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post #1 of 6
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Same price.
Please help.
Just list anything that would make me want the S810 or P630 more.
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P630 has better air cooling and is quieter if thats what you're into. You could also throw a 400 in the roof and a 200 in the front if you wanted to watercool it, in addition to your normal "standard" rads. Overall it just has more options for fans. Either way though, both cases are great and you can do a whole lot in both
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P630 has better air cooling and is quieter if thats what you're into. You could also throw a 400 in the roof and a 200 in the front if you wanted to watercool it, in addition to your normal "standard" rads. Overall it just has more options for fans. Either way though, both cases are great and you can do a whole lot in both
Only thing that's holding me back is the side window.
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post #4 of 6
you could take off the mesh pretty easy i bet and just replace it with an acrylic window, or you could find a s810 owner here and swap doors with them cause it actually fits on both. oh, and i'm sorry if this torpedoes your decision but there is this for the s810 and it's preeeetty sick http://www.overclock.net/t/1322691/switch-810-pedestal

edit: sorry, you can switch the doors on the 820 and 810, not sure about the 630
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you could take off the mesh pretty easy i bet and just replace it with an acrylic window, or you could find a s810 owner here and swap doors with them cause it actually fits on both. oh, and i'm sorry if this torpedoes your decision but there is this for the s810 and it's preeeetty sick http://www.overclock.net/t/1322691/switch-810-pedestal

edit: sorry, you can switch the doors on the 820 and 810, not sure about the 630
Can't do it with the P630, saw that on the 630 thread (news)
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post #6 of 6
Nuts. Well either way itd be pretty easy/cheap to replace it with acrylic, do you have a dremel?
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