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Old 06-09-2012, 03:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Quality Vs performance case

Hello community, I'm here asking for a little bit of input on two cases I torn between =)
I can get either a Corsair Carbide 400r or a Rosewill Thor V2 for roughly the same price. I will not be water cooling, which means i wan't as much air as possible. The corsair is a big midtower and will fit all of my components, but the airflow isn't as nice as the Thor, which is also a quieter case. So i think that Thor is the case for performance. However, i've hear that parts of the case feel a bit cheap, and the corsair carbide is as well built and high quality as 100 bucks will go. Which would you recommend and why?

Thanks guys =)
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