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Corsair Carbide Series 300R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case - Black £45.46 @ Amazon.co.uk, Prime Exclusive

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£45.46 @ Amazon
Great case for the price, just got one for a budget build i'm putting together for a mate. Read More
Great case for the price, just got one for a budget build i'm putting together for a mate.
tombyrne94 Avatar5d, 20h agoFound 5 days, 20 hours ago18 Comments
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It's a good case for the money.
plewis00
parsimony
Free P&P with Scan is simple enough to obtain so the price quoted is easily do-able.It's been discussed here more times than I can remember.
You need to spend £50 for free shipping. And that still doesn't fix the customer service issue - I'd pay that extra £6 not to be messed around in the event of an issue.
Still, I guess more choice isn't a bad thing and many people will be ordering more parts as well as the case so the £50 minimum should be easy enough to reach.

If you make x number of posts on Hexus you get free Scan shipping with no minimum.

10 years on and my lazy ass makes a few posts every time I order something from Scan, then I think "**** it cba" and just buy it anyway... one day though...

Edited By: ttttd on Jun 19, 2017 17:37
parsimony
Free P&P with Scan is simple enough to obtain so the price quoted is easily do-able.It's been discussed here more times than I can remember.


You need to spend £50 for free shipping. And that still doesn't fix the customer service issue - I'd pay that extra £6 not to be messed around in the event of an issue.

Still, I guess more choice isn't a bad thing and many people will be ordering more parts as well as the case so the £50 minimum should be easy enough to reach.
plewis00
This is who Amazon are price matching as Scan are £39.98 + £5.48 DPD = £45.46. Prefer Amazon customer service anyway.


Free P&P with Scan is simple enough to obtain so the price quoted is easily do-able.
It's been discussed here more times than I can remember.

This is who Amazon are price matching as Scan are £39.98 + £5.48 DPD = £45.46. Prefer Amazon customer service anyway.
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Versa C22 RGB PC Gaming Case from Thermaltake £45.48 (Free C+C, otherwise £5.48 DPD Delivery) @ Scan.co.uk £50.96

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Because you can never have enough RGB in your life. Thought this was a decent price for this case. Granted, it won't be to everyone's tastes, but it's from a reputable brand, and a decent price so her… Read More
Because you can never have enough RGB in your life. Thought this was a decent price for this case. Granted, it won't be to everyone's tastes, but it's from a reputable brand, and a decent price so her…
msmyth Avatar6d, 20h agoFound 6 days, 20 hours ago20 Comments
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Pretty pretty...
Be orate without the LGBT lights...
ocelot20
I know everyone has different tastes. But I don't get the appeal in LED lights on a PC case. It just makes your expensive computer look like something you just bought from Toys R Us.


And I happen to like Toys R Us Mr Pip Boy cheeky
Even if you took the lights off this case it would still be massively fugly
titchyyyyy
All taking the mick out of the RGB lights (I agree) but nobody has mentioned how decent the case actually is for the price?
It's pretty incredible for the price.


Edited By: BassBassBass on Jun 18, 2017 10:55
I didn't know toys r us sold shredders
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Honor 6X 32GB+ PC Case + Selfie Stick + Battery Pack £224.00 @ vmall

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£224.00 @ Huawei Honor Store
OS: EMUI4.1 (compatible with Android M) COLOR: Silver DISPLAY: 5.5’’FHD (1920*1080,1080P) CHIPSET: Hisilicon Kirin 655, Octa-Core (4x2.1 GHz+4x1.7 GHz) BATTERY: 3340mAh(typical), 3270mAh(rate… Read More
OS: EMUI4.1 (compatible with Android M) COLOR: Silver DISPLAY: 5.5’’FHD (1920*1080,1080P) CHIPSET: Hisilicon Kirin 655, Octa-Core (4x2.1 GHz+4x1.7 GHz) BATTERY: 3340mAh(typical), 3270mAh(rate…
pintxo_21 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago4 Comments
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and note 4 doesn't have NFC :(


honor has better camera though
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Fractal Design Define C Black PC Case - cclonline - £63.39

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£63.39 @ CCLOnline
The Define C is an ATX case that features a highly optimized open air interior design offering room for the most popular component setups.Dense sound dampening material throughout the case in conjunct… Read More
The Define C is an ATX case that features a highly optimized open air interior design offering room for the most popular component setups.Dense sound dampening material throughout the case in conjunct…
zer01 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago4 Comments
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Fractal design define is better though, and the sound dampening is the whole point of this case which the corsair lack, so you cant compare the two
Chippy8
Fractal Design make great cases.


I like my VERY quiet Define Mini 8)
Fractal Design make great cases.
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Cooler Master CM 690 III Mid tower - WHITE- Case £49.99 / £53.94 delivered @ CCL online

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£49.99 @ CCLOnline
Cheapest competitor is scan.co.uk £76.49 and £100 everywherelse Cooler Master 690 III White Case Part Number: CMS-693-WWN1-V2 PSU: Not Included 3 x 5.25" External Drive Bays 3 x 3.5" Internal Drive… Read More
Cheapest competitor is scan.co.uk £76.49 and £100 everywherelse Cooler Master 690 III White Case Part Number: CMS-693-WWN1-V2 PSU: Not Included 3 x 5.25" External Drive Bays 3 x 3.5" Internal Drive…
liammacca Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago6 Comments
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The price seems good but I don't see what this case offers over it's competitors...
Had a cm690 version 2 for years. Great case
Great case.

Heat from me.
gazdoubleu
Wonder if it already has fans


Yes 2 Front: 120/140mm fan x 2 (installed 1 x 140mm fan) • Rear: 120mm fan x 1 (installed)
Wonder if it already has fans
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Corsair Carbide 300R window PC case £39.98 at Scan

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£39.98 @ Scan
Just found this on Scan. Good case I've used before. Absolute bargain at this price. Roughly twice the price elsewhere. It says it's on sale and in stock. Not sure how long for. **delivery cha… Read More
Just found this on Scan. Good case I've used before. Absolute bargain at this price. Roughly twice the price elsewhere. It says it's on sale and in stock. Not sure how long for. **delivery cha…
spaghettihooha Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago30 Comments
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K1LLER_HORNET
Hate that window.


