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which case between these two?

hi.i'm thinking one of these two cases because they are very cheap.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=1N8-0022-00002&Tpk=Thermaltake%20Versa%20G1
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http://www.amazon.com/AeroCool-Vs-3-Advance-Mid-Tower-Gaming/dp/B0077H7HNM/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1386210615&sr=1-1&keywords=Aerocool+VS3
which of the two will maintain cooler my system??here in italy the first costs 50 euros and the second one 40
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  1. Personally I would go with the second because the first only has one fan and seems cheaply built, the other one for a builders standpoint is much much better looks cooler, cools better with channeling, and is cheaper. I have a nzxt phantom and it works for me if u want to spend the extra buck. Overall the second one is the winner. Hope this helps you.
  2. zyche01 said:
    Personally I would go with the second because the first only has one fan and seems cheaply built, the other one for a builders standpoint is much much better looks cooler, cools better with channeling, and is cheaper. I have a nzxt phantom and it works for me if u want to spend the extra buck. Overall the second one is the winner. Hope this helps you.


    the second one looks better but the first one has fans on top.so maeby this will help the airflow.do you use the top fans?by the way your case is AMAZING,if only it did not cost three times more than these two,i would consider it
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    Well yes, I have 3 120mm and one 200mm fan"s" sucking in air with one 120mm and another 200 pushing it out of the way. 1 in front 2 on the sides 1 in back and one on top. Depending on what you want to do with you computer makes a difference! overclocking would result in basically the first one falling and the 2nd proving winner with it having a port for water cooling. If you just wanna play games, still 2nd because its cheaper and has better air movement. The first one yes, has a fan on top but only has one fan. And that one fan would just suck if it failed and you didnt know about it and BAM your cpu fan is trying to cool your whole pc haha. Once again the 2nd is the winner, and it might have cable management in the back if I recall correctly.
  4. zyche01 said:
    Well yes, I have 3 120mm and one 200mm fan"s" sucking in air with one 120mm and another 200 pushing it out of the way. 1 in front 2 on the sides 1 in back and one on top. Depending on what you want to do with you computer makes a difference! overclocking would result in basically the first one falling and the 2nd proving winner with it having a port for water cooling. If you just wanna play games, still 2nd because its cheaper and has better air movement. The first one yes, has a fan on top but only has one fan. And that one fan would just suck if it failed and you didnt know about it and BAM your cpu fan is trying to cool your whole pc haha. Once again the 2nd is the winner, and it might have cable management in the back if I recall correctly.


    thank you for your answer.in the meanwhile i found an even better case with only 45 euros the Cooler Master N300.so i will take that.
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