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Topic # 113637 22-Jan-2013 22:13 Send private message

What is your favourite PC case?
I'm not talking modded cases, just the ones from store!
My favourite has got to be the corsair carbide 500r, I built a gaming PC for my little brother last christmas and it was an awesome case to work with, designed for gamers for sure.


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  Reply # 749210 22-Jan-2013 23:19 Send private message

Not sure if it's my favourite, but my Lancool PC-K62B is pretty nice, with some decent cable management it looks mint!




 

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  Reply # 749247 23-Jan-2013 01:07 Send private message

Storm Scout was my first pc case, handle on top was handy for LANs.
Second case, sunbeamteach 9 bay UV acrylic case. Best for show and lights, uv reactive cables etc.
Current case, lian li Mini-Q series ? PC-Q08 Ill provide a link because of this case, i have fallen in love with mini cases and it's optimal for travelling between uni and home. also its a dream to move, or put in the car.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/news/cases-power-cooling/lian-li-launches-pcq08abr-mini-tower-chassis-miniitx-minidtx/

ill put up a guide on how i fit a FULL ATX motherboard into this mini itx case, pm me if ur keen to read when its ready ill let u know. (because mini itx boards lack for gaming, and im a GAMER :) )




gz ftw

 

 



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  Reply # 749248 23-Jan-2013 01:51 Send private message

P182B Gunmetal Grey. Love it.

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  Reply # 750083 24-Jan-2013 11:30 Send private message

Prefer mATX for gaming PC's these days so Fractal Design Define Mini or Silverstone TJ08-E imo.

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  Reply # 756360 5-Feb-2013 22:46 Send private message

Corsair Vengeance C70 great case great cable management someone I know has it but i really like my current one even tho cable managing really sucks unlike the C70 my current one is the TT v3 black edition

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