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AnthonyJ

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under 50bucks i got a ful size atx mobo. is there any decent cases that are quiet and cool(temp). looks dont really matter. hate led's. also i am running at 35c with a 120 cut into my sidepanel above the cpu. but its loud
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I use these cases a lot they are decent but i usually replace the junk PS with a thermotake or antec. On sale now for $10.99 with $16 shipping cost.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16811145046

Newegg has a bunch of cheap cases.

http://www.newegg.co...p;SubCategory=7


I also visit a bunch of sites looking for free shipping sales on cases.

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I use these cases a lot they are decent but i usually replace the junk PS with a thermotake or antec. On sale now for $10.99 with $16 shipping cost.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16811145046

Newegg has a bunch of cheap cases.

http://www.newegg.co...p;SubCategory=7


I also visit a bunch of sites looking for free shipping sales on cases.

SRX660

i dont need a psu, also i know they have cheap ones but i want a recommendation on a case that had good cooling. it can be more than 10-25 dollars, 50 limit(except the shippin, forget it)
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So what you should do is find a case that has several places to add in case fans, such as an 120 mm, or 90mm, or even 80mm. Mine only has 1 80mm

Edited by techie4fun, 22 February 2007 - 11:23 AM.

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The Thermaltake Mambo is good for the price, I have one and it's pretty cool inside with 2 120mm fans.
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