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Looking for a pc case, budget 100-200$

post #1 of 23
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I need a pc case without power supply.

i was thinking about this one:


Is this one any good?

Anyway i would like all suggestions.
Thanks.
post #2 of 23
A link to the case might help

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post #4 of 23
What sites are you willing / looking to buy off of?
Also, the 690II is a great case, a little basic aesthetically, but easy to work with and pretty well finished..
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What sites are you willing / looking to buy off of?
Also, the 690II is a great case, a little basic aesthetically, but easy to work with and pretty well finished..
I dont mind any sites and i dont want fancy looking(alienstyle) case.
I want something kinda simple but good at the same time.
So 690II is not a bad choice?
post #6 of 23
The 690 II is a good choice. I didn't even know they made a white version, but it looks stunning.

Also, I still think Corsair's 600T SE is quite the case.
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post #8 of 23
Well what do you plan on putting in the case would be a more important question.

You need to account for space for a graphics card (to avoid bumping into hard drive bays), the number of drive bays you'll be utilizing, whether you plan on using a full ATX board or a microATX board, etc.

The CM Storm Scout is a solid ATX case, and the NZXT Vulcan is a solid mATX case. If you're not a fan of such beastly looking computers, you could check out some different Corsair or Lian Li models
post #9 of 23
Look
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...0%20-%20%24200
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post #10 of 23
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Well what do you plan on putting in the case would be a more important question.

You need to account for space for a graphics card (to avoid bumping into hard drive bays), the number of drive bays you'll be utilizing, whether you plan on using a full ATX board or a microATX board, etc.

The CM Storm Scout is a solid ATX case, and the NZXT Vulcan is a solid mATX case. If you're not a fan of such beastly looking computers, you could check out some different Corsair or Lian Li models
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