I am still choosing the perfect case for my build but could still use a little help. I'm Willing to spend up to 130ish, but would prefer the $80-110 range.
What I want in a case (in order of importance):
1. Big. Lots of room for the 2 670s and everything else. I'm not concerned with how much space it takes up.
2. Coolest. Aside from being able to fit everything comfortably inthe case, temperature is my main concern.
3. No annoying LEDs. If they can't be turned off then they shouldn't be too bright. I'd prefer no lights, but cooling is more important. Aesthetics are not important AT ALL, I just don't want to be distracted by useless glowing LEDs.
4. Quiet. Cooling is much more important to me, but I would consider paying a premium for silence, as long as I'm not sacrificing cooling.
5. Features. Stuff like USB 3.0, HD Audio, and other little extras.
Cases I'm Looking at:
A. COOLER MASTER Storm Sniper ($111 - 20MIR) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
This is my favorite so far. Gigantic. Decent stock fans. LED lights can be switched off. %15 more if I don't buy before midnight so I have to decide quickly whether this is the best I can do for the money .
COOLER MASTER Storm Sniper: Large fans should produce less noise but the side fan looks like it's mounted a little high.
HAF 922: Has two locations on the side for fans. You should be able to find a position that feeds cool air into the GPU's intakes. (also has bottom fan location)
Corsair 400R: This is the case I own and run two GTX 560's in. It also has two side mount locations. I'm not familiar with the other cases so the switch for the LED's and the removable bottom filter for the PSU and optional bottom fan may be found on the others. Those features are on the 400R for sure, and handy.
For GPU cooling, I would try and get a case with side and bottom-mount locations for fans.