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Thermaltake's View 31 RGB vs Corsair Graphite 760T

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So my birthday is nearing and I'm already trying to calculate how much I will draw in from my friends... I know I know a li'll immoral but I need a rig darn it. And the Thermaltake View 31 is sitting at 99 Dollars and at 89 dollars after rebate at my Local Microcenter while the Corsair 760T is sitting at 175 and at 155 after Rebate. Which one is best for showing off a build/price to build quality.

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Do you think the 760T is $60 nicer than the View 31? If not get the View 31.

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1 minute ago, Theguywhobea said:

Do you think the 760T is $60 nicer than the View 31? If not get the View 31.

I mean for a first time build, hiding a rats nest of wires is a nice perk...

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4 minutes ago, Panzer_Powner said:

I know I know a li'll immoral but I need a rig darn it.

Doesnt mean you have to pay so much for it, especially if you fancy a cheaper more modern alterantive.

 

You could jsut get something with a basement like the Meshify C, Corsair 460x or something

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Just now, Panzer_Powner said:

I mean for a first time build, hiding a rats nest of wires is a nice perk...

Right, but value in how the system looks is up to you. No one on any forum can tell you how much you'll like the look of something. A $60 difference is pretty huge between cases especially if the cheaper one maybe does 9/10 things you want it to do. If you value looks over all else and you think the 760T looks significantly better than it sounds like a good option.

 

Does the View 31 have significantly worse cable management options than the 760T?

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760t is full of wasted space with the many 5.2" bays that almost always go unoccupied. V31 looks tacky.

 

For larger in the 99 price bracket, Phanteks Enthoo Pro M. You have to purposely try to make cable management look bad.

 

For more compact, Meshify C. Either allows your system to actually breath.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Mooshi said:

760t is full of wasted space with the many 5.2" bays that almost always go unoccupied. V31 looks tacky.

 

For larger in the 99 price bracket, Phanteks Enthoo Pro M. You have to purposely try to make cable management look bad.

 

For more compact, Meshify C. Either allows your system to actually breath.

Sorry, they dont sell the Enthoo Pro M at Microcenter along with the Meshify C.

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