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Antec Three Hundred Gaming Case External 3 X 5.25; Internal 6 X 3.5 2*Usb2.0 Reviews

livebriand

Nice budget case

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Pros: Great airflow, spacious enough, fairly quiet, nice plain design

Cons: No USB 3 ports.

If you are looking for a good budget computer case, this is the one to get. Using just the two included tri-cool fans set on low (140mm top, 120mm rear, low/medium/high settings for each), the machine stays pretty cool and quiet. Unfortunately, it lacks USB 3 ports, and a side window. (knew that when I bought it) It is very sturdy, and looks nice and plain, clean lines and all, and the entire thing has a nice plain matte black finish. It has a cutout around the CPU area for mounting heatsinks without removing the motherboard (even if your cpu cooler doesn't require you to put anything on the bottom, it's still handy for ensuring that all the mounting pins are in properly. (stupid...
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Fortunex

Average case, average price.

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Pros: Looks pretty good, easily accessible + removable front fan cages.

Cons: Zero cable management options, stock fans aren't that good.

Not a terrible case, but there are much better cases for the money. It has the features you'd expect of a cheap OEM case. Nothing is tool-less, no cable management, poor layout, no removable drive bays. It is however very well built. It feels sturdy and solid, and has room for 5 fans (1x120mm rear, 2x120mm front, 1x140mm top, 1x120mm side). If it was $10 cheaper, it'd be better, but at its current price, I would recommend other cases.
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