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Best Answer Gaberial , 28 January 2019 - 02:22 PM

wow you seem to have hit the nail on the head. Lots of air flow, nice front IO, dust filters ... you guys are awesome thank you. Not sure how I missed this case when browsing newegg myself.  Go to the full post »


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Hello everyone!

 

OK, so new PC build time for this geek and I would love some suggestions on those who know. I am looking for a case that will do exactly 3 things. First and foremost is proper air flow. I dont mind buying extra fans for the case, but with the current trend of PC cases being tempered glass to show off the components, and enough RGB to start a rave being popular. I feel like the current industry has kind of lost its way on what a PC case SHOULD be doing that is ... properly housing a computer and keeping its components as cool as possible. So Here is what I want

 

1 Best possible airflow, and room to house the important bits such things as after market cooler. I will be building a mid-high range computer ... Intel I7 or Ryzen 7, GTX 2070 to 2080, type build, I am a Hobbyist Twitch streamer if that helps.

 

2 Good dust filtration, I live in Texas so Loooots of dust in the area

 

3 relevant front IO. If it where not for this, I would be more willing to just buy an older style case that was better known for its air flow but I dont want outdated Front IO. 

 

Thanks in advance you beautiful geeks!


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Hello Gaberial,

 

Fractal Design Define R6 USB-C Blackout Brushed Aluminum/Steel ATX Silent Modular Mid Tower Computer Case


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wow you seem to have hit the nail on the head. Lots of air flow, nice front IO, dust filters ... you guys are awesome :D thank you. Not sure how I missed this case when browsing newegg myself. 


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Glad we could help and thank you for the follow up Gaberial  :thumbsup:

 

 

You are welcome btw  :)


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