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best full tower pc case for under 200 pounds

Ive had a look at

Thermaltake level 10 - nice but pricey other than that meets all requirements
Haf x coolermaster - less pricey not as good looking. Has side window.
Antec p280 - does the job but no side window. Least pricey of the three

Any other pc cases out there that may tempt me to buy. Avaliable or future releases. The haf x is the front runner.

I have components worth a grand so looking for pc case to match that.
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  1. I'm going to recommend the 2013 Case of the Year Phanteks Enthoo Primo £179.58 Inc VAT

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rg_DzdHGgN4
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i0x-wXaBrI
    http://www.scan.co.uk/products/phanteks-enthoo-primo-rev-2-full-tower-performance-case-with-side-window-e-atx-atx-w-o-psu

    Tho frankly, for an air cooled build.... I'd take the Enthoo Pro (2013 Case of the Year) over any of those you mentioned....save half the cost and invest in in better cooling or GFX card.

    £87.34 Inc VAT http://www.scan.co.uk/products/phanteks-enthoo-pro-black-full-tower-case-with-window

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guBAl6g8BlY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBhmn21ylkc
  2. Best answer
    Louarias said:
    Ive had a look at

    Thermaltake level 10 - nice but pricey other than that meets all requirements
    Haf x coolermaster - less pricey not as good looking. Has side window.
    Antec p280 - does the job but no side window. Least pricey of the three

    Any other pc cases out there that may tempt me to buy. Avaliable or future releases. The haf x is the front runner.

    I have components worth a grand so looking for pc case to match that.


    HAF 922 or NZXT Phantom Series
  3. I have two Phanteks Enthoo Primos, white and black. The Primo is an awesome case and I can't recommend it highly enough.

    I've also read many positive comments on Phanteks smaller, though still a full tower, Enthoo PRO for $100 usd.
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