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post #1 of 35
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I am running
i5 2500k & Standard ATX p67 sabertooth.
Corsair H60 Watercooler

I am looking for a case that has the following:

Great CableManagment
Great Airflow
Full Tower
Dust Filters or can get custom Dust Filters (like the Demci (Spelling) Filters)
Great Cooling for 2 card sli
Can hold a 1000watt psu

oh yea budget is 180-250
post #2 of 35
HAF X or HAF 932 are some great cases but there are many other great cases out there. You can snag a 932 for only $160 which is a steal imo.
post #3 of 35
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used thats the problem there is sooo many out there
post #4 of 35
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also how is the 1200w coolermaster i mean people say dont get it people say its good people say get kingwin lazer
post #5 of 35
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Originally Posted by VaporXtreme View Post
used thats the problem there is sooo many out there
You could check out the Lian Li cases, they have a great lineup. Also Antec 1200 and lanboy air are other good ones. Thing is, the choice comes down to what you would like to do with it. I personally would go with a HAF X or a Lian Li case, you wont be disappointing with either of them.
post #6 of 35
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Originally Posted by VaporXtreme View Post
also how is the 1200w coolermaster i mean people say dont get it people say its good people say get kingwin lazer
Haha 1200w is overkill but yea, we all are guilty of that here. It has been great for me, I just got it because I don't want to worry about a PSU for the next 4-5 years. I also got a deal and snagged it for $200 shipped brand new. If you can afford it and really want a 1200w, I would go for the corsair AX1200.
post #7 of 35
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i was looking for 1000 watts but if u ask on here what is the best u get like 60000 answers
post #8 of 35
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Originally Posted by VaporXtreme View Post
also how is the 1200w coolermaster i mean people say dont get it people say its good people say get kingwin lazer
I'd steer clear of coolermaster PSU's, Corsair makes great quality PSU's, and if it fries anything then they usually pay for a new one and give you a new PSU, free of charge.

Providing it's in warranty, of course.


As far as a case? Well, probably... HAF932 with Decmi filters, or however you spell that companies name

Then again, I own one, and I love it, so I'm a little bias.
post #9 of 35
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Yea im looking at haf 932 advanced
post #10 of 35
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wrong place
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