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I'm planning on building an ATX case of aluminum and acrylic. I want to have both side panels split in two, ~2/3 the way through and have the shorter end (closest to the front) swing out and each old a x3 120mm radiator. I was wondering if you guys think I should have the cut straight down or have it in some sort of design, similar to the MNPC Tech Project Phenom? The case has influences from Lian-Li and Silverstone cases (willl find exact models later). Also, for those who build their own aluminum cases, how much and what thickness aluminum would I need. (heavier and sturdier is always better without breaking the bank) Thanks for all help!
    
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Rosewill Xtreme 750w Modded CM HAF932 
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