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I Need A huge PC Case!Bigger the Better!HELP!

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    Okay TPU ,I am so aggravatingly out of room in my case !The only reason I have not ordered my other HD4870X2 is because of my case being packed already! As it stands right now I have three of my four (Raid 0) harddrives in a cage in the 5.25 bays with my Blu-Ray player and one of the Harddrives is in the actual harddrive bays(This is the harddrive that is in the way of the Next HD4870X2)....
    SO Now I want a Huge case ! It doesn't matter if its tower style or case(desktop) style....any design is worth a look ! I would prefer NOT to spend $200ish , but if the case is really worth it then maybe ...so please people some suggestions and recommendations is what I am looking for here..Links...to sales I can get here in the good ole USA;) Thank you in advance TPU as you all have never ever let me down!:toast:!

    Anything being sold here and brought to my attention is worth a look as well!

    Bigger is better for me in this case ... lol ...Ironic!
     
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    The antec 1200 is quite massive but I'm sure there are better cases out there. I am about to install a 4870X2 to bench so I will take pictures.
     
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    Nice but I think I would prefer the bays to face the side of the case as it keeps things in the bays away from the mobo..

    Same as above I would like to see the bays face towards the case side ...I know this doesn't look as neat but again it keeps the bay stuff from hindering the mobo stuff.
     
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    i have a coolermaster sniper for sale soon. let me know
     
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    WOW this one is pretty awