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NZXT Vulcan or the Fractal Design Arc Mini?

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I am building an mATX computer with a non-modular power supply, an HD 7850, and a Silverstone Argon AR01 heastsink/fan. I am stuck between two case and was wondering if anyone had advice:

NZXT Vulcan - I like how it is designed to be portable and has plenty of ventilation. It has fewer bays and lacks USB 3.0 however. But it looks cool. My current ATX case is NZXT, and I love it.


Fractal Design Arc Mini
- While it lacks eSATA, it has USB 3.0 and more bays. I have been told it is better quality than the Vulcan, tho only by one person. IT isn't as cool looking, but that is not the selling point I am looking for here.

Form follows function: which do you think best suits the needs for a mid-range gaming PC with enough portability and durability for LAN parties but also with enough airflow and functionality to work as a primary desktop if need be? (Note, need enough room for the aftermarket CPU cooler as well.)
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I would go for the Arc Mini due to the fact that the build quality is superior, and it has much better cable management options, which you will need considering you have a non modular power supply.
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