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Old 08-16-2011, 06:56 PM   #11
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ok cool thanks... um yea, as for the case,i want my system cool i don't really like it either... if u could recommend a cheap full tower case with great airflow i'm always up for change thanks so much for helping me out

oh i was also wondering if i should stick with this mobo or go for asus p8p67 pro or deluxe

also i dont need that much space lol and i would like to have sata III (hard drive u recommended)
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Old 08-16-2011, 07:37 PM   #12
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Whats your budget on the case?

Deluxe only has the dual lan feature and beefier heatsinks, stick with the pro to save money.
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idk around 150 perferably 100 if that

maybe the nzxt phantom???
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Old 08-17-2011, 04:33 PM   #14
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That one is good, I also like this one from antec.

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Yea I like that case too but ill probably go with the phantom just because like the price and I don't like the front bezzel that much but that looks like excellent airflow Yup hey thanks for replying and helping me and also for a any good 560 cards thinking about the gigabite one with the eye on the box (sorry I'm on my EVO right now and yea I don't have my Excel spreadsheet infront of me) Yup so yea what do u think about that graphics card I might post it in the morning idk... But yea thanks
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