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what is the best mid/low budget case to choose

4 hours ago, Hocigache said:

is THERMALTEKE ATX VERSA J24 TG RGB FAN any better?

Thermaltake's cases are typically a bit lower construction quality wise than their competitors, but also cheaper in price. So you get what you pay for in that regard.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello i've seen so many reviews about those cases and it made me so confused on wich one should i get?

  1. Cooler Master MASTERBOX K500
  2. Cooler Master MasterBox Q300P
  3. Cooler master mastercase h500

 

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4 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

Look at their Silencio models - I'd argue far better than the Masterbox models.

they are the best at the price i could afford

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Just now, Hocigache said:

they are the best at the price i could afford

What about a Fractal Design or NZXT case? Why are you only looking at the mediocre Mastercase models?

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Just now, 5x5 said:

What about a Fractal Design or NZXT case? Why are you only looking at the mediocre Mastercase models?

NZXT are more expensive and Fractal Design doesn't exist in my country

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Just now, Hocigache said:

NZXT are more expensive and Fractal Design doesn't exist in my country

What country is that? Moving down the list, Antec, DeepCool, BitFenix, what else is available? You can't expect me to believe that only 3 Cooler Master cases exist in the whole country?

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Just now, 5x5 said:

What country is that? Moving down the list, Antec, DeepCool, BitFenix, what else is available? You can't expect me to believe that only 3 Cooler Master cases exist in the whole country?

you don't know Algeria my friend, what about Corsair Crystal Series 460X Tempered G?

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Just now, Hocigache said:

you don't know Algeria my friend, what about Corsair Crystal Series 460X Tempered G?

It's meh - like any tempered glass case, it will be more fragile than a normal windowless case. But I'd probably take that over the Masterbox. Still loud, though.

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Just now, 5x5 said:

It's meh - like any tempered glass case, it will be more fragile than a normal windowless case. But I'd probably take that over the Masterbox. Still loud, though.

THERMALTAKE COMMANDER C34 ?

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1 minute ago, Hocigache said:

THERMALTAKE COMMANDER C34 ?

Are any sound-dampened cases available?

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55 minutes ago, Hocigache said:

THERMALTAKE COMMANDER C34 ?

Commander C34 and the Matercase H500 are more or less the same. If ity's down to those two, pick whichever looks good to you as functionally thye're about the same.

 

The Q300P is terrible, and the Q300L is a bit better but wont have nearly as good airflow as any of the other cases you've mentioned are available. 


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13 hours ago, 5x5 said:

It's meh - like any tempered glass case, it will be more fragile than a normal windowless case. But I'd probably take that over the Masterbox. Still loud, though.

is THERMALTEKE ATX VERSA J24 TG RGB FAN any better?

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4 hours ago, Hocigache said:

is THERMALTEKE ATX VERSA J24 TG RGB FAN any better?

Thermaltake's cases are typically a bit lower construction quality wise than their competitors, but also cheaper in price. So you get what you pay for in that regard.


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57 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

Thermaltake's cases are generally a bit lower construction quality than their competitors, but also cheaper. So you get what you pay for in that regard.

Thank you bro, you were of a great help

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