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Posted 11 December 2022

Affordable RGB PC Case - £28.98 + £3.49 delivery @ Ebuyer

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This PC case is one of the cheapest here! It has RGB LED Lights and a glass side.


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Mid-Tower case with RGB LED front panel. Bring your case to life with 14 different lighting modes to choose from. Comes with a full acrylic side panel and full length PSU shroud and lots of space for cable management.

Main Features

  • Mid Tower Case with RGB front panel.
  • Full Acrylic Side Panel.
  • Bottom mounted PSU With Full Length PSU Shroud.
  • Supports Graphics Cards up to 320mm and CPU Cooler clearance up to 160mm.
  • USB 2.0 & USB 3.0 Ports.
  • Removable Dust Covers.
  • Full cable management behind the motherboard tray to reduce messy cables.

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    I have built in this case before. It's not terrible but does have a fair few flaws.

    It's not a glass side it's plastic.
    No fans came with the case. Not even a cheap 120m fans the back. I recommend at least 3 fans in here 2 at the top and 1 at the back. I would say 2 at the front but won't get much air coming in at the front.
    Hard drive cage was a pain to work with.


    But it does look the part once built. I would only suggest this for a budget build.
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    Depends on the needs of the individual, as I've already got 2-3 fans.
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    I'm potentially after a new ATX case after getting an old gaming PC back. Haven't sussed out why it isn't working properly yet so don't want to spend any money on it until I know I can get it working but I'm town between this case and one off Box.co.uk. The other has a slot for the Blu-ray drive but I'm unsure if it will get any use so I'm weighing up going for something sleeker like this. They're both about £33.
    The old machine won't be used much, probably just for storage/backup as I have a Lenovo Legion laptop... I just enjoy the project of repairing.

    Anyway, that's my 'cool story' over. Thanks for posting OP.
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    I bought one off box recently, cit case for £28 delivered. Not RGB but does have blue LEDs down the sides, matching rear fan and window (although not sure if it's glass). I just wanted a cheap case too and wasn't fussed in RGB.
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    Unfortunately, I won't be buying a case. My PC is faulty. Got it back in 2010, sold to a colleague in 2014, and they gave it back to me earlier this year. Was hoping to resurrect it but sadly it doesn't seem possible. Goodbye old friend

    Think I'll buy a case for my Raspberry Pi instead

    The PC boots up but doesn't display anything so it's either a faulty GPU or motherboard at a guess, but I don't really fancy spending money and time repairing it.
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    Assuming you have a graphics card installed? Unplug the cable to that and stick it directly into the motherboard port. That way you'll tell.

    Since it's 2010 model you'll probs get a replacement GPU or motherboard used off eBay for £50.
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    Not sure will be good for airflow.
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    This Aerocool case is a good one to look out for, frequently has a code to bring it down to £40-50 (got it for £40 a few weeks back).
    Mesh so good airflow, buckets of space for cable management. Best case I've built a PC in for ages!
    ebay.co.uk/itm…886 (edited)
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