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Old 09-29-2008, 09:35 AM   #1
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Default looking for a case...

Ok i am looking for a very basic...nothing flashing computer case that can support both atx and m-atx.
Looking for something cheap...but when i mean cheap....not quality cheap.
So what can i get that would be the best bang for the buck??

I would prefer something in Black plz...
if not thats fine anything will do....this case is simply for a home computer that needs a newer housing. thanks!
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Default Re: looking for a case...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...es&Order=PRICE
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We need a price limit.
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We need a price limit.
no more then $60.00!..
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Old 09-29-2008, 12:56 PM   #5
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Cooler Master Elite 330.
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+1 +1 +1 +1!!!! I have this case and it's great. It looks good and it's roomy enough for me. It comes with a little square dealie where you tape it to the case (remove bottom sticker) and from there you can use a ziptie to organize cables. The screwless bays are pretty useful too. The only think that I don't like about this case is that the side panel will accumulate A LOT of finger prints.

edit: Depending on the size of your heatsink you will have to remove the side air duct. I bought a 92mm fan to install there, but my heatsink was way too tall. The cover clears with less than an inch or so.
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+1 +1 +1 +1!!!! I have this case and it's great. It looks good and it's roomy enough for me. It comes with a little square dealie where you tape it to the case (remove bottom sticker) and from there you can use a ziptie to organize cables. The screwless bays are pretty useful too. The only think that I don't like about this case is that the side panel will accumulate A LOT of finger prints.

edit: Depending on the size of your heatsink you will have to remove the side air duct. I bought a 92mm fan to install there, but my heatsink was way too tall. The cover clears with less than an inch or so.
thank you for that review. i will look into getting this case myself. thanks again ...rep for you
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