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Budget (including currency): 400 PLN (~130CAD)

Country: Poland

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I have hope to put this topic in good place if not please move it.

 

Hi,
I am looking for a PC case up to PLN 400 (the cheaper the better ~130CAD). The casing will stand in the space under the desk, surrounded on 3 sides by "walls" (length of the niche is 65cm). Only the right side is visible. I prefer the switch from the top, preferably on the right. Rather ATX format (maybe my mobo can be replaced with something better). It will happen that I will take the computer with me around country. I am afraid of glass. Can it easily snap in transport?, and I am not interested in RGB. I also have my 2 fans from Arctic P12 and Bionix P120.
Inside I will install: Ryzen 5 3600 cooled by Silentiumpc Fera 5, Gigabyte B450M DS3H V2, Seasonic Focus Gold Plus 650W and XFX Rx480 (waiting for my RTX 3060Ti).

I was thinking about (random orde)r:

  • BQ Pure Base 500 (I'm afraid of the temperature on the Gamers Nexus, a very large difference between the version, on the Polish YT the difference is much smaller)
  • BQ Pure Base 500DX (temp better, but not very nice in the pictures and louder than 500)
  • Fractal Meshify C (price cap, is it worth paying so much?)
  • Silentiumpc Regnum RG6V (has glass, but also quite good reviews in PL)
  • Silentiumpc Ventum VT2 (cheap, simple, small, no dust filter (I live on a gravel road), only 1 fan)
  • I would like to know opinions about them and maybe there is something even better, more sensible?

 

 

 

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you should consider avoiding a window to my opinion.

make sure to get a rigid motherboard pcie slot for that heavy 3060ti, or it can literaly snap the motherboard off while traveling. those pcie slots have a metal surrounding them.

 

case requirements -

no windows or fragile glass

no rgb

rigid materials

pretty small yet can host atx mobo

 

corsair 110q

corsair 270r

coolermaster n400

 

 

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Ok, but won't my parts bakes in that cases? What about mesh front? Is it better? 

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