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What case should i buy

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djs488

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I am only 14 so I need a VERY cheap case. The one i have, i bought for looks only. It is completely closed on the front, no holes for fan intake. So, i'm looking for a relatively small, cheap, and very cool (as in cold) case. Please help.

David
 

Warlord2

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I just made my mom a computer and got her the SLK3700AMB this . I love it, has holes already made for 2 120mm fans and a nice hard drive rack that I could die for. Quite roomy inside and can prolly stick a h20 setup in there without a problem.
 

cyber mouse45

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The Spyder said:
now THIS is my next case........ not to hijack your thread...... but it has the NICEST paintjob ive seen :D
http://www.casearts.com/bluelight.html

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WOW!
 
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djs488

djs488

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i like the Directron / Chieftec Matrix MX-01W workstation ATX case. Thats the first one that Mouse posted. Right now i have an 80mm and 92mm blowing out and a 120mm blowing in. Will i have to get all new fans to put in this case?
 

The Spyder

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this case has 2x 80mm fans in the front and 2x 80mm HOLES (no fans included) in the back~ and gets GREAT GREAT airflow when you use equal fans :p
 
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djs488

djs488

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can i buy that green thing that holds a fan over the CPU by itself? i could mod it into one of those antecs.
 
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djs488

djs488

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also, whats the purpose of those purple fan holders? why don't they just screw the fans in?