YOUUUUUU 'ORNNNNSSSS
draiii
powerbrick
towan
Cost of delivery not included in price (for non-forum members). +£5.48 for DPD delivery or +£4.79 for UPS collection from collection point.
But they have a shop you can walk into and purchase from so not needed in the title, is it?
how adorable that you think the entire country lives within a convenient distance of your area
Joined just to post that? Well done you. Alt account much...
powerbrick
towan
Cost of delivery not included in price (for non-forum members). +£5.48 for DPD delivery or +£4.79 for UPS collection from collection point.
But they have a shop you can walk into and purchase from so not needed in the title, is it?

how adorable that you think the entire country lives within a convenient distance of your area
RufusG
notos
I have windowless version the included fans are quiet and it's plenty roomy, perhaps too roomy for a simple build. Only real criticism is the mesh top panel that lets dust in but obviously, lets the heat out too.
I have that filter on the top , fits great
https://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverStone-SST-FF142B-320x155mm-Filter-black/dp/B00A5TCCZ2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494443325&sr=8-1&keywords=FF142B


bit of a douche question but got that filter, how have you got yours? :)
For those who want it to pimp it on budget
https://preview.ibb.co/gVTr35/20170421_072550.jpg

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=414118
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Fractal Design Define S ATX Computer Case, £57.99 from amazon - Prime Exclusive

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£57.99 @ Amazon
I am very happy with this case, plenty of space and dead silent. Optimally designed for silent computing, while not compromising on airflow and cooling capabilities Innovative internal layout, provi… Read More
I am very happy with this case, plenty of space and dead silent. Optimally designed for silent computing, while not compromising on airflow and cooling capabilities Innovative internal layout, provi…
zed68 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago20 Comments
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plath
Danjw91
This is usually the standard price for this, not really a deal. It is infact though an amazing case as I have it myself but got it for £48 when it was discounted.
Highly recommend the case but the price is a standard price for this case.
hasn't been £48 for a long time. i've had it on watch

Ive just posted deal for this case, £49.95 but for the windowed version

Edited By: Danjw91 on May 07, 2017 12:16: .
Q-Tec
A superb case; one is sitting at my feet now. The only thing I don't like is the 'wasted space' where the optical/HDD bays would be on a normal case. If you're going to use water cooling then this is obviously useful for resevouir and pumps but for mere-mortals it makes it look like something is missing. If I were buying now, I'd go for the Define-C with the PSU shroud!
You don't have to be faffing about with full on custom water cooling loops to make use of the extra space in the front of the Define S. I find the extra space gives peace of mind knowing I can have a large, push/pull AIO in the front of the case (it's quieter and lets in less dust than removing the ModuVent covers and putting it in the top) and still fit a 300mm+ GPU.

However, yeah, if you're absolutely sure you're not going to use the extra space for anything useful, you might be better served with the Define C.

Dan__
matt101101
Dan__
matt101101
Dan__
Dont know about this model but I've got the Define R5, which looks very similar.
I spent ages trying to decide which case to get and the R5 for me is brilliant, even though its a mid tower, it is huge for what it is. The R5 has a bay for adding external/optical drives.
I got it for around £80 new a few months ago.
The Define S and Define R5 are very closely related and are both fantastic cases.
If you need four or more 3.5” hard drives and/or support for optical bays, get the R5. If not, the cheaper Define S probably makes more sense; it still supports up to three 3.5” or 2.5" drives plus another two 2.5" drives. Obviously both cases also support M.2 drives attached directly to the 'board.
Also forgot to say........its the most silent case I've ever bought and seen. Honestly I can't even tell its on unless I look to see if the light is on at the top or if I see the motherboard led through the side window.
Yeah, it's ridiculously good. I've got the non-windowed version of the Define S, so I got sound deadening material on both side panels, and to call it whisper quiet would be doing it an injustice; it's way quieter than a person whispering.
I disconnected the power and HDD indicator LEDs. My original plan was to swap the standard blue ones for white, but once I'd disconnected the blue LEDs I decided I really liked the understated, no LED look. In fact, overall it's a really understated case, I'm really glad that at least one company are making well spec'd, reasonably priced cases which can take high end hardware but don't have that awful, tacky, RGB-LED "gamer" aesthetic.
I was going to get the non window case as Im not into window cases but for some reason I changed my mind and after watching plenty of reviews on both non window and the window version, I went for the titanium window version. It is dead queit, even though one side doesnt have the full dampning.
I like the blue led light, gives it a nice sleek look. The only time I dont like it is when Im sitting back at night to watch some of my tv shows or films then it does irritate me, but not a problem as I just cover it up with a phone case or something.
I used to have a full tower case and this met my needs perfectly, both size and looks wise. Still got plenty of space in there to do more. Bare in mind that I was willing to spend upto £200 on a case but didnt find any that I liked and weren't worth the money.
Yeah, it was at night that the blue LEDs annoyed me too, I thought white would be less distracting and hadn't really considered not having any until I'd disconnected the blue ones and realised I quite liked it. Mine is the black windowless one, so it looks a bit like a normal office PC, which is kinda the aesthetic I was going for; a sort of industrial minimalism kinda thing.

It meets my needs perfectly, too. I can't see that I'd ever need a new case for any hardware compatibility reason and the Define S seems to be about as quiet as cases get without using something like that (very expensive...) fanless thing Calyos are coming out with.
matt101101
Dan__
matt101101
Dan__
Dont know about this model but I've got the Define R5, which looks very similar.
I spent ages trying to decide which case to get and the R5 for me is brilliant, even though its a mid tower, it is huge for what it is. The R5 has a bay for adding external/optical drives.
I got it for around £80 new a few months ago.
The Define S and Define R5 are very closely related and are both fantastic cases.
If you need four or more 3.5” hard drives and/or support for optical bays, get the R5. If not, the cheaper Define S probably makes more sense; it still supports up to three 3.5” or 2.5" drives plus another two 2.5" drives. Obviously both cases also support M.2 drives attached directly to the 'board.
Also forgot to say........its the most silent case I've ever bought and seen. Honestly I can't even tell its on unless I look to see if the light is on at the top or if I see the motherboard led through the side window.
Yeah, it's ridiculously good. I've got the non-windowed version of the Define S, so I got sound deadening material on both side panels, and to call it whisper quiet would be doing it an injustice; it's way quieter than a person whispering.
I disconnected the power and HDD indicator LEDs. My original plan was to swap the standard blue ones for white, but once I'd disconnected the blue LEDs I decided I really liked the understated, no LED look. In fact, overall it's a really understated case, I'm really glad that at least one company are making well spec'd, reasonably priced cases which can take high end hardware but don't have that awful, tacky, RGB-LED "gamer" aesthetic.

I was going to get the non window case as Im not into window cases but for some reason I changed my mind and after watching plenty of reviews on both non window and the window version, I went for the titanium window version. It is dead queit, even though one side doesnt have the full dampning.
I like the blue led light, gives it a nice sleek look. The only time I dont like it is when Im sitting back at night to watch some of my tv shows or films then it does irritate me, but not a problem as I just cover it up with a phone case or something.

