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Looking for Mid-ATX case that works with noctua nh-d14

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Hey everybody, I am on a budget and looking for a nice(plain and not over transformer looking case) for my old 775 desktop. I can't get the Noctua NH-D14 to work properly with my antec solo case so I need something wider and where the PSU attaches at the bottom.

I am looking in the under $100.00 mark for a case...I don't need flashy lights or 15 fans. Just looking for a case that can house my desktop and allow it to cool better.

Any suggestions you guys have are greatly appreciated :-)
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corsair carbide 400r
post #3 of 6

Antec 300 - BARELY fits

CM690II Adv - easily

600T - Easily

922 - easily

400R and 500R, 650D - easily 

 

 

400R, 500R, CM 690 II Adv, and 922 fit under the 100 dollar price range.

Hsvkinyodh
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Úll
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3770k @ 4.5 1.312 load z77 Sabertooth R9 290X Patriot Viper Xtreme D2 1600  
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Samsung 830 128GB Force 3 60GB 2TB RAID1 2TB Baraccuda 
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1TB Caviar Green  <.< DVD drive H100 WIndows 8 Pro 64 bit 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
OS X 10.9  Acer G235H Logitech thing Seasonic X 760W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
CM690 II Adv. Logitech G400 Belkin AKG A701 
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JDS Labs Objective 2 JDS Labs ODAC 
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Samsung 830 128GB 3x1TB RAID 5 Some DVD drive 7 Pro X64 
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Some 17" TX 750 HAF 922 G500 
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C2D @ 2,26GHz under volted @ .978v 9400m 8GB  Crucial M4 64GB SSD 
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Hsvkinyodh
(22 items)
 
Brother's System
(14 items)
 
Úll
(12 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3770k @ 4.5 1.312 load z77 Sabertooth R9 290X Patriot Viper Xtreme D2 1600  
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 830 128GB Force 3 60GB 2TB RAID1 2TB Baraccuda 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
1TB Caviar Green  <.< DVD drive H100 WIndows 8 Pro 64 bit 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
OS X 10.9  Acer G235H Logitech thing Seasonic X 760W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
CM690 II Adv. Logitech G400 Belkin AKG A701 
AudioAudio
JDS Labs Objective 2 JDS Labs ODAC 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i5 750 @ Stock ASUS P7P55d-E Pro GTX 550 Ti SLI 8GB (4x2GB) G.Skill DDR3 1600 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOS
Samsung 830 128GB 3x1TB RAID 5 Some DVD drive 7 Pro X64 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
Some 17" TX 750 HAF 922 G500 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
C2D @ 2,26GHz under volted @ .978v 9400m 8GB  Crucial M4 64GB SSD 
Hard DriveCoolingOSOS
500GB Scorpio Black Stock OS X 10.8.5 Ubuntu 13.10 
MonitorKeyboardMouseAudio
1280x800 Built-in Trackpad Built-in 
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Thank you! I ended up purchasing the cooler master 690 II basic. I hope this thread will be a help to others as I want to keep this HSF for the future. The case cost me 87.00 tax in shipped so not bad for keeping it sub 100.00. The differences between the Advanced and basic are really minimal and not worth me paying extra for features I know I won't use myself.

I was thinking for the 400R but really for the price I rather get the cheaper one as both seem pretty good.
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Originally Posted by mrrhtuner View Post

Thank you! I ended up purchasing the cooler master 690 II basic. I hope this thread will be a help to others as I want to keep this HSF for the future. The case cost me 87.00 tax in shipped so not bad for keeping it sub 100.00. The differences between the Advanced and basic are really minimal and not worth me paying extra for features I know I won't use myself.
I was thinking for the 400R but really for the price I rather get the cheaper one as both seem pretty good.

You could have also gone for NZXT Phantom 410, but a 690 is also a pretty solid case, congrats smile.gif
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You could have also gone for NZXT Phantom 410, but a 690 is also a pretty solid case, congrats smile.gif

Thats good to know also but now too late :-)

I am glad there are a bunch of options...I was worried that it would be hard to find a lower priced case to house the HSF.

Thanks everybody :-)
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