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case is actually perfect if I wanted to remodernize my build layout (was very picky looking for a matx case that was windowed with 1 120mm and 2 120mm spots for radiators. Been interested in jonsbo post newegg/rosewill licensing of few of its designs. Only other gripe IMO is that the filter could have been a magnet filter (Heck my Silverstone PS07B-W at 80$(?) at the time includes a 120mm one)

Magnets don't stick on aluminium.

But they could have put steel parts inserted into the base to acheive this. It would've been a very nice addition to the case.

If you use a DEMCIfilter, you can by a separate, almost paper thin stick-on magnet to stick on the case for the filter to stick onto.
     
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awesome review. thumb.gif
really nice build!

im using those DEMCIfilter (medicine mesh) to replace those stock " grills" for my umx4

less air resistance, more dust filtered, slight reduction of noise too. makes a huge difference for me:thumb:
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For me it was down to this or the latest Inwin 301. Which is cheap but nicer looking imho. Sort of civilised punk.
But this case has great airflow. With an HW labs 280 with 2 x 140 fans at the bottom and 1 x 140 fan at top for exhaust I don't even need to ramp up the fans when I'm doing a render.
The build was super easy. Everything just bolted into holes that already existed and the entire build took half a day, although it sort of looks like it biggrin.gif
I'll tidy it up one day.


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For me it was down to this or the latest Inwin 301. Which is cheap but nicer looking imho. Sort of civilised punk.
But this case has great airflow. With an HW labs 280 with 2 x 140 fans at the bottom and 1 x 140 fan at top for exhaust I don't even need to ramp up the fans when I'm doing a render.
The build was super easy. Everything just bolted into holes that already existed and the entire build took half a day, although it sort of looks like it biggrin.gif
I'll tidy it up one day.



dang, what a beast, what are the full specs of your build? smile.gif
post #15 of 28
Great review , thanks for sharing thumb.gif

It really is an awesome little case , and after googling around , I found it in my country for 135€!..

I can feel the build itch coming back lol


I'm using demcifilter too , in the front of my 350D,and even tho it doesn't fit properly in the front , it's miles better than the stock Corsair one..
   
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Great review. I had the Jonsbo UMX3 in my last build. I absolutely adored it. Although it was small, it was easy to build in, just like you've found with the VR2. My only concern with the black version of the VR2 is scratches showing up more easily. I had the silver one and it was unscathed for the year I owned it for, it now resides at work, still unscathed a year after that! I'm assuming ithe VR2 is very similar build quality to the UMX3. Do you feel confident the VR2 will stand the test of time on this front?
    
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Great review. I had the Jonsbo UMX3 in my last build. I absolutely adored it. Although it was small, it was easy to build in, just like you've found with the VR2. My only concern with the black version of the VR2 is scratches showing up more easily. I had the silver one and it was unscathed for the year I owned it for, it now resides at work, still unscathed a year after that! I'm assuming ithe VR2 is very similar build quality to the UMX3. Do you feel confident the VR2 will stand the test of time on this front?

The black will definetly show scratches after use. Its anodized aluminium after all. One buying the black model shouldn't expect anything different. The silver on the other hand, should still look at great after much more time, since scratches won't be apparent.
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The black will definetly show scratches after use. Its anodized aluminium after all. One buying the black model shouldn't expect anything different. The silver on the other hand, should still look at great after much more time, since scratches won't be apparent.

Indeed! I'm tempted to mod my Corsair 650D (far superior build quality to the 750), maybe try and go for a silver finish. Can't imagine it'd be easy to achieve mind!
    
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Indeed! I'm tempted to mod my Corsair 650D (far superior build quality to the 750), maybe try and go for a silver finish. Can't imagine it'd be easy to achieve mind!

All the case's steel would be easy. Just buy some paint stripper, strip the crap out of it, use a scotch bridge pad and scuff the case in one direction like brushed aluminium, then clear coat. For plastic, you'll have to be creative lol.
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All the case's steel would be easy. Just buy some paint stripper, strip the crap out of it, use a scotch bridge pad and scuff the case in one direction like brushed aluminium, then clear coat. For plastic, you'll have to be creative lol.

Thanks for the tips gives me something to think about. I'd be quite happy with the plastic still being black. Wouldn't look bad as the only plastic on the 650D is near the bottom by the feet, on the hot swap bay lid (and inside it), and on the quick release handles.

I'd need to buff out some of the scratches mind. It is a 5 year old case now!
    
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