I used to have a full tower case and this met my needs perfectly, both size and looks wise. Still got plenty of space in there to do more. Bare in mind that I was willing to spend upto £200 on a case but didnt find any that I liked and weren't worth the money.
Gone up to £62
A superb case; one is sitting at my feet now. The only thing I don't like is the 'wasted space' where the optical/HDD bays would be on a normal case. If you're going to use water cooling then this is obviously useful for resevouir and pumps but for mere-mortals it makes it look like something is missing. If I were buying now, I'd go for the Define-C with the PSU shroud!

Edited By: Q-Tec on May 07, 2017 00:33
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Thermaltake P5 Core PC Case - Used Very Good £78.11 @ Amazon Warehouse

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£78.11 @ Amazon
To get the £78.11 price, add the "Used - Very Good" item to basket and go to checkout. This is the black edition. Case review: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7372/thermaltake-core-p5-open-air-chas… Read More
To get the £78.11 price, add the "Used - Very Good" item to basket and go to checkout. This is the black edition. Case review: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7372/thermaltake-core-p5-open-air-chas…
Vistrix Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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jimhuf
Will look good under the desk where a pc belongs
Where all the dust settles? Sure, if you have an ugly case.
I'm amazed at how people are so hostile towards a case!

That's true. If you don't do much dusting
jimhuf
Will look good under the desk where a pc belongs

Where all the dust settles? Sure, if you have an ugly case.

I'm amazed at how people are so hostile towards a case!
Will look good under the desk where a pc belongs
Are you talking from personal experience with this case?
copystuff
Dust collector
Another empty box deal, this time it's second hand too
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GAMEware Protective Games Case for 3DS XL 79p @ Game (Delivered)

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£0.79 @ GAME
GAMEware Protective Games Case for 3DS XL 79p @Game So this might to colf, but it looks good for if you were travelling and don't have space for all your game with cases, and for 79p you can't rea… Read More
GAMEware Protective Games Case for 3DS XL 79p @Game So this might to colf, but it looks good for if you were travelling and don't have space for all your game with cases, and for 79p you can't rea…
funkeymunkey Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Was showing as in stock but when I checked out would not let me, thanks though.
SavageDonkey
OOS
Showing in stock for me currently, has happened before when someone has commented oos and then me seeing its in stock and then 2 minutes later saying no stock
Edit: yep now oos, that was quick


Edited By: funkeymunkey on Apr 29, 2017 23:30
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CFI A8989 Mini-ITX Cube Case inc 150W PSU - Red/Black - £9 (£17.20 delivered) @ Linitx

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£17.20 @ Linitx
The CFI A8989 case is an ideal desktop or home server case where a single hard drive is being installed. It is an ideal low-cost alternative to the Morex Venus Cube cases. The Cube design and inter… Read More
The CFI A8989 case is an ideal desktop or home server case where a single hard drive is being installed. It is an ideal low-cost alternative to the Morex Venus Cube cases. The Cube design and inter…
mikerr Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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mikerr
Why are you mad if you are happy with the case ?
Mad - crazy - suprising.
Why are you mad if you are happy with the case ?
Pretty mad they still sell this case. I have had mine for 8 years or so and it hosts my home server (ubuntu server). I replaced the built in power supply a long time ago with a pico atx power supply as I wanted the server to be completely silent when the disks were spun down. The original supply had run 24/7 for 4 years without a hitch.

My motherboard is getting glitchy though and components are starting to fail so I'm about to replace it. I'll be using the same case so perhaps I'll get abother 8 years out of it!


Edited By: Daz555 on May 08, 2017 11:48
Undergrid
Not much of a replacement, that guy ended up buying a new case...

Lol, yeah, a different make and model case, PSU is the worst part of the CFI A8989, avoid

Not much of a replacement, that guy ended up buying a new case...
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fractal design itx nano s amazon 50 sovs free delivery - £49.95 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by ADMI Limited UK.

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£49.95 @ Amazon Marketplace
lovely looker , runs like a dream, completely new. discreet case no lights , restained scandi styling noise buffering built in , altho its ITX only, it has room for watercooling. good mfr too Read More
lovely looker , runs like a dream, completely new. discreet case no lights , restained scandi styling noise buffering built in , altho its ITX only, it has room for watercooling. good mfr too
GwanGy Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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And I actually prefer the mobo flat like you get in squarer cases for smaller builds.
Yes I agree , makes fiddling about etc much easier eg quality in Gold

Edited By: GwanGy on Apr 29, 2017 11:38
This is a quality case, highly recommend. I've got an EVGA 850W BQ PSU and a EVGA GTX 1070 SC in mine as well as H45 Watercooler and all fits perfectly fine.
It is a nice looking case. And Fractal Design's Define range is very good.
But... it's mITX and 28 litres. If I were to go for mITX would expect to put in a case a lot smaller than that. Plenty of 20 litre mATX cases. And I actually prefer the mobo flat like you get in squarer cases for smaller builds.
GwanGy
That is a good price .. however some people may prefer to use Amazon as they pay little or no corporation tax in this country.

Wait, you prefer to use them because they pay little or no tax in this country?! Why? I've heard of the opposite being true but never that before
That is a good price .. however some people may prefer to use Amazon as they pay little or no corporation tax in this country.
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Game Max Silent Sound Proofed PC Case (Free Delivery - No Prime Needed) - £44.88 at Amazon

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Cheaper price than normal, only dropped by a little bit but does look like a far more appealing price, had it sitting in my basket for 2 weeks, went ahead and bought it for my mid-range i5 6600k/GTX 9… Read More
Cheaper price than normal, only dropped by a little bit but does look like a far more appealing price, had it sitting in my basket for 2 weeks, went ahead and bought it for my mid-range i5 6600k/GTX 9…
f2k8 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago18 Comments
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ST3123
Anyone know of any reason I would not be able to fit a VERY long graphics card (30-32cm) in this? I recently got an amazing deal on an R9 Fury at Amazon, it's this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B014FFL95K/ but I couldn't believe how long and heavy it is. Despite having a full tower Coolermaster case, similar design to the CM690 II, the card is still too long. The case has drive bays in which stop me using anything like the full length. If I could remove the drive bays I could get it in for sure, but I can't see how (or even if) they come out? Kinda stupid design for a fairly high end case if they can't be removed.
Does this case permit you to use the full length (or most at least) to install graphics cards?
Thinking I might have to get one....
My case came in, and literally the whole case width wise can be used up just for a GPU, as there are no cages inside, the hard drive cages are in the psu shroud, not like a traditional case. According to the site: Max.VGA Card (Length) - 415mm and on the Amazon page for your GPU, the width of the card is 315mm, so you could fit the card in and still have 10cm to spare (on paper). I definitely think it will fit that GPU, it's also quite wide, so it will definitely fit width wise.
Ok, thanks. I take it you got the black one? Anyone know if there is any difference between the black and white cases besides appearance? I know it's a bit dearer but I really like the look of it in white. Been many years since I've had a white PC case, not especially fussy about appearance but I do like the look of the white one, hmm decisions....
Also anyone have any recommendations for a decent but cheap fan or two to put in this? I know it comes with one, but I like at least two in any PC case so there is a clear airflow path from front to back, especially as we enter the scorching British summer time ;)

