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silencer.dot

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i notice that my case i ordered when back to the orginal place it was shiped to for some reason. so pretty much i asked for a refund..

anyways. i looked at couple of cases.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16811129154
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16811129021
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16811119114

i love antec. but then im worried about the PSU slot on the bottom.. would it affect anything? the ground, static etc..

which case should i get?
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They're just basically upside down cases. Instead of the power supply being at the top, its at the bottom. Makes no difference. If it really bothers you, turn it the other way up :whistling:
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wouldnt do anything to the ground or something.. becuase when i install my PSU. the fan is at the bottom...
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Considering hot air rises, it would be foolish to put something that gets the warmest out of almost everything in your case on the bottom so that the heat it puts out can rise up and warm up the motherboard even more. I would never get a case like that, unless I wanted to ruin my computer quicker.

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Edited by Fenor, 17 December 2006 - 06:05 AM.

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but then what happens if theres alot of fans?
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Alot of fans = alot of noise. Well placed components and a couple fans cool just as well and keep the noise down to a minimum. But if you like the sound of small planes in your room when you're on your computer, then by all means put as many fans in as you want....

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XD my old case already sounds like a airplane
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