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Interior case paint? Satin or Semigloss?

post #1 of 3
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Sup guys,

I've got a Corsair 300r that I removed the hard drive cage from. It left two bar metal patches where the cage was, I considered just patching it. Then I figured I might as well just tear the case down and spray the chassis.

What would you guys recommend? I don't currently have a windowed side panel (I may not ever) but, I still want it to look good. Definitely black, so what would look best? Satin or Semigloss? I plan to sand down and primer.
post #2 of 3
I really think that is a personal choice as both look good depending on lighting.
i have always preferred windowed case and i currently have a Parvum. But my previous build using a Bitfenix Prodigy where I also bought the window. I had it powder coated red inside and out with the mobo tray and drive bay ETC done in white. All gloss and with redLED RAM and other lighting it looked good.

My Parvum build Custom Parvum /Gigabyte Sniper M3/I5 2500K / 8GB Crucial Ballistix/Tundra TD03 /OCUKGTX 980/128GB Crucial m4/2 x 1TB HDD/ SST-ST60F-P PSU/Dell U2711/Ducky Shine YotD (browns)/Logitech G400s/. though some bits have been changed.

http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=276418&highlight=Parvum
post #3 of 3
Personal choice. I do like the matte look.

I think if you went gloss, a white interior with a solid black exterior might also look nice.
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