If you have an old PC case, just take the fans from there and stick them in to this case, that's what I'm going to do, but if you want decent quiet pc fans, you may have to throw a bit more dosh at your set up. As for the white version, it's exactly the same, just white, so it's just aesthetics.
f2k8
ST3123
Anyone know of any reason I would not be able to fit a VERY long graphics card (30-32cm) in this? I recently got an amazing deal on an R9 Fury at Amazon, it's this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B014FFL95K/ but I couldn't believe how long and heavy it is. Despite having a full tower Coolermaster case, similar design to the CM690 II, the card is still too long. The case has drive bays in which stop me using anything like the full length. If I could remove the drive bays I could get it in for sure, but I can't see how (or even if) they come out? Kinda stupid design for a fairly high end case if they can't be removed.
Does this case permit you to use the full length (or most at least) to install graphics cards?
Thinking I might have to get one....
My case came in, and literally the whole case width wise can be used up just for a GPU, as there are no cages inside, the hard drive cages are in the psu shroud, not like a traditional case. According to the site: Max.VGA Card (Length) - 415mm and on the Amazon page for your GPU, the width of the card is 315mm, so you could fit the card in and still have 10cm to spare (on paper). I definitely think it will fit that GPU, it's also quite wide, so it will definitely fit width wise.

Ok, thanks. I take it you got the black one? Anyone know if there is any difference between the black and white cases besides appearance? I know it's a bit dearer but I really like the look of it in white. Been many years since I've had a white PC case, not especially fussy about appearance but I do like the look of the white one, hmm decisions....

Also anyone have any recommendations for a decent but cheap fan or two to put in this? I know it comes with one, but I like at least two in any PC case so there is a clear airflow path from front to back, especially as we enter the scorching British summer time ;)



Edited By: ST3123 on Apr 28, 2017 18:26
f2k8
SpitfireXXI
I have one of these....great value for money (I paid a couple of £'s more for mine) in my opinion. Cleary it's not silent as that depends on the components your have in it, and no case can kill 100% of the noise, but it's good quality, solid. I'll be buying another now that the price has dropped!

I figured, no case can truly be silent, but I hope this at least helps, I'll be fitting in bequiet silent wing fans, which are also attached to my cpu liquid cooler, and the GTX 970 Asus Strix fan barely ever comes on, it only comes on in 95%+ usage, so hoping that also helps.

Have you found it to be a decent case overall? Any problems that you can give me a heads up on? How does the sound proofing compare to a normal non sound proofed case?


It's hard to say just how much quieter this would be when compared to another case as I've only ever had the one setup in it, but it's a solid & roomy. It's my only non-watercooled case, and I'm sure it's only marginally louder than the others with an older build in it. I'd say go for it....I'm just about to again!
ST3123
Anyone know of any reason I would not be able to fit a VERY long graphics card (30-32cm) in this? I recently got an amazing deal on an R9 Fury at Amazon, it's this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B014FFL95K/ but I couldn't believe how long and heavy it is. Despite having a full tower Coolermaster case, similar design to the CM690 II, the card is still too long. The case has drive bays in which stop me using anything like the full length. If I could remove the drive bays I could get it in for sure, but I can't see how (or even if) they come out? Kinda stupid design for a fairly high end case if they can't be removed.
Does this case permit you to use the full length (or most at least) to install graphics cards?
Thinking I might have to get one....

My case came in, and literally the whole case width wise can be used up just for a GPU, as there are no cages inside, the hard drive cages are in the psu shroud, not like a traditional case. According to the site: Max.VGA Card (Length) - 415mm and on the Amazon page for your GPU, the width of the card is 315mm, so you could fit the card in and still have 10cm to spare (on paper). I definitely think it will fit that GPU, it's also quite wide, so it will definitely fit width wise.
Anyone know of any reason I would not be able to fit a VERY long graphics card (30-32cm) in this? I recently got an amazing deal on an R9 Fury at Amazon, it's this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B014FFL95K/ but I couldn't believe how long and heavy it is. Despite having a full tower Coolermaster case, similar design to the CM690 II, the card is still too long. The case has drive bays in which stop me using anything like the full length. If I could remove the drive bays I could get it in for sure, but I can't see how (or even if) they come out? Kinda stupid design for a fairly high end case if they can't be removed.

Does this case permit you to use the full length (or most at least) to install graphics cards?

Thinking I might have to get one....

Edited By: ST3123 on Apr 28, 2017 18:10
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Corsair CC-9011017-WW Carbide Series 300R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Performance Computer Case - Black - £45.46 @ Amazon

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Oversized, tinted window with room for dual 120mm or 140mm fans Room for graphics cards up to 450mm long. Keep your system cool with up to 7 fan mount locations. Built-in compatibility for SSDs in Read More
Oversized, tinted window with room for dual 120mm or 140mm fans Room for graphics cards up to 450mm long. Keep your system cool with up to 7 fan mount locations. Built-in compatibility for SSDs in
yoyelp Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Loved the Q6600 mine fried after cpu fan led snapped gutted!
Looks like a nice case, just bought one for my upcoming ryzen build. My 10 year old Q6600 system is long overdue for an upgrade! Thanks OP
Great price. Been using the non-windowed version for 3 years and it's a good case, lots of space and easy to get your parts installed, but I do wish it had a cover for the top which is just a bent mesh panel full of holes that let dust in.
B3aver
Great price was looking at this yesterday and decided on the phanteks p400s glass as it was cheaper and had glass heat from me anyway :D


Bit more £85 then found it cheaper :/
B3aver
Great price was looking at this yesterday and decided on the phanteks p400s glass as it was cheaper and had glass heat from me anyway :D


What price did you pay for the p400s?
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Kolink K6T futuristic mATX RGB Case Now £19.99 Was £49.99 / £30.49 delivered @ Overclockers

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I was looking for a cheap and cheerful mATX case (on a tight budget £25), came across this one and was surprised at the price. Ordered it last Friday and arrived today (Monday). Note: It is adverti… Read More
I was looking for a cheap and cheerful mATX case (on a tight budget £25), came across this one and was surprised at the price. Ordered it last Friday and arrived today (Monday). Note: It is adverti…
wugiyeung Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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brilly
japes
anyone else think this is fugly or just me?
nah.. you both are X)
Zing :p
japes
anyone else think this is fugly or just me?
nah.. you both are X)
anyone else think this is fugly or just me?
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Aerocool Aero-500 Gaming Case with Window and Card Reader - White, £29.99 from amazon

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Superb gaming case aimed for great airflow performance. • Specially designed top metal cover with extended depth to easily install 240mm water cooling system. • Bay covers are designed with a simp… Read More
Superb gaming case aimed for great airflow performance. • Specially designed top metal cover with extended depth to easily install 240mm water cooling system. • Bay covers are designed with a simp…
zed68 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago20 Comments
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Built my rig with this. Cable management possible if you take time
sunil79
Is this case fairly silent? And what would it normally retail for?

no, it has 0.5mm steel, for steel never go below 0.8mm, 0.6mm is what most flimsy wannabe cases are made of, the worst i have seen is 0.4mm.
you want silent you either buy a silent case like a Silenco by Cooler Master which aren't bad on a budget but those types of cases with noise dampening arent very good for heat dissipation.

