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Antec Sonata Case any good for Overclocking

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jlepri

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Nov 13, 2003
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Pittsburgh, PA
Just started to buy components for my first build PC and was getting cold feet about buying the Antec Sonata Case. I plan to overclock my 2500+ to 3200+ (if possible) using Corsair XMS 3200 and ABIT NF7-S R2.

I was wondering if anyone has first hand experience with this case as far as overclocking/heat dissipation goes.

I plan on cooling the CPU with a ThermalTake Silent Boost. I quiet PC is a concern of my wife's ;) .
 

dropadrop

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Mar 17, 2001
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Finland
It's a great case! Very silent, and the 120mm fan on the back moves alot of air. I built two computers for friends using that case and started to really feel like changing my antec 1040 into that...

Maby you are in the wrong forum section though?
 
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jlepri

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Pittsburgh, PA
I know the case has had great reviews but is it a good case if you plan on overclocking your PC. I posted in this form hoping that someone may have some first hand experience overclocking their system using this case. Thanks for the reply.