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1st Player Fire Dancing V2 PC computer Gaming RGB PC Case With 3x RGB fans £30.28 delivered at CCLOnline
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1st Player Fire Dancing V2 PC computer Gaming RGB PC Case With 3x RGB fans £30.28 delivered at CCLOnline

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Posted 15th Jun
Probably the cheapest RGB case at the moment. Do not expect greatness. Only suitable for cheap builds. Cheap, with ‘cheap’ design and materials. There are three RGB fans, which have molex connectors. There is acrylic transparent side and front panel. If you do cheap low end builds, and you buy more than one, it gets even cheaper, as postage becomes free from quantity 3 and above. Again, not a quality case, but it will do the job.
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Its an Acrylic front and side panel not glass and top mounted psu, as for price with 3 fans its good enough for a cheap build.
Edited by: "Meowsters" 15th Jun
Meowsters15/06/2020 06:58

Its an Acrylic front and side panel not glass and top mounted psu, as for …Its an Acrylic front and side panel not glass and top mounted psu, as for price with 3 fans its good enough for a cheap build.


It doesn't come with any fans.
GonzoFK15/06/2020 07:24

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Overview
The 1st Player Fire Dancing V2 is a Mid Tower gaming case with an acrylic front/side panel, The V2 comes with a simple and easy to build design and includes 3 x 120mm RGB LED fans.
GonzoFK15/06/2020 07:23

It doesn't come with any fans.


no idea what you looked at but the description from the website reads.

The 1st Player Fire Dancing V2 is a Mid Tower gaming case with an acrylic front/side panel, The V2 comes with a simple and easy to build design and includes 3 x 120mm RGB LED fans.

'includes 3 x 120mm RGB LED fans'

but saying that and after watching 2 videos on youtube the fans on the front are next to useless as the front panel is pretty much flush up to the fans so there is little to no airflow from them.
Where does the case get its air op? The front and side are completely sealed off.
GonzoFK15/06/2020 07:23

It doesn't come with any fans.


It comes with 3x RGB LED fans. And yes, the transparent panels are acrylic. See below:

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mojo511015/06/2020 07:40

Where does the case get its air op? The front and side are completely …Where does the case get its air op? The front and side are completely sealed off.


There is some gap between the front fascia/panel and the fans. See below:
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kittendoggie15/06/2020 09:03

There is some gap between the front fascia/panel and the fans. See …There is some gap between the front fascia/panel and the fans. See below:[Image]


What is that like 0.25cm wide?
Something like that, however, the front fascia has some slight bowing/curving which seems to allow air in. I’m doing a quick mid-range, relatively power-hungry, build as we speakand I’ll test it. I’ll report back later with temps etc
kittendoggie15/06/2020 09:36

Something like that, however, the front fascia has some slight …Something like that, however, the front fascia has some slight bowing/curving which seems to allow air in. I’m doing a quick mid-range, relatively power-hungry, build as we speakand I’ll test it. I’ll report back later with temps etc


Thanks appreciate it.
I can recommend Aida64 for cpu stress testing.
Furmark is a bit old but that makes a large amount of heat from the gpu.
I purchased this case back in January for £24 from ccl. I now have a gamemax f15m as the cooling on this case is horrific! Only positive to come out of it is the 3 rgb fans which I put in my new case.
Edited by: "ault67w" 15th Jun
Can you change colour on these led fans things, or is it preset?
DerekMartin15/06/2020 18:36

Can you change colour on these led fans things, or is it preset?


No, you can’t unfortunately
Update: after some experimentation with relatively power hungry hardware (old i7 860 and RX 480 graphics card), I can say that the system didn’t have heat issues. However, I added a rear fan blowing inwards (not exhaust). The combination of stock fans with the additional one made the case work very fine in terms of heat behaviour. For less power hungry hardware you should be fine with just the stock fans.
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