I personally have a case made of 2mm thick brushed aluminium. heat dissipation is excellent.
You cant tell my machine is switched on other than the light as it runs silent.
to achieve this i use a Hyper Evo 212 with Noctua fans and more Noctua fans for case in and out.
I keep my i7 and RX 480 nitro+ at about 26c by running the Noctua case fans at about 18% and typically when seriously gaming they usually get to about 40% and level out the temps at 50c on the i7 and 55c on the rx 480. at which point the rx 480 will be spinning at about 1150 ish and the Noctuaon the 212 cooler on the i7 at about 45%
The psu is an evga g2 and rarely starts its fan.
Even wheen gaming it makes less noise than my friends watercooled pc when its web browsing (most would call his a quiet pc).
Not saying all this to brag but to point out what a well tweaked air cooled machine can accomplish, but its not easy! hours of running fan tests, hours of benching to check fan curves and the fans themselves aren't cheap (my fans come to 4 times the cost of the aerocool case in this deal).
A very serious warning, if you choose to do this it will become an obsession, some nights you may lay awake lamenting the fact everything but your pc is loud, you will hear everything, your partners breath won't be quiet enough, You will wonder how you can make him/her quieter, the washing machine will be a horror to your ears and you will never be able to cook bacon again.

So instead if you arent overclocking and you dont mind a little heat then grab a dampened case like a sileco 452 or 550, its far better for your mental health.

Before anyone says it yes at 100% Noctua fans are noisy, thats why mine are set to only run above 50% if the machine one day somehow gets over 85c which is less likely in my set up than Jesus inviting me to a private Guns and Roses concert on a private jet.
millward84
How does this compare to Antec 300 case?

The trusty 300. A very popular case in its time but it is a 5+ year old design now and things have moved on - The 500 has superior cable management (even though its not great but the 300 barely has any), you can fit a taller cooler, 240mm rad, more dust filers, bottom mounted PSU, dedicated 2.5" drive mount and iirc has more fans out of the box and certainly more fan mounting points.

Whilst the Aero-500 is a budget case its better than the CIT. They are both made in the same factory and the chassis is a similar spec however the plastic panels on the CIT are of very low quality. CIT is the kind of brand you shoot for if you cant afford anything but the lowest. Aero cool is a league above, again its budget but for the extra few quid its well worth it.

The Aero 500 has its flaws, and there are a few but for the money its a solid choice but if you are on a tight budget you can do much worse.
Cold can build one for less! Joke, great budget case for the money, heat!
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Aerocool Strike-X GT Devil Red Edition Midi Tower Case £29.99 @ Box.co.uk

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Loxust Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago6 Comments
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I've built using this case, not by choice. It's utter junk at any price.
I'd have one if I could mount a radiator at top.
i can't decide if i like it or not
Looks like the x factor logo ffs
X FACTOR CASE
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Novatech Stealth Micro ATX PC Case - No PSU - £16.99 / £19.38 delivered / Free c&c - Novatech

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Not really a deal but a very good case for building a pc on the cheap. The features and flexibility of this case are mental for the price. the specs are as below. And postage from £2.37! Or collect in… Read More
Not really a deal but a very good case for building a pc on the cheap. The features and flexibility of this case are mental for the price. the specs are as below. And postage from £2.37! Or collect in…
flukeskywalker Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago34 Comments
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Husla
Anyone know gpu length I can put into this?
anything there is loads of room, the full width of the case nearly
Anyone know gpu length I can put into this?
Anyone get this case? How's the noise off the front fan?
hcc27
PulisOut
flec
Not very stealth with a bright blue light..but!
Suppose you could disconnect the lights.

Yes that's not very difficult :)
For the life of me I cannot understand how these guys can sell a computer case - and from the looks of it pretty solid build quality- for under 20 quid and still make a profit.


Because it's really cheap pressed pig iron (_;)
Fairly sure this is a rebranded RaidMax case. Heat!

Edited By: faintaxis on Mar 07, 2017 21:17: Wrong case
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NZXT S340 Elite Case - Black/Red (Ryzen) - £74.99 / £86.69 delivered @ Overclockers

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Price is £74.99 if you qualify for free shipping (check their forums), or phone up and ask, they'll sometimes knock it off it you're a customer. Best price I've seen on this for a while. CCL (bl… Read More
Price is £74.99 if you qualify for free shipping (check their forums), or phone up and ask, they'll sometimes knock it off it you're a customer. Best price I've seen on this for a while. CCL (bl…
The_Hoff Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago15 Comments
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AMD... cold
Mine arrived today - great quality case for £75.


That one's the standard S340 case, not the S340 Elite with the tempered glass panel.
brilly
lol @ ryzen in the title

What, no love for Intel? Sorry... I'm jumping off that ship.
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Corsair CC-9011017-WW Carbide Series 300R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Performance Computer Case - Black at Amazon for £55.47

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Didn't realise I still had a camelcamelcamel alert set for when this drops below £64. Seems like it has dropped significantly for whatever reason and it's at it's lowest ever price. Not a bad looking Read More
Didn't realise I still had a camelcamelcamel alert set for when this drops below £64. Seems like it has dropped significantly for whatever reason and it's at it's lowest ever price. Not a bad looking
mos_ftw Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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babswatkins
The non windowed version of this case was the first ever case I built in and it's awful lol
Dust gets in through every single crack even with positive air pressure
No cable grommets and the hard drive caddies rattled
Included fans got thrown out after a weeks use as they are so loud... louder than the awful nzxth440 fans
I've built in tons of corsair cases and still have a server in a 650d and the quality is terrible but this case is by far the worst
Much better cases out there on the market at this price... I would recommend fractal or the nzxt s340
I can only agree. I've got the non windowed case version too and it's a dust magnet. The filters do sod all.

It's not all bad, the hdd caddies are nice and my h100 coole radiator fits in the top nicely.

