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Good £30/40 case

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Gonna get a new case this week to replace my generic crappy one i got atm,only got £30/40 to spend anyone reccomend me something good.

Just want something with decent cooling options so i can OC my CPU,.My board is a mATX at the moment so any case would have to support that

Was looking at these?

http://www.ebuyer.com/390898-casecom-cs-13-case-cs-13

http://www.ebuyer.com/416998-cooler-master-k-series-k350-usb3-0-atx-case-side-window-rc-k350-kwn2-en

http://www.micro-logic.com/computer-cases/441-A1ACOOLCSXPREDATORX1BLACK-4710700957059.html

Or any other ideas biggrin.gif
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Honestly I think the cooler master case you listed will work the best out of the other 2 cases you listed.

Also, why mATX? If you don't mind me asking. I'm pretty sure that mATX boards are not good for overclocking.
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Honestly I think the cooler master case you listed will work the best out of the other 2 cases you listed.

Also, why mATX? If you don't mind me asking. I'm pretty sure that mATX boards are not good for overclocking.

Just ended up that way at the time only other option was a sabertooth that was outside my budget at the time ,got a GA-78LMT-USB3 board which is pretty good for a 'moderate' overclock

Gonna push my budgte to 50 and grab a http://www.scan.co.uk/products/zalman-z11-plus-high-performance-mid-tower-case-w-o-psu i think.

Case seems top be really good for the price,probily gonna be worthwhile in the longterm
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Honestly I think the cooler master case you listed will work the best out of the other 2 cases you listed.

Also, why mATX? If you don't mind me asking. I'm pretty sure that mATX boards are not good for overclocking.

asus rog gene..
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also my sig rig is matx, im only at 4.7ghz atm wink.gif just because there shorter doesnt mean there not good biggrin.gif

oh and fractal design core 1000 is £34ish biggrin.gif
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Just ended up that way at the time only other option was a sabertooth that was outside my budget at the time ,got a GA-78LMT-USB3 board which is pretty good for a 'moderate' overclock

Gonna push my budgte to 50 and grab a http://www.scan.co.uk/products/zalman-z11-plus-high-performance-mid-tower-case-w-o-psu i think.

Case seems top be really good for the price,probily gonna be worthwhile in the longterm
Get that aerocool. Seems to have better cooling and looks nicer IMO thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by PsYcHo29388 View Post

Honestly I think the cooler master case you listed will work the best out of the other 2 cases you listed.

Also, why mATX? If you don't mind me asking. I'm pretty sure that mATX boards are not good for overclocking.

asus rog gene..
g1 sniper

also my sig rig is matx, im only at 4.7ghz atm wink.gif just because there shorter doesnt mean there not good biggrin.gif

oh and fractal design core 1000 is £34ish biggrin.gif
Well, most of the ones I've seen in the past are cheap ($50-$70) and are just 4+1 phase, and like Op said just now it was the only thing that would fit in his budget so yeah.
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