Can Someone Please Recommend Me A LARGE Tower On Budget?

This is my computer. I am looking for a LARGE decent tower for $125-$150 if possible To house all these components and keep them at a good temperature. Thanks in Advance!

1. CPU- Intel Core i7 930-

2. Motherboard- Gigabyte UD5-

3. Memory(Ram)- G.Skill 6GB 1600mhz-

4. HDD- Samsung Spinpoint F3-

5. SSD- Crucial RealSSD C300-

6. Video Card- HIS H587F1GDG Radeon HD 5870 (Cypress XT) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5

7. Power Supply- CORSAIR CMPSU-750TX 750W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Compatible with Core i7.

8. Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Full
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  1. Antec 1200 or Cooler Master HAF 932

    I would go with the Antec 1200 and purchase the combo with the CP-850. This is one of the best PSU you can purchase and is a great value with the combo.
  2. Well with a budget of $250 for Case / PSU, the Antec 1200 / CP-850 combo at $244 is easy to swallow.

    The CP-850 gives you an extra 100 watts, is better electrically and better acoustically.

    TX750 Performance Rating = 8.5
    CP-850 Performance Rating = 10

    [The CP-850] is completely unmatched by any ATX unit on the market I can think of. You'd have to spend twice as much as this thing costs to find the next best thing, performance wise. I'd like to see some better capacitors in there, but you just can't fault the CP-850's performance here.

    I don't know how Antec managed something this awesome for such a low price, but they must really want the CPX form factor taking off if this is the performance we're getting.

    The Antec CP-850 is a superlative power supply by almost any standard. Its electrical performance is up at the level of its more expensive brethren, the Signature 650 and 850, and Seasonic's flagship, the M12D-850: Voltage regulation is extremely tight for all the lines at all loads, and the ripple noise is amazingly low.

    The noise performance is excellent, with the <400W performance matching or bettering virtually every PSU tested thus far. Above 500W load in our heat box, the noise level goes over 40 dBA@1m, or about the norm for PSUs rated this high. It has the virtue keeping itself extremely cool, however, cooler than any other PSU we've tested at such high loads.

    A serious consideration is that in each of the three compatible Antec cases, the CP-850 mounts on the bottom, and the intake for the PSU is quite separate from the rest of the system....The above is an obviously unfair advantage for the CP-850... but what of it? Antec has used an integrated systems approach for its CP-850 and its best cases, and if that approach is an advantage over all other case/PSU combinations, then, all the more power to Antec!

    For the quiet-seeking computer gaming enthusiast, the CP-850 (along with any of the three compatible cases) is something of a godsend. Fantastically stable power, super low noise at any power load, long expected reliability due to excellent cooling, modular cabling, and all at a price that's no higher than many high end 6~700W models. That you're limited to one of three well-executed high cases from Antec — one mostly for silence (P183), one mostly for gaming (1200) and one that's really an ultimate everyman case (P193) — is not exactly a hardship either.

    The CP-850 is non-standard, but compelling, and in its typical application, as powerful and quiet a PSU as anyone will ever need.
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