Overall, I can't recommend this case.
get a phanteks or fractal design case instead. simples.
babswatkins
The non windowed version of this case was the first ever case I built in and it's awful lol

Dust gets in through every single crack even with positive air pressure

No cable grommets and the hard drive caddies rattled

Included fans got thrown out after a weeks use as they are so loud... louder than the awful nzxth440 fans

I've built in tons of corsair cases and still have a server in a 650d and the quality is terrible but this case is by far the worst

Much better cases out there on the market at this price... I would recommend fractal or the nzxt s340


apart from fans is there anything wrong with Nzxt H440? I'm think about buying non window version for Ryzen build and replace fans with Noctua..
The price dropped because nobody buy it. This should be the normal price for this case.
The non windowed version of this case was the first ever case I built in and it's awful lol

Dust gets in through every single crack even with positive air pressure

No cable grommets and the hard drive caddies rattled

Included fans got thrown out after a weeks use as they are so loud... louder than the awful nzxth440 fans

I've built in tons of corsair cases and still have a server in a 650d and the quality is terrible but this case is by far the worst

Much better cases out there on the market at this price... I would recommend fractal or the nzxt s340

Edited By: babswatkins on Feb 25, 2017 21:26: .
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Corsair 400C Mid Tower case £67.18 @ BT Shop

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This is the cheapest that the case has been since it came out according to PC-Part picker. Only 2 left in stock
Muzzard Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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It's a nice looking case and a very decent price. There are like plath says, many alternatives which are better for cable management, have tempered glass etc.

Have some heat
Poppydog
Not sure why you think it's crazy. This is the cheapest it has been anywhere for a year, bar a £64 Lightening Deal on Amazon last July. Great price for a well reviewed case.
plath
plastic corsair case prices just keep going up and up. crazy.

corsair plastic cases get released with silly prices these days too.

many case manufacturers are better than corsair's build quality these days. phanteks, fractal design, nzxt, lian li, and in win all make better build quality stuff in the higher price range.



Edited By: plath on Feb 12, 2017 11:25
I've had a load of corsair cases in the past and still have a 650d for my massive server but I have no idea why people still buy these overpriced cheaply made cases when you have companies like nzxt and fractal offering much better quality at competitive prices

In-win are offering cheaper alternatives too these days

I'm a sucker for aluminium cases so I tend to go for lian li or raijintek

Edited By: babswatkins on Feb 12, 2017 09:50: Info
Not sure why you think it's crazy. This is the cheapest it has been anywhere for a year, bar a £64 Lightening Deal on Amazon last July. Great price for a well reviewed case.

plath
plastic corsair case prices just keep going up and up. crazy.
This is the case I'd get if I was in the market for one now. I think it's still over £100 on Scan as well. Miles better than their 100/200r line.
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Nintendo Switch Hori 24 Game Cartridge Case just £8.99 @ Amazon (Pre-order)

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Someone said the games on the nations best selling console of 2017 seem to cost a few quid and aint cheap? Your gonna want to keep those cartridges safe I suppose anyway ;) Hori are an excellent br… Read More
Someone said the games on the nations best selling console of 2017 seem to cost a few quid and aint cheap? Your gonna want to keep those cartridges safe I suppose anyway ;) Hori are an excellent br…
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otterboxer
Yas
Noahsdad is the English Reggie Fils-Aime. An unstoppable enthusiast for all things Nintendo at unbeatable RRP prices.
Agreed Reggie Fils-Aime is unstoppable, an unstoppable douche. The things he's done (or rather hasn't done) stateside at nintendo are borderline criminal. I could do a better job, heck the apple turnover I just ingested to could do a better job.

I wish I had Apple('s) turnover.
Yas
Noahsdad is the English Reggie Fils-Aime. An unstoppable enthusiast for all things Nintendo at unbeatable RRP prices.

Agreed Reggie Fils-Aime is unstoppable, an unstoppable douche. The things he's done (or rather hasn't done) stateside at nintendo are borderline criminal. I could do a better job, heck the apple turnover I just ingested to could do a better job.
noahsdad
It might settle down once the mainstream console gamers have registered their votes.

Just keeps getting chillier in here eh? Also, what is a 'mainstream console gamer'?
total guff

cold
Yas
noahsdad
Yas
Noahsdad is the English Reggie Fils-Aime. An unstoppable enthusiast for all things Nintendo at unbeatable RRP prices.
Ah you assume I am English, bless. Lots of assumptions.
Thought you would take greater offence at the second sentence. Oh well.

I can assure ya that you'll always get suspended when he takes greater offence, I speak from numerous personal experiences (_;)
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Fractal Design Core 1100 Micro ATX Tower case - Black. Novatech - £27.99 Delivered

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Full spec: http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/core-series/core-1100 # An extremely compact micro ATX case, designed for exceptional airflow and cooling # Brushed aluminum-look front Read More
Full spec: http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/core-series/core-1100 # An extremely compact micro ATX case, designed for exceptional airflow and cooling # Brushed aluminum-look front
dt_matthews Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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H440 Mid Tower Case - Black / Red £92.99 @ OCL

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Very nice case for the money, £10+ less than any other website. The price dropped to this about two hours ago. Tasteful design, not too flashy and distracting like a lot of other cases, and feature… Read More
Very nice case for the money, £10+ less than any other website. The price dropped to this about two hours ago. Tasteful design, not too flashy and distracting like a lot of other cases, and feature…
HalfOfAKebab Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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Mine arrived on Thursday, got the white one from Amazon for the same price, but do wish I went for the full black now.

Either way very nice case. Plenty room to do decent cable management, a lot of hdd bays and temps are now very low and very silent. Have the 4 fans that came with it and the fan on my cooler and can barely hear it.

Edited By: BurnToasT333 on Jan 29, 2017 20:52
HalfOfAKebab
kennethsross
If it's £10+ more than any other website, why not buy it from one of the other websites?

My bad, that's a typo.


No probs! Just thought I'd point it out! Looks an interesting case. My present build is in a Nanoxia Deep Silence 2. Very impressed with it.
Looks like the case was designed specifically for Trident ram :p

http://hexus.net/media/uploaded/2015/7/b604de20-2d20-4f7a-be9d-6e2789191b6f.jpg
Danze1984
My mate has this case and has said it feels far from a premium case, regrets getting it instead of the R5.

Does he have any specific gripes with it?
kennethsross
If it's £10+ more than any other website, why not buy it from one of the other websites?

My bad, that's a typo.
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cheaperbythe12
This is still live at op's price.
There's also a few under £80 in the warehouse including one which should be new: 'Item is in original packaging, but packaging has minor damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy'.
The lightning deal price was £53.27

Ah sorry, didn't see that. Fantastic price!
cheaperbythe12
This is still live at op's price.
There's also a few under £80 in the warehouse including one which should be new: 'Item is in original packaging, but packaging has minor damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy'.
The lightning deal price was £53.27
This is still live at op's price.

