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post #11 of 14
+1 on Case Labs and Mountain Mods. Or a Silverstone TJ-07, nice looking case and can be nicely moded.
post #12 of 14
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Case Labs!! No modding needed, completely customizable, and they're known for having fantastic customer support to help you with ordering! When I make my Haswell build, it is going straight into a Case Labs M8!
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Win7 Pro SyncMaster SA700 120hz AX 650 Silverstone TJ08-e 
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Intel Celeron G530 Intel BOXDH67CLB3 LGA 1155 Intel H67 hd2000 (Headless System) 16gb samsung 30nm 
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seagate barracuda green 7200 2tb (x8) RAID 10 FreeNAS 8.2 corsair cx430 rosewill challenger u3 
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post #13 of 14
I have an enermax fulmo GT full tower. Its more like a super tower and has more than ample space for water cooling. I am going to be modding it soon to hold an additional 240 mm radiator up front and other than the HDD cages being pulled ill still have more than enough room for an additional pump and another 400mm tube resevoir.
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post #14 of 14
The lanboy air isn't cheaply constructed. I have it and its great. Cable management is complicated. The only place dust gathers is on the fan grills. The inside doesn't get dustier than most cases. The mesh is metal not plastic. The side of the mesh is plastic though.
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