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Alright, I thought about it and although the hotswap feature is cool, it's not a necessity because I wouldn't need to do that often. So I made the plunge....local microcenter.....700D....200 bucks. I couldn't pass. I thought about it long and hard. Had to do it.
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Yes, now I can update my sig sooner or later. I will pick it up after work today
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Yes, now I can update my sig sooner or later. I will pick it up after work today
lucky you. I wish I had a Micro center near me, I have a Frys but it doesn't really seem to compare even though people try to say they are the same
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lucky you. I wish I had a Micro center near me, I have a Frys but it doesn't really seem to compare even though people try to say they are the same
Ya know, I just got back into the computer building scene and I didn't realize Microcenter had that much stuff. I bought most of my gear off of newegg. They are good, but it's always good to have a local store to go to. Always good when I need to make a return.
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newegg is where I buy 90% of normal hardware gear, cooling comes in from Performance-PC
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Newegg is a good spot. I like them, but now that i discovered I have a microcenter close to me, I'll have to check them out before I check newegg. Price wise on that 700D, newegg sucked. $299 at newegg, and $199 at microcenter. And if I feel, then I can get the see through door, but I don't care for that much. it would actually be cool if I can get this box to look like the server farm on metal gear solid 4.

EDIT: UPDATE - Microcenter does not have that freakin case anymore. They apparently do not update their site often. How mad/embarrassed I am. Think I got a deal. lol.
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post #27 of 40
NZXT Phantom.

Spacious/great cable management/killer looks.

(can be had for around $150 shipped off the Egg...sometimes they have the Phantom's on sale for $99)
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Newegg is a good spot. I like them, but now that i discovered I have a microcenter close to me, I'll have to check them out before I check newegg. Price wise on that 700D, newegg sucked. $299 at newegg, and $199 at microcenter. And if I feel, then I can get the see through door, but I don't care for that much. it would actually be cool if I can get this box to look like the server farm on metal gear solid 4.
Yup got mine from MC too but for $140 (with rebate) shipped @ the time Newegg had it for $299 and that is where it is always at it seems.
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EDIT: UPDATE - Microcenter does not have that freakin case anymore. They apparently do not update their site often. How mad/embarrassed I am. Think I got a deal. lol.
Damn that sucks man.
post #30 of 40
Cooler Master 690II has great wire management. $80 give or take.

Though a full tower helps when doing a full WC loop.

Look in the case section though, people have loops running with photos.
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