There's also a few under £80 in the warehouse including one which should be new: 'Item is in original packaging, but packaging has minor damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy'.
DoctorDeals
I suspect a hero 8 mobo and 1070 won't fit, great deal


i have a hero 8 and 1070 and it fits. models which fit are standard width gigabyte g1, asus strix and evga sc. i have the sc black edition.
snappyfish
Shame it's micro


They do bigger one as well. its called Air 540.
i have this one and its superb. cons: powder coated metal chasis so it chips easily and you can use cpu cooler up to 120 mm
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Enthoo Evolv ATX Mid Tower Case £133.39 / £145.09 delivered Or Free Collection

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I have been looking for a good deal on this case and I stumbled across this, doesn't look too bad.
NojusPask Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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A shame this isn't the glass panel one.
Its cheaper if collecting from store so i might consider it, However Its not worth it if i needed delivery.
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Corsair 780T Graphite Series Windowed Full Tower ATX Gaming Case with LED Fan - Black/Red at Amazon for £136.95

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cheapest anywhere by about 50 quid and generally good reviews. Full tower case with massive expansion and cooling space Supports dual 360 mm radiators Front panel three mode fan controller Dual… Read More
cheapest anywhere by about 50 quid and generally good reviews. Full tower case with massive expansion and cooling space Supports dual 360 mm radiators Front panel three mode fan controller Dual…
shahidali47 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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this post should be removed, clearly this guy is not up todate
this deal is out of date, cold from me maybe he posted 4 years old link lol
adamskiidu_44
Kulaak
Never understand why they cant put the USB sockets in a more useful place...i.e on the front.
Well, a pc this size would take up a lot of room on a desk, so the other place would be the floor, hence having easily accessible front IO from above.

I take your point on that as long as it is either on the floor or placed in a pc "workstation" where there's plenty of head room.
Kulaak
Never understand why they cant put the USB sockets in a more useful place...i.e on the front.


Well, a pc this size would take up a lot of room on a desk, so the other place would be the floor, hence having easily accessible front IO from above.
Never understand why they cant put the USB sockets in a more useful place...i.e on the front.
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Aerocool Dead Silence Blue Gaming Cube Case £50.37 @ Box

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Aerocools DS-Cube, with its elegant appeals and clean design, is the perfect chassis for latest small-form-factor components! Users have the choice between total of six colour variations. Furthermore,… Read More
Aerocools DS-Cube, with its elegant appeals and clean design, is the perfect chassis for latest small-form-factor components! Users have the choice between total of six colour variations. Furthermore,…
Gentle_Giant Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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J400uk
Quite tempted by this, is it only Blue at that price though?

Yes, the other colours are about £65-£80, depending where you look; I guess "Elsa Blue" isnt popular - except with pre-school girls with a Frozen fixation.
(that will be my daughter then!!)
Great price. I got one from Amazon a few months ago for £65.

One word of note - it might be a small form factor case but it absolutely isn't a small case. If you are looking for a tiny mATX case, this isn't it.
Quite tempted by this, is it only Blue at that price though?
I have this in black. It just about houses my EVGA G2 650, make sure you check the length of your PSU. I think the max size is 165mm. Great case though, it's silent, fits in my massive cooler (Dark Rock 3) and 300mm GPU.
It's a pretty good case, I've had one (White on white with side window) for 3 years now.
Here's the review OP mentions:- http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/dead-silence-gaming-case,review-32802.html

Stuff to remember:-

Mini-ITX & Micro-ATX motherboards only, which fit horizontally.
Top will take a 240mm radiator for water cooling
Limited depth for PSU
Racks for 2x 2.5inch SSD & 3x 3.5inch HDD

Edited By: wonkothesane on Dec 02, 2016 13:40
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Sharkoon VG4-W Gaming Case for PC - Blue with window & 2 quiet fans £32.99 @ Amazon

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Now £2 cheaper for the Blue version and on Prime (Free next day delivery or £3 pantry credit) This is a very good mid-tower ATX PC case for the price with 2 x Fans. I think they are made by Betfe… Read More
Now £2 cheaper for the Blue version and on Prime (Free next day delivery or £3 pantry credit) This is a very good mid-tower ATX PC case for the price with 2 x Fans. I think they are made by Betfe…
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back to £32 all in
expired, now back to £36.99
Yeah that's a nice price.
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Fractal Design Define R4 White Case with Side Window - £55.47 delivered @ Scan

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£49.99 if you have free delivery. The Fractal Design Define R4 is the midi tower in the Define Series of computer cases offering minimalistic and stunning Scandinavian design fused with maximum sou… Read More
£49.99 if you have free delivery. The Fractal Design Define R4 is the midi tower in the Define Series of computer cases offering minimalistic and stunning Scandinavian design fused with maximum sou…
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Arcana
The "fridge" arrived.
Seriously, I heard people mentioned it was big but this is just ridiculous.
What is the point of such a big case? Even with 2 graphics cards and 3 HDD's/SSD's you could still fit a small dog in there. Well almost.
The bigger the case, the easier it is to tinker inside and the easier it is to do neat cable management. Of course at the expense of both space and weight. So it depends on what the priority is.

Edited By: jsty3105 on Nov 29, 2016 17:06
The "fridge" arrived.
Seriously, I heard people mentioned it was big but this is just ridiculous.
What is the point of such a big case? Even with 2 graphics cards and 3 HDD's/SSD's you could still fit a small dog in there. Well almost.
https://s15.postimg.org/bvmi8yz0b/IMAG0228_1.jpg
Does this fit the Asetek 240mm 570LXL radiator cooler?
Thanks Gozo
Dinje
My son needs a new case, his existing motherbaord is a Gigabyte SKT-1366 G1 Killer Guerrilla Motherboard will this fit?, and will the NVIDIA GeForce 1060 fit his motherboard?
Any help appreciated

Yes and yes.
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Fractal design node 202 - £49.99 - £60.49 delivered @ Overclockers

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The Node 202 is the ultimate PC case for those looking for a beautifully designed, compact chassis that can house a capable gaming build. Right now £49.99 | Usually £74.99 Really good deal! Espec… Read More
The Node 202 is the ultimate PC case for those looking for a beautifully designed, compact chassis that can house a capable gaming build. Right now £49.99 | Usually £74.99 Really good deal! Espec…
xia0st0ryx Avatar6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago6 Comments
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does it come with the horizontal gpu mount?
Thank you so much for not saying "gaming rig". Heat just for that!
Hunkerdown
Sign up to the forms and post a certain amount. Then you will get free delivery.

