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I thought Cyber Power had bought up Origin years ago. I wish companies still made traditional cases with enough HD bays, optical bays, and adequate room. And none of this silly tempered glass crap. I want something normal looking, without breakable glass, without RGB silliness, and is built to suppress sound with excellent cooling capability. The closest you can get is some Fractal case no one carries in stock in a physical store to check or heavily modifying a full tower from 9 years ago.

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I thought Cyber Power had bought up Origin years ago. I wish companies still made traditional cases with enough HD bays, optical bays, and adequate room. And none of this silly tempered glass crap. I want something normal looking, without breakable glass, without RGB silliness, and is built to suppress sound with excellent cooling capability. The closest you can get is some Fractal case no one carries in stock in a physical store to check or heavily modifying a full tower from 9 years ago.
Corsair, Cooler Master, Phanteks, Rosewill, Be Quiet!, Cougar, and Phanteks all offer what you seek.

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Corsair, Cooler Master, Phanteks, Rosewill, Be Quiet!, Cougar, and Phanteks all offer what you seek.
Thats not necessarily true. This is why I have stayed with my Old Rosewill case from the Late 2000's. Its a piece of **** compared to the nice modern cases out today, but its one of the few cases that fit my need for High Airflow, Side Intake, 5.25" Inch Bays, Plenty of space for hardware, and a 360 RAD. My current Rosewill could do all of that but the 360 Rad so I kind of just drilled some holes and plopped it on top, it doesn't look the best, but it gets the job done. I have been in the market to upgrade for 2 years now.

I almost pulled the trigger on a Caselabs Case, because it was the only case on the market that checked all my boxes, but it would have been $750 which I was having a hard time justifying to myself. Then they went out of business, and I lost my Opportunity. Thermal Take has cases that fit my need, but its ThermalTake, I have checked out the cases in person and the Quality is actually slightly worse then my current case, although it would give me more room so I might end up going for it anyway. I just really wish there were more options for high airflow, side intake, 3 5.25" bays, Plenty Of Hard Drive Bays, 360 to 420 Rad Support, EATX Support, all with the modern features like a PSU Shroud and actual Cable Management Options. But Finding something that checks all those boxes, especially while retaining the 5.25" bays is damn near impossible.

I know most people moved past optical drives, and I don't blame them. But being an Audio Engineer and having older clients, I still need to Burn Discs, and really using an external burner is not too much of a problem for me, but the Other 2 Slots I need for my 5.25" to 3.5" and 2.25" Drive bay, that allows me to just toolessly slide in a Hard Drive, full size or Laptop/SSD Size right into the front of my case and get to work, without having to open any thing up. I do a lot of Data Recovery Services and VM Work, and having that for me is an essential tool that works much better then having an external Dock and I don't want to lose it. On Top of that I still prefer using my Aquaero 6 XT that mounts in the 5.25" bay so having those are useful. I know I am old school in that regard, but having a case that caters to us while still having modern features and high airflow would be amazing. I know I am not the only one looking for this either, as I have come across several people in fields similar to mine who also would pay good for this case. I don't know about Caselabs $750 level, but certainly wouldn't bat an eye at paying $350 to $400 on a case that checked all those boxes with premium build quality. I know its neiche and the market isn't huge, but it is certainly there.

I keep checking new cases as they come out and get excited when I think they will meet my needs, but all of them end up falling short in one of the areas, and it will be sad if I end up having to settle for a 4 year old ThermalTake Case over some of the more premium brands.

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Quote: Originally Posted by PriestOfSin View Post
Corsair, Cooler Master, Phanteks, Rosewill, Be Quiet!, Cougar, and Phanteks all offer what you seek.
Mind recommending me a tower with 8 hard drive bays, at least 1-2 optical bays, cable management, ability to house a giant Noctua or BeQuiet! air cooler, sound deadening (or cold rolled steel), ability to house 5-8 case fans and still have a lot of room to work with. Also must have at least 2 USB and 1 type-C port in the front. Adequate cable routing features and back panel space is a must.

