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need help on finding a tempered glass case that is "AIO friendly" with good vents for airflow.

 

thank you

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4 minutes ago, twisterfries said:

need help on finding a tempered glass case that is "AIO friendly" with good vents for airflow.

 

thank you

Fractal Design Meshify C, or Phanteks Enthoo Pro M TG

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I think you're spoiled by choice really but the top 4 that comes to my mind:

 

- NZXT S340 Elite 

- Phanteks P400 Tempered Glass

- Fractal Design Meshify C

- Corsair 460X. 

 

They are many more but these are the best bang for the buck

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I really love my Phanteks Enthoo evole TG case, and its pretty nice in my opinion with rgb and cable managment. 
BUT the Airflow in it isn't the best, but doable, and i have a x62 Kraken that fits perfectly both up top and infront. 
But however if the Define C TG came out a month earlier i would have bought that. 

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I've heard bad things about the Corsair X series' noise reduction, since all sides are tempered glass, there are notable gaps between all of the panels, effectively negating any noise reduction a normal case would offer.

The Define C TG or Pro M TG would be my suggestions

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