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What Case Is Right For Me?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I have A nice case right now but i want to change it since im gonna need to fit a 240 RAD in it.

I like cases with straight edges, <3

I also want a Side Panel Window.

I am looking at the H440, but i dont know yet and wich colour.

what do you guys like as a case?

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It's all down to preference... I have a 450D, and I adore it, my brother on the other hand says it's crap because it's plain.

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H440, Define r4, Obsidian 350D

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Personally I'm looking at the Enthoo Luxe from Phanteks. http://www.phanteks.com/Enthoo-Luxe.html


The black version specifically, really well built and smashingly awesome looking IMO :3

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I've got the Corsair 760T, which is absolutely fantastic.


It may not have the best functions or best capabilities, but it sure looks beautiful. Seriously. With the NZXT Hue I've got in there, sometimes I catch myself just staring at it.

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The define R4 is really nice and is elegant, the inside layout is really nice to work with as well they make a medium sized one as well as a large. I have the large(XL R2) one and its almost like a piece of furniture with the brushed cylindrical feet and it is also equipped with noise insulation foam padding. Great case imo.

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what do you guys like as a case?


for the dollars - phanteks enthoo pro (if available)

has ODD support (some still need it)

options (with/without window and PSU cover)

black or white color choice

awesome air cooling/AIO support, plus custom loop for future ideas

120/140 fans support front/roof/rear

1/2/3 GPU support

pretty solid built chassis

and under $100USD



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Phanteks Enthoo Pro or Luxe



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