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Full tower case with good build quality

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Currently rocking the Thermaltake view 71, I love most of it, though it lacking a psu shroud, and the general cheapness of the panels are not great.

 

Loved the hinge on the front instead of 4 posts like most glass panels, though I'd like something that's not about 50-75 pounds like the view 71

 

Anyone have a recommendation for a full tower case with good quality materials, and preferably most slots can use 140mm fans so I can reuse the 140s I already have.

 

I liked the corsair 7000d airflow, but the reviews didn't seem great. 

 

Ideally for size the smallest Id wanta go is enough room for 3 140mm fans in the front, ive gotten used to the sound of 140s and i dont wanta go back to 120mm fans

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what're you doing with all the extra space of a full tower?

 

Anyways, phanteks makes some great cases.

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47 minutes ago, tkitch said:

what're you doing with all the extra space of a full tower?

 

Anyways, phanteks makes some great cases.

Before I bought the view 71, I helped a buddy build in a simular full tower case, and i much preferred working with that much room for cable management, It also helped storage wise, Idk if ill be getting rid of my hard drives, but as of right now i have 3 hard drives and 1 sata ssd, most mediums ive seen only have room for 2 hard drives + those SSD mounts on back.

 

Ideally i upgrade my motherboard once we know if the new AMD CPUs can go on x570 boards. Then i can go 3 M.2s and get rid of the hard drives.

 

edit: The one i liked from Phanteks was the ENTHOO PRO 2 CLOSED PANEL, I love the no damn tempered glass part of it. In addition the PSU not even being in the same area code means i finally have a excuse to guy some cable mod stuff.

Though that PSU doesnt look like it gets alot of airflow at all.

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Even Phanteks mid towers have plenty of drive space for most of them.

 

I have the Enthoo Evolv ATX and it comes with hardware to install 5x 3.5" Drives & 2x 2.5" Drives, and if you buy more parts, you can install more.

 

But I suspect the PSUs in that case get plenty of airflow, they don't need that much with the 140mm most have.

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