Hello everyone! I am not sure which case to get but at least something that can house two graphic cards, and can handle a Corsair H100 (Push-Pull) on the roof of the case with enough room for air to pass through.
Also, I am also looking for some good ventilation. (I will be overclocking : D)
Thanks for the reply of the Silverstone rv02 *tear* (really liked that case.) I do like the others that you guys have posted: Corsair 600T, HAF X 932, and Cougar's case (which is somewhat good and bad with my taste.)
Still looking into getting some better cases. If you think there are better cases around $100-$200. Please tell me because I really would want a case to be that awesome.
i would highly recommend getting rid of that PC Power PSU. No Bueno! Building a high end rig like this needs a quality PSU from a quality company. Do some research on this before you face/palm. PSUs are nothing to skimp on.
btw...the HAF X is amazing!!! My ATX board looks like a micro, and it has some of the best Cable Management and Air Flow out there right now. You wont be disappointed. the 932 is great for a lot less, with pretty much the same features. read about the features, but CoolerMaster has my heart when it comes to cases.
I hear ya casualbuilder. I have heard a lot about them them, but still want to see other cases rather than Coolmaster. The HAF X 932 and Corsair 600T is on my list, but still want to hear about other cases : D
He does a good job of making every review similar to minimalize the variables when you watch and learn about each case. His 100% Kickass label means that it is just that.... 100% kick ass, and the best label he gives to a product. He's got a ton of videos and they are easy and fun to watch. Might help you find a good pen of great cases to sort through.
I don't know much about Push/Pull at the top of a case. It seems to me in my newbish vision that you should be able to mount a fan to another fan to create that push/pull affect provided there is enough room in the case. I'm guessing you'd like that feature built in to the case already.
As for the SilverStone Fortress, I've personally pretty much abandoned it for my current build I am planning, because it is expensive. But it has that super cool bottom to top airflow w/ the motherboard rotated to 90 degrees that really makes it unique.
I would definately go with the Cooler Master HAF X. It has extreme cooling options and it could definately be classified as "the best gaming case at the moment." I am about to build and I am using this case and I am having 5 fans in it. It also has room for up to 3 water cooling units. My advice is do some research and watch YouTube video reviews of your components.
I built an Antec H20 620 into a push-pull config and get the near equivalent of the H20 920 in a Corsair 600T case. No problem with spacing, but I have the exhaust out the back and two 120 mm fans exhausting from the top along with the push pull 120 mm fans exhausting top rear.
BTW, the PCP&C 950 unit, despite issues with ripple noise (which is still within ATX spec) is still a hell of a PSU. PCP&C disappointed many when they went from Seasonic to Sifra as manufacturer, but the overall build and specs still outclass most OEMs. The only better ones I see are Corsair, Seasonic and Antec. There may be others but, those seem to be the best rated by reviewers and, the big rip against the Silencer 950 was lower quality and the high price. With the PCP&C now going for $130 (Newegg after MIR) the PCP&C is a great value and has a 7 year warranty.