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post #11 of 20
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Why do you need to multiple post like that?

I think most Raidmax cases have removable trays. TBH it's not THAT great having a removable tray.
Oh, Wow, I didn't see all those. When I posted, it was after one post, but now I see that each post one after another. My bad.

Though, I was looking at Raidmax, and I'm beginning to like their cases, but I would like to know how well they do on air flow. Also, If someone could help me find a cpu cooler for my motherboard, that would be great. That seems to be the biggest issue here for me, not so much on the case.
    
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for cpu cooling you can consider the HDT-RS1283. it should fit into your motherboard and most cases
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Lian-Li... one of the best case manufacturers ever:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811112022

I own this case however I was totally spoiled since it has a removable motherboard tray and it was my first build. Man is it ****ing nice to have one of those. I think the airflow in this case is good the case is WELL MADE that's for sure my only complaint is the way the motherboard is mounted I just don't like it but it works.
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post #14 of 20
Ultra Aluminous has a removable mobo tray, i almost bought that case.
post #15 of 20
If you weren't on the $115 budget I'd suggest my case. It even has a window cut in the shape of a spidar! It's $620 on Performance-PCs.com if you're wondering.
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If you weren't on the $115 budget I'd suggest my case. It even has a window cut in the shape of a spidar! It's $620 on Performance-PCs.com if you're wondering.
LOL for $620 you would think the case wouldn't be so fugly...
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LOL for $620 you would think the case wouldn't be so fugly...
WHAT DID YOU SAY?!?!?! *slaps* It's better than that piece of plastic you call a case!
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WHAT DID YOU SAY?!?!?! *slaps* It's better than that piece of plastic you call a case!
:yawn: emote goes here...E-peen 4tl...
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I recently just purchased the Sigma Phantom. This case has drop down butterfly door on both sides. A motherboard tray, plenty of room for duel slot cards (HIS HD 2600 pro 512, with IceQ cooler on it, is in my case). Its overall a sturdy case. but does well with cooling. Has 2 120mm fans, and 2 80mm fans with it.

For about 10$ cheaper, you can get the version with no PSU Here.

Though, I would recomend the no PSU one more, because while the PSU that comes with the case is alright, its for older boards and doesn't have either a 12v rail, or a 8pin CPU power connector. Only a 4 pin CPU power connector.

The door on the front of the case is magnetic. Which is a nice added touch. Most everything in it is a tool-less design. So no screws or screwdrivers needed. Besides for the PCI/PCIe expansion slots in the back. I just used red thumb screws. And they work great.

The case is an amazing deal.

The only down side of the case is it is heavy. But, this is a desktop and not a laptop, so I don't think you plan to move it alot.
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Oh, Wow, I didn't see all those. When I posted, it was after one post, but now I see that each post one after another. My bad.

Though, I was looking at Raidmax, and I'm beginning to like their cases, but I would like to know how well they do on air flow. Also, If someone could help me find a cpu cooler for my motherboard, that would be great. That seems to be the biggest issue here for me, not so much on the case.
If by Raidmax, you're thinking of the Smilodon, forget it. While the fold out mobo tray is really flippin sweet, there is ZERO room for anything in that case. It basically turns into a brick of cables, plus you usually have to unplug all the PSU cables any time you want to mess around with the motherboard.
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