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Hey guys i neeed a full tower case for less than $100 dollars.I Dont care about it looking cool.
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  1. abnormalweeny said:
    Hey guys i neeed a full tower case for less than $100 dollars.I Dont care about it looking cool.

    Not many good ones at that price. Try this:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146054
  2. abnormalweeny said:
    Hey guys i neeed a full tower case for less than $100 dollars.I Dont care about it looking cool.


    There are plenty of good <$100 cases of different sizes.

    What is it about a full tower case that you need?

    Eatx Motherboard?

    >6 hard drives?

    cooling?

    Or...
  3. its for cooling
  4. abnormalweeny said:
    its for cooling

    Then go with this one if size doesn't matter and save some money:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119233
  5. geofelt said:
    There are plenty of good <$100 cases of different sizes.

    What is it about a full tower case that you need?

    Eatx Motherboard?

    >6 hard drives?

    cooling?

    Or...

    I agree but thats not what the OP asked for. How about recommending a good $100.00 or less full size case? I'm curious as to which ones I missed.
  6. OK, cooling it is.

    To my mind, a case with at least two 120mm intake fans and the same amount of exit space will provide adequate cooling for even two hot graphics cards in sli. It is really not the volume inside the case that matters for cooling. It is a good stream of cool air passing through the case.

    Two 120mm intake fans will provide plenty of air. A single 140mm fan is just about the equivalent, providing that the fans have similar rpm. 1200rpm is usually about right. Higher rpm fans provide more airflow, but at a cost of more noise.

    I prefer front intake fans which provide positive pressure. This is particularly helpful if the front fans hava a filter which will keep dust out of the case.

    It is also possible to go to a negative pressure approach, with a rear 120mm fan along with a top 120 or 140mm exit fan. There needs to be a similar area of intake vents to allow this to work well.

    The linked HAF series do the job.

    The Antec illusion is a perennial favorite:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129066

    Ultimately, buy the case you like the looks of. You will be looking at it for a long time.
  7. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811553002 to echo the previous statements . theres not alot out there at the $ 100 point .. there was a few nzxt models like the phantom that were close .. good luck and happy hunting :)
  8. ks good do you know any good quiet cpu heat sinks?
  9. abnormalweeny said:
    ks good do you know any good quiet cpu heat sinks?

    Don't know about quiet (that would be relative) but I know good and that would be this:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103065
    or it's more expensive kin:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103099
    but either will do the job.
  10. Are these fans relativly quiet?
  11. All of the ones I have mentioned should be quiet as they all have fairly low maximum fan speeds.

    Thermalright True Spirit has a fan speed range of 1000-1500RPM.
    Scythe Ninja 3 has a fan speed range of either 470-1340RPM or 740-1900RPM.
    Scythe Mugen 3 has a fan speed range of 300-1600RPM.
    Logisys Computer MC4002IW Ice Wind has a fan speed range of 500-1500RPM.

    Reviews:
    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/scythe-ninja3.html#sect0
    http://www.silentpcreview.com/scythe-ninja3-yasya
    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/thermalright-true-spirit_3.html
    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/11/17/thermalright_true_spirit_cpu_air_cooler_review
  12. abnormalweeny said:
    Are these fans relativly quiet?


    120mm fans are quiet when run in the <1000 rpm range. 1200 rpm is not loud, but not quiet either. 1500rpm can be noisy.
    For the most part, you can slow down fan speed to make the cooler quieter.

    I would rate all of the listed coolers as relatively quiet and relatively effective.
    Take your pick.
  13. Best answer
    Buy a mid tower and replace everything with noctua or cougar fans. That is all..
  14. Best answer selected by abnormalweeny.
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