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Aspire
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Aspire
What about a Soprano?
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Whatever you decide to get, get one with 120mm intake and exhaust fans. It'll save you some headaches from noise, if noise bothers you. My case only has 80mm fans, couldn't fit any 120mm fans without major mods, and it's loud!!! I guess I should've went with a new case instead of saving a few bucks, but I put her to good use.
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i wuould go with aspire to
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Originally Posted by Irritant
You might also want to check out the new Raidmax Sirius, I can't find much info on it yet, and I'm not sure if it's really available anywhere just yet, but it looks an awful lot like the Aspire X-Cruiser, and it's all aluminum. Not sure of the price.
Dude i love your case that you have in your avatar that's insane :| I want one of those
 
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Originally Posted by Maxima
Whatever you decide to get, get one with 120mm intake and exhaust fans. It'll save you some headaches from noise, if noise bothers you.
120mm fans will also help with cooling as they usually move more air, or at least, have the ability to move more air. The average cfm for 80mm fans is about 28cfm, where as the average cfm for 120mm is about 50cfm.

Just lots more options for 120mm.
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