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EVGA DG-84

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Is the EVGA DG-84 the monster air flow case of my dreams?

Say with six NF-A14 iPPC-3000 PWM, three front two on the left and one top left. Would run right side fans a little faster to maintain some positive pressure.

I could really care less about noise, but this case seems to be the best for straight through air flow with the two left exhaust mounts and the ability to remove most of the pci brakets. I have not seen any other cases that have this option, if there are any could someone let me know? The only other case that comes close that I have looked at is the Define S and of course it only has one fan for exhaust in the rear position.
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If you don't mind that it's huge and pretty heavy, it could work for you. I like the case but those 2 are huge cons for me. You might be better off going to EVGA's own forum since there's more owners there.

http://forums.evga.com/EVGA-Cases-f90.aspx
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