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post #11 of 13
The Caselabs cases won't have front doors but everything else is highly configurable. Have a look at their S8 ATX cube and SM8 ATX mid-tower. Most of them have a matching pedestal for loading with more rads too. If you need something oversized, they have that covered too with some truly mighty cases.

Colourwise they currently come in black, white and (soon) gunmetal or a combination of black and white.
post #12 of 13
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Thanks for all the suggestions. Although not what I was originally thinking I do actually really love the style of that In-Win 904 case. Sadly though reading some of the reviews its cooling performance is pretty terrible. Similarly with the Lian-Li and/or arent compatible with the H100i cooler that I want to use. Since I will be doing lots of 3D rendering, with high CPU usage, I need decent cooling.

Therefore I might just have to be practical and go for a more boring case like the 750D... rolleyes.gif
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Thanks for all the suggestions. Although not what I was originally thinking I do actually really love the style of that In-Win 904 case. Sadly though reading some of the reviews its cooling performance is pretty terrible. Similarly with the Lian-Li and/or arent compatible with the H100i cooler that I want to use. Since I will be doing lots of 3D rendering, with high CPU usage, I need decent cooling.

Therefore I might just have to be practical and go for a more boring case like the 750D... rolleyes.gif

The Lian Li PC-B16 has room for the AIO liquad coolers, but no eta. It can fit a top 240/ 280mm radiator with 60mm of spacing.
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