Gaming case

Hi guys i need a new case that is fairly big and preferably a full tower my budget is 150$ and i would like the usb, power buttons etc on the top

i was considering the cm storm stryker even though its 10$ over budget http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119260
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  1. All of your I/O and buttons are at the top, front. Full tower case from AZZA for $110 that has harder corners than the Stryker so I hope it's okay.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811517006&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-_-pla-_-Computer+Cases-_-N82E16811517006&gclid=CMf7qP2R4bUCFYqk4AodQXMAdg
  2. First - Why do you need a full-tower case?

    Secondly - Would you like the case to be all childish and aggresive (like the CM Storm Stryker), or would you prefer a case that is a little more stylish and sleek?
  3. Doesn't matter i prefer something with lots of space has good airflow and doesn't look terrible
  4. I guess you're from Canada, there's the Cooler Master HAF XM : http://ncix.com/products/?sku=71084
    OR the HAF 932 Advanced : http://ncix.com/products/?sku=59938

    If you want a white case, there's the Corsair 500R : http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=16950AC4634&vpn=CC-9011013-WW&manfuacture=CORSAIR
    or the NZXT Phantom 410 : http://ncix.com/products/?sku=70798&vpn=CS-NT-PHAN-410-WNB&manufacture=NZXT
  5. Randomdude123 said:
    Doesn't matter i prefer something with lots of space has good airflow and doesn't look terrible


    What about noise?

    How many GPUs?

    will you use water cooling, if so which?

    Just post specs, so I won't have to ask more stupid questions..
  6. I dont want somthing to loud
    1 gpu
    i plan on getting water cooling
    fx 6300
    hyper 212 evo
    24gbs ram
    wb blue 1tb
    990fxa ud3
    corsair 500m
  7. If so, then a FULL Tower makes no sense.

    You would be much better off by buying a quality midi-tower. Like the R4 by Fractal.

    http://www.amazon.com/Fractal-Design-Define-Cases-FD-CA-DEF-R4-BL/dp/B008HD3CTI/ref=sr_1_3?m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1362389099&sr=1-3 - Price

    http://www.ccreviews.eu/fractaldesign_R4 - Review

    "The Fractal Design Define R4 is just a perfect case. You might notice in the video review that I often compare it with the Define R3 because it's its predecessor. That case was allready very good and almost perfect. Well with the Define R4 we can see that they've taken away the rough edges and now there are barely any issues. Rather, none. The design of the case is still brilliant. It's easy to install your PC system in it, certainly with the given cable management options. Further more there are many other options and they're all there for a very reasonable price.

    Pros:

    Design;
    airflow;
    very good cable management;
    USB 3.0 with motherboard connector;
    removable hard drive cages;
    long graphics cards are supported;
    easily removable and washable dustfilters;
    a 240 radiator can get installed in the top AND the front;
    fancontroller.

    Mediocre:

    Toolless design."

    For you, it would be the perfect match I'd say.
  8. Everybody and there mother is using a fractal design, whether thats a good thing or bad thing im unsure lol.
  9. subsect said:
    Everybody and there mother is using a fractal design, whether thats a good thing or bad thing im unsure lol.


    Sweden has taken the market by storm and has gotten a significant place at the top with Corsair and alike. As it is right now, it's not an issue - More competetion on the free market only leads into better prices and better products. :)
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