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Which case would you pick?

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ThermalTake View 31 RGB
4 20.00%
ThermalTake Core V21
2 10.00%
Corsair 280X RGB
7 35.00%
Other - Post below
7 35.00%
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    #1

    Opinion on new case.

    Looking for opinions on new case. Cannot decide

    Budget - $500+ (Yeah I love cases)
    Would prefer micro/mid/cube due to moving it quite often, and space saving.
    But happy with either ATX or m-ATX setups.

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    #2
    Budget?

    Size: Micro/Mid Tower/Full Tower/Super Tower?

    If money and size is no issue this would be my pick: https://www.thermaltake.com/products...?id=C_00002974

    edit: ah you added a poll afterwards lol, view 31 gets my vote out of those

    Have you considered the Fractal R6? https://www.fractal-design.com/home/...-c-blackout-tg

    Some other nice options

    https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/com...p?partid=29383
    https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/com...p?partid=31883
    https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/com...p?partid=29947

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    #3
    Damn, that 900 is a like a flat - I'm sure I could live in that.

    I do like the View 31 - I'm a big fan (HAHA PUN) of having multiple fans, not sure if that's my downfall But setups like: 3x120mm Front, 3x 120mm Top /w Radiator, 1-2x120mm Rear.
    Never really looked into bottom fan mounts.

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    #4
    Fractal designe R6 or similar

    i've got the define C tg, quite nice has room for 2 front 2 top and 1 back fans

    I think the r6 has a expandable front so you can put 3 fans/ liquid cooler

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    #5
    I've got the H200i from nzxt, fits an AIO and full size graphics card. Nice case too

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    #6

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    #7
    I have the 280X, therefore it is the best choice.

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    #8
    Lian Li o11 Dynamic... best case 2018 according to Dimitri from Hardware Canucks

    https://youtu.be/WTnFIJs53Pc

    Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

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    #9
    Hardware Canucks is awful

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    #10
    Not sure how well it reviews but that Lian Li case does look pretty damn sweet

    Hardware Canucks used to have good videos, but then that british guy left

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    #11
    At least quite a few other reviewers are saying good things about the o11 Dynamic. And i think it looks pretty

    Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk

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    #12
    yeah i dont pay attention to HW Canucks anymore after what they said about the 2080ti.

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    #13
    Im very tempted to get myself a PC O11 now

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    #14
    Karl_KaKa wrote:
    Lian Li o11 Dynamic... best case 2018 according to Dimitri from Hardware Canucks

    https://youtu.be/WTnFIJs53Pc

    Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
    The first one, in white, is nice. Clean. Sharp lines. Would work in either white or black.

    SirGrim wrote:

    If money and size is no issue this would be my pick: https://www.thermaltake.com/products...?id=C_00002974
    Dear lord that's one ugly case.

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    #15
    I have the Lian Li O11 dynamic. Its a really nice case, not too big, not too heavy and easy to build into. 3 fans on the side is enough to get really good temps. Best case ive ever had.

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    #16
    This would be my pick: https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/com...p?partid=28375

    Thermaltake cases are nice and all, but the steel construction looks and feels crude in comparison to a high-end Lian Li case.
    Last edited by alexvdl; 11th January 2019 at 2:39 pm. Reason: Signing off is a force of habit haha

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    #17
    I am really offended by the sideways fans in it.
    By the same token I'm sure lots of people don't like my case lol.

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    #18
    How about mini-ITX?

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    #19
    Pandaemonaeon wrote:
    I am really offended by the sideways fans in it.
    By the same token I'm sure lots of people don't like my case lol.
    This version doesn't have the sideways fans, the PC-O11WGX ROG Edition and PC-O11 Dynamic both have them, but the PC-O11WX doesn't.

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    #20
    Markuchi wrote:
    I have the Lian Li O11 dynamic. Its a really nice case, not too big, not too heavy and easy to build into. 3 fans on the side is enough to get really good temps. Best case ive ever had.
    What do you have running in it out of curiosity?

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    #21
    alexvdl wrote:
    This version doesn't have the sideways fans, the PC-O11WGX ROG Edition and PC-O11 Dynamic both have them, but the PC-O11WX doesn't.
    Lian Li just showed off a “water dist plate” for the O11 at CES

    It’s a plate that covers and fits in the entire front panel of the case that acts like a reservoir and pump
    What makes it really special is when you look through the front panel it gives the visual effect that your whole case is under mineral oil/looks like an rgb aquarium

    May not be the best explanation but I’m all for rgb aquarium cases

    https://www.google.co.nz/amp/s/amp.r..._distro_plate/

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    #22
    SirGrim wrote:
    Lian Li just showed off a “water dist plate” for the O11 at CES

    It’s a plate that covers and fits in the entire front panel of the case that acts like a reservoir and pump
    What makes it really special is when you look through the front panel it gives the visual effect that your whole case is under mineral oil/looks like an rgb aquarium

    May not be the best explanation but I’m all for rgb aquarium cases

    https://www.google.co.nz/amp/s/amp.r..._distro_plate/
    Performance-pcs is already selling something similar for a number of different cases including 011. Never heard of Barrow before though. https://www.performance-pcs.com/barr...-o11-case.html

    My pick if I wasn't into ITX; Coolermaster SL600M, the rotated expansion slot bracket is really cool.

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    #23
    oceanlyner wrote:
    What do you have running in it out of curiosity?
    Nothing special, 2700x and RTX2080 all air cooling.

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    #24
    Nothing special.. Lists high end components

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    #25
    nzbleach wrote:
    Nothing special.. Lists high end components
    I meant that as in no custom water cooling. Its just off the shelf components.