Choice of a Full Tower + Power Supply - Need help!

I'm building a new Gaming PC and i was wondering if i should bother getting a sophisticated Full tower instead of just a cheap one... this is my rig's spec:
ASUS P8P67 Pro B3 revision version (normal size ATX version) // i5-2500K 3,3 GHz // Corsair Dominator (+FAN) 2133 MHz 2x2 GB // [ASUS] ATI Radeon HD 6970 2 GB DDR5 // Power Supply: Haven't decided yet! // Keep in mind that i will 100% crossfire in the future as well...! (NO additional cooling system connected to any parts so far)

I will difenately consider overclocking parts now and then...according to needs. So..what do you think? Does it actually affect the air cyrclulation THAT much by the way?

Also, If you could suggest a few power supplies for my rig i would be more than grateful...
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  1. CM HAF 922 is mid tower but quite big. For the PSU you want to crossfire later or not?
  2. mosox said:
    CM HAF 922 is mid tower but quite big. For the PSU you want to crossfire later or not?


    Yes i definately will. (i m editing the initial post since i should have mentioned that in the first place..my bad)
  3. I own the CM HAF 922 BLUE (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119224&cm_re=haf_922-_-11-119-224-_-Product) and its awesome! cable management, BIG, man I thought it would be way smaller then this but I'm not disappointed!

    for the PSU I decided to go with a rosewill bronze series (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182188&cm_re=rosewill_power_supply-_-17-182-188-_-Product)

    I will use SLI in the future but for now I don't even need to use modular cables, the "pre-attached" cables are long enough and very well constructed. Also the blue fan looks awesome with my case.

    Hope this helps!
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