Hello, I plan on making another build sometime I get a current planned re-build all finished, and by doing so, this is giving me enough time to find out what computer case would best suit my needs.
So far I've found my way through looking at Antec 1200, but then I looked into Lian Li's.
I've found two cases that I do like, but there is just one thing making question the two on the amount of space available for a graphics card.
One of the choices for such case is indeed due to me wanting to get a Radeon HD 5970 when prices come down some. My Cooler Master Storm Scout, I know for sure won't be enough for such beasts, and it will instead have it's place for another soon to come re-build.
, onto the main question I have on comparing the two Lian Li's, the two I am looking at are PC-A70
I looked these up for sure, and I've gotten information from Performance PCs and Lian Li's site that the PC-A70
does indeed offer up to 390mm ( 15.3543307 inches) of space for a graphics card, and the PC-B70
offers 345mm ( 13.5826772 inches) of space.
When I compare pictures, they look like they'd have the same amount of space, so I am just unsure of that, other than that, I think they should have plenty of room for any graphics cards, right?
Other questions are,
1.) How good is the wire management possibilities of these cases?
2.) At the top, back side of the cases, is that another available locations for harddrives?
3.) On the Lian Li PC-B70, the one metal support (Not sure of the exact name), in the middle, which looks like it's to support long cards, it won't get in the way of needed power connectors on most long cards, right? Also, is it real important to add additional security like that for big graphics cards?