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Thats not necessarily true. This is why I have stayed with my Old Rosewill case from the Late 2000's. Its a piece of **** compared to the nice modern cases out today, but its one of the few cases that fit my need for High Airflow, Side Intake, 5.25" Inch Bays, Plenty of space for hardware, and a 360 RAD. My current Rosewill could do all of that but the 360 Rad so I kind of just drilled some holes and plopped it on top, it doesn't look the best, but it gets the job done. I have been in the market to upgrade for 2 years now.

I almost pulled the trigger on a Caselabs Case, because it was the only case on the market that checked all my boxes, but it would have been $750 which I was having a hard time justifying to myself. Then they went out of business, and I lost my Opportunity. Thermal Take has cases that fit my need, but its ThermalTake, I have checked out the cases in person and the Quality is actually slightly worse then my current case, although it would give me more room so I might end up going for it anyway. I just really wish there were more options for high airflow, side intake, 3 5.25" bays, Plenty Of Hard Drive Bays, 360 to 420 Rad Support, EATX Support, all with the modern features like a PSU Shroud and actual Cable Management Options. But Finding something that checks all those boxes, especially while retaining the 5.25" bays is damn near impossible.

I know most people moved past optical drives, and I don't blame them. But being an Audio Engineer and having older clients, I still need to Burn Discs, and really using an external burner is not too much of a problem for me, but the Other 2 Slots I need for my 5.25" to 3.5" and 2.25" Drive bay, that allows me to just toolessly slide in a Hard Drive, full size or Laptop/SSD Size right into the front of my case and get to work, without having to open any thing up. I do a lot of Data Recovery Services and VM Work, and having that for me is an essential tool that works much better then having an external Dock and I don't want to lose it. On Top of that I still prefer using my Aquaero 6 XT that mounts in the 5.25" bay so having those are useful. I know I am old school in that regard, but having a case that caters to us while still having modern features and high airflow would be amazing. I know I am not the only one looking for this either, as I have come across several people in fields similar to mine who also would pay good for this case. I don't know about Caselabs $750 level, but certainly wouldn't bat an eye at paying $350 to $400 on a case that checked all those boxes with premium build quality. I know its neiche and the market isn't huge, but it is certainly there.

I keep checking new cases as they come out and get excited when I think they will meet my needs, but all of them end up falling short in one of the areas, and it will be sad if I end up having to settle for a 4 year old ThermalTake Case over some of the more premium brands.

Also, you said Phanteks twice, lol ;-)
His suggestion holds merit if I wanted to buy older cases. I want a new case with modern features. Current market direction isn't going down the route I want it to. It's a no brainer to purchase a Cooler Master HAF case, but I don't want to mod the hell out of it because all its front panel features are from 2010. And I don't want to purchase extra add-ins. The only reasonable case is some full tower Fractal makes but I've never seen it in store and don't feel like buying and returning through Amazon or CrikeyEgg.

I still do optical in the form of BluRay on high quality discs. I've got stuff I burned over 20 years ago with scratches that still works without a hitch, same for scratched up BluRays from 2009 or 2010. Plus, optical bay to hard drive bay conversion and a flashed card make for more storage. A NAS is ideal, but I've already built three, in addition to Synology units.


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His suggestion holds merit if I wanted to buy older cases. I want a new case with modern features. Current market direction isn't going down the route I want it to. It's a no brainer to purchase a Cooler Master HAF case, but I don't want to mod the hell out of it because all its front panel features are from 2010. And I don't want to purchase extra add-ins. The only reasonable case is some full tower Fractal makes but I've never seen it in store and don't feel like buying and returning through Amazon or CrikeyEgg.

