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Recommand me a good computer case

I don't want anything too expensive, budget for it is about 100, will pay more if it is really worth it.

I want a case with very good airflow and modularity. (easy cable management, tool less, etc.)
List some of the con and pro of the case you provided.

Thank you!!!
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    ok so the next question is... will you be doing any watercooling current or future?

    if you are going to be watercooling i personally like the Cooler Master 692. it comes setup to run 2x240mm radiators without modding the case.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119259

    if you are not looking at water cooling.

    i would either go for a Corsair carbide 400R ($99 plus 3x 120mm fans preinstalled).
    it is a well built case with alot of features.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139008

    Rosewill Blackhawk ($89 plus 5x 120mm fans preinstalled) it has a TON of features for the price.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147107

    there is also the Enermax Fulmo. ($99 plus 3x 120mm and 1x 180mm preinstalled fans). i have been personally looking at this case as it has a very clean look with alot of airflow out of the box.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811124144

    there are a few more that are good but they have lack luster cable management. like the Z11

    the Zelman Z11 is supposed to be an amazing case as well though i personally have no experiance with it. ($89 with 3x 120 mill preinstalled).
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811235035
  2. What parts will be going into this case?
    What size motherboard will you be using? ATX, M-ATX, ITX?

    For a good ATX case, look at the Antec illusion for $70. 1000+ reviewers can't be far wrong.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129066

    For a M-ATX case, I recommend the Silverstone TJ08-E $98:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811163182
  3. ok first question

    what size

    full atx or?
  4. shanky887614 said:
    ok first question

    what size

    full atx or?


    ???? ive only seen one Full atx case at or below the 100 pricepoint and that was a cheapo cougar case... or am i missing something here???
  5. rinval said:
    ???? ive only seen one Full atx case at or below the 100 pricepoint and that was a cheapo cougar case... or am i missing something here???


    You may be thinking of EATX which has the same 7 expansion slots and I/O panel as a ATX case, but can accomodate a deeper EATX motherboard. They are usually expensive.

    A M-ATX has 4 expansion slots, and ITX has one. All share the same size I/O panel.
  6. geofelt said:
    You may be thinking of EATX which has the same 7 expansion slots and I/O panel as a ATX case, but can accomodate a deeper EATX motherboard. They are usually expensive.

    A M-ATX has 4 expansion slots, and ITX has one. All share the same size I/O panel.


    there is no point of arguing... lol ... we are here to help eternal glance...

    btw the difference in a mid tower vs a full tower is height not depth so the E-ATX board does not come into play...

    oh and you forgot to mention E-ATX has 7, XL-ATX has 9 and Ultra-ATX has 10 expansion slots but we are not talking about boards here are we?

    Edit- OK sorry... rant over...
  7. got myself a cm haf x, thanks for all the reply.
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