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Old 03-01-2007, 03:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i am looking for a case with good airflow from $50-$100

I am going to use the system with c2d e6320
2gigs of RAM ETC.
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What size? $50-100 after rebate or before?
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iCute s901 4GA SS

very good airflow, and not very expensive
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It can be that price after rebate, mid or full tower.
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Cooler Master Centurion 5, Antec P180B, Lian Li PC-7B to name a few.
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The CM centurion is a good case and it only costs $50, so you can save the rest for better hardware or maybe a gaming mice (i got a mx518 with my centurion case).
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I know everyone always says the psu that come with cases are crap, what about brands that make good psus?
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I think they usually include their lower end psu's.
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I think they usually include their lower end psu's.
yea they do the only companys that include a good psu with there cases are psu companies that make cases like ultra u can get an ultra case and get a ultra x2 modular psu they specialize i psu not cases but companies liek antec that make psus but specialize in case give crapy psu with there cases
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I'd prefer to get a case and PSU separately, regardless.
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