I still do optical in the form of BluRay on high quality discs. I've got stuff I burned over 20 years ago with scratches that still works without a hitch, same for scratched up BluRays from 2009 or 2010. Plus, optical bay to hard drive bay conversion and a flashed card make for more storage. A NAS is ideal, but I've already built three, in addition to Synology units.
Sounds like you and I are in the same exact market. I have all your exact needs. People laugh at people wanting Optical Drive bays on a modern case, but the needs exists, no matter how small. I have been building in a lot of Fractal Cases lately for clients, and they are a dream to build in, but I haven't seen any tower of theirs that would fit my needs either, except cases from 2014 that I am not sure you can even buy any more.

At Very Least I would need 2, but prefer 3, 5.25" Bays.

Because I have moved all almost all of my hard storage out of my case, save for 4 3.5" Drives, 4 2.5" Drives, and 2 M.2s, I could settle for a case that just had two of the Dual Drive Bays, and then Clever Mounts for SSD's On the Rear Side Panel and Power Supply Shroud.

I NEED Support for 2 360mm Radiators, but both 360 Rads need to be able to fit with the 2 5.25" Drives Installed (Every Modern Case that I am aware of that has both Dual 360 Rad Support and daul 5.25" Bay support, makes you choose between the 5.25" Drives and either the Top Mounted or Front Mounted 360 Rad, I need it to be able to accommodate all.)

The Last MUST HAVE that I need is a Mesh Side Panel Intake Option with Fan Mounting Support, I don't care about the new Tempered Glass Craze, I just want old school Side Intake, Its a Must here in Las Vegas, NV where my Room Temperature is never below 25c and frequently above 30c, having that extra side Intake helps My 10Gbe Cards, Sound Cards, and Raid Cards stay cool, as well as giving extra Ventilation to my NVMe Drives and VRM's. I am big on cooling and this has proven itself to be an effective way to keep my components cool, vs the modern cases which always end up with heat soak, especially for the add in cards trapped between a hot Power Supply and Graphics card, I just prefer having a side intake, and I wish this option would come back.

If the case fits the above options, then the rest I could compromise on, but I would prefer it to have the same Quality as a Phanteks or Fractal Design Case. Having that kind of top build quality helps in the build and upgrade process and would be awesome. The Rest is just having a Nice Modern Sleek look, with a Power supply shroud of some kind, and ample of Cable Management. My Current Case, the Old Rosewill Evo Armor V2 has support for all of these options but the dual 360 Rad support, and I have gotten around that by just mounting One of my 360 Rads to the top of it and drilling some Holes in the top for the tubing, and then I had to put the other Rad on Disconnects and mounted it to the wall just outside the case, which works well but is ghetto as hell and I would prefer to have room to put it in the case. The thing that sucks about the case is its poor build quality and horrible cable management options, with all the Gear I have in it, its impossible to hide all the cables, so I just can't wait to have a case that checks all my boxes.

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external rad+pump station makes things much easier, no having to hack & slash the main supports of your case to fit radiators in, etc... two tubes out to a mostly aesthetically pleasing radiator tower? non issue for me. that's my move if/when i retire my STH10.

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external rad+pump station makes things much easier, no having to hack & slash the main supports of your case to fit radiators in, etc... two tubes out to a mostly aesthetically pleasing radiator tower? non issue for me. that's my move if/when i retire my STH10.
Always looking for cool ideas. So right now My Rad Is literally just Plopped right on top of my Case, my case has mesh on the top, so I literally drilled holes for the Tubing and mounted my Rad to the Top. I am interested in this Idea you have for an External Pump and Rad "Station". Right now My Second 360 I have Mounted to some Brackets that I Screwed to a slab of Wood, that I then mounted to my wall directly behind the computer, and then my Pump is mounted to the Rad. I like it just fine, but its a bit of a pain in the ass when I am flushing the loop or doing any maintenance, just because its a little hard to get to.

Anyways, interested in your Station Idea. Still a bit of a water cooling Noob, only got into custom cooling about a year ago, always used AIO's before that, and finally decided I wanted to go big and have loved it ever since, but still have much to learn!

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i'd look at aquacomputer's prebuilts for an idea how to assemble your own. I think you'd even wanna host the reservoir in the pump/rad station, then you'd just QDC into your case.

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