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Poll Results: Which case should I try?

Poll expired: Jul 27, 2013  
  • 37% (6)
    Cooler Master 120 Advanced $50
  • 18% (3)
    Cubitek Mini Cube $80
  • 12% (2)
    Cubitek ICE Cube $125
  • 31% (5)
    Fractal NODE $85
16 Total Votes  
post #11 of 16
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I'm really surprised that the CM 120 is getting the most love now. I thought the Cubitek with their alum would grab more attention. (now, 4 vs 2 votes isn't huge, but i'm still surprised). Thanks for thoughts so far.
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post #12 of 16
Cooler Master.

Example: http://www.overclock.net/t/1295261/build-log-mini-elite-crusher-cooler-master-elite-120-advanced
post #13 of 16
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Not enough cooling. Good mod though. As mentioned earlier, I have a large, external rad array.
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I saw the Silverstone SG10 in a video today Similar to SG09 only more attractive with a bit more use of Aluminum on the front. Not a bad layout and looks ok and has decent cooling. Will fit a MATX mobo. 23L of space inside so not absolutely huge but not small either..
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I saw the Silverstone SG10 in a video today Similar to SG09 only more attractive with a bit more use of Aluminum on the front. Not a bad layout and looks ok and has decent cooling. Will fit a MATX mobo. 23L of space inside so not absolutely huge but not small either..

Yeh, that is one that I've thought about as well. I have a phobya 200mm rad so I've thought about mounting it to the top 180 fan - that that would likely end up looking very franken-puter-ish. (technical term). Thoughts?

I do agree that the SG10 looks much better than the SG09. Price isn't too bad on it either. Thanks.
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Yeh, that is one that I've thought about as well. I have a phobya 200mm rad so I've thought about mounting it to the top 180 fan - that that would likely end up looking very franken-puter-ish. (technical term). Thoughts?

I do agree that the SG10 looks much better than the SG09. Price isn't too bad on it either. Thanks.

Rad on the outside did you mean?? That would be a bit Franken-puterish. I dontn think you could fit one internally because it would intefere with the mobo. I was thinking a thicker 120mm/140mm Rad on the rear exhaust.
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