing in my system is huge besides the after market GPU cooler (Accelero Twin Turbo II) and even that isn't an issue in this case. Micro ATX MoBo, small 500w PSU, stock i5-2400 (stock cooler), two HDDs.

What I'm looking for in a case
-Easily removable dust filters in the front intake, and PSU intake.
-Either a side panel that is solid metal or glass WITHOUT fan cutouts (or they sell optional glass inserts).
-Mid to Full tower in size.
-Below $120 (doesn't matter if before or after rebate)
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  1. Silverstone TJ08B-E
  2. ksham said:
    Silverstone TJ08B-E


    Only thing is that is smaller than the Vulcan, and I would like a bigger case than the Vulcan. Thanks for the idea though.
  3. The Azza Hurrican 9000 might suit your needs - Japanese steel and it's made for housing a three fan liquid radiator should you choose to do so: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811517010

    $120 after rebate.
  4. g-unit1111 said:
    The Azza Hurrican 9000 might suit your needs - Japanese steel and it's made for housing a three fan liquid radiator should you choose to do so: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811517010

    $120 after rebate.


    Definitely a contender at this point, and thanks for the input. Does anyone know how well a Antec P280 is? I love the case for the most part (minus the placement/style of the power switch).
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