Lol ye watch me.
Sign up to the forms and post a certain amount. Then you will get free delivery.
I always wonder if OCUK parcels are delivered on a velour pillow by a butler.
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Fractal Design Define Nano S PC Case (free delivery) - £51.99 @ Ebuyer

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I posted this last month as it was available on Amazon for the same price: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fractal-design-define-nano-s-black-pc-case-51-95-amazon-2531292 If you missed that you can… Read More
I posted this last month as it was available on Amazon for the same price: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fractal-design-define-nano-s-black-pc-case-51-95-amazon-2531292 If you missed that you can…
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plumberman56 I have also bought from them for years. This is the first time I have had a problem with one of the items they sell. It is only when things don't go well that you realise how good a company are or not.
It is a pity that in my case because the item I bought was for my daughter at University, I did not install it for 8 days. If it had been seven or less then I would still be fighting them and maybe they would have given in under DSR.
should be expired
Link goes to page where this case is priced as £63.99 - looks to me like deal has expired...
For itx and a similar design (but more compact imo) check out the antec isk600. Great case imo
Been buying from them for years, just got a new tv...no problems at all :)
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NZXT S340 Mid Tower Case (White) £54.99 @ Scan.co.uk

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£5 cheaper than the Amazon deal the other day. Tempted to take the plunge on this as seems like a cracking case with good cable management options. Read More
£5 cheaper than the Amazon deal the other day. Tempted to take the plunge on this as seems like a cracking case with good cable management options.
Realillusion Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago13 Comments
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I have this case - it's pretty big and will house almost anything but just be advised that the thicker PSU cables are not so easy to 'hide' and you end up kind of stuffing them into a corner, especially if your power slots are on the far side of your motherboard.
No front slots deal breaker for me... and love their promo video :D
catbeans
What is a better case, this or the P400s?


had both, P400S has more features but s340 looks much nicer.
Fab case ! I just bought the elite the other day, panels are metal so iv got my family photos on it in magnetic frames. before you screw in the PSU I'd wire your ssds up first because it was too tight to fit the cables through ( saves you 60 seconds )
I've spent a fortune there over the years. we used to have building and modding parties lol. The shop is nice now, especially compared to what it used to be like but their choice and range has dropped a lot.
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NZXT S340 White Mid Tower PC Case (White) £59.98 (Black) from Amazon

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Really highly rated case at the lowest price I've seen in a while. The colour is a slightly too pimp for me but the black version is only £4 extra if you prefer. Product Description System Ca… Read More
Really highly rated case at the lowest price I've seen in a while. The colour is a slightly too pimp for me but the black version is only £4 extra if you prefer. Product Description System Ca…
Spark Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago23 Comments
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Amazing case, love mine and looks like it should cost far more.
I left a review on Amazon under my name "Dale" with pics etc.
millward84
b1g1an
No probs, Phanteks Eclipse P400 is about as good as it gets, check out the proper reviews on Youtube as most mention the S340 in comparison. This is a good one to start and keep going from there...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQmPG-pKks4
I got both when recently building a PC for my eldest, the NZXT looked good until the Phanteks turned up, improved on everything the NZXT got its reputation from and doesn't get scratched up if you breathe anywhere near it.
This better then the antec 300? Thanks

Yes it is. That's more of a brand name budget model.

It's a nice looking case but I wouldn't say it was a straight up alternative. I obviously can't comment on the build quality but a good case will lend itself to good airflow etc, this only comes with one fan (exhaust). Add in a decent intake fan or second exhaust and you're up to £45.
I also really like the compartment at the bottom of the S340 that hides all the PSU untidiness.
b1g1an
No probs, Phanteks Eclipse P400 is about as good as it gets, check out the proper reviews on Youtube as most mention the S340 in comparison. This is a good one to start and keep going from there...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQmPG-pKks4

I got both when recently building a PC for my eldest, the NZXT looked good until the Phanteks turned up, improved on everything the NZXT got its reputation from and doesn't get scratched up if you breathe anywhere near it.


This better then the antec 300? Thanks
Spark

I think these cases are in different leagues tbh.


Goes without saying.
Personally I'm happy with cheaper cases. I like many others don't have any need for super sturdy cases because (A) desktop PC's rarely ever get moved after being set up (B) We never feel the need to caress the PC and say "ahh premium quality".
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Corsair CC-9011075-WW Carbide Series 100R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case ONLY £40.00 in Black by Corsair From Amazon (Prime)

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Corsair CC-9011075-WW Carbide Series 100R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case ONLY £40.00 in Black by Corsair From Amazon (Prime) Brand Corsair Item Weight 4.8 Kg Product Dimensions 47 x 20.… Read More
Corsair CC-9011075-WW Carbide Series 100R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case ONLY £40.00 in Black by Corsair From Amazon (Prime) Brand Corsair Item Weight 4.8 Kg Product Dimensions 47 x 20.…
rubberbullets Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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Well I got a Corsair box from Amazon last month due to my old Thermaltake showing its age, and took the opp to get upgrade processor and motherboard at same time.Glad I did. Great case. Think any change I'll do in future will be another Corsair.Made mistake of getting a Micro ATX which was reason I actually upgraded ! (Son got the old comp to use as a Media-something -or-other)
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AVP Meteor Mid Tower Case £9.99 (Free Del) @ Ebuyer

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A cheap case but may do the job for <£10
JimBobJr Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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ebuyer used to be the mutts nut's I spent thousands a year when doing custom system builds... I reccomend then to no one these days....surprised the still exist as there cs is so dire
JimBobJr
grove39
JimBobJr
grove39
Avoid Ebuyer at all costs. Prices are a joke, delivery is a lottery and CS is non existent.
It's £10...
Yeah and then you have to hope it turns up.
Chances are it will. While you had 1 bad experience, millions of others are perfectly fine.
Im sure some people have had bad experiences with Amazon, does that mean they're bad? No.
Some people have bad experiences with eBay sellers, does that mean ALL of them are bad? No.

1 ? try 7. I've had things not dispatched at all when they said it had been. Sent the wrong goods. Charged twice and still had to wait 3 weeks for the item. I gave up on them. They couldn't organise a **** up in a brewery.
grove39
JimBobJr
grove39
Avoid Ebuyer at all costs. Prices are a joke, delivery is a lottery and CS is non existent.
It's £10...
Yeah and then you have to hope it turns up.
Chances are it will. While you had 1 bad experience, millions of others are perfectly fine.
Im sure some people have had bad experiences with Amazon, does that mean they're bad? No.
Some people have bad experiences with eBay sellers, does that mean ALL of them are bad? No.
JimBobJr
grove39
Avoid Ebuyer at all costs. Prices are a joke, delivery is a lottery and CS is non existent.
It's £10...

Yeah and then you have to hope it turns up.
Nice find, worth trying for £10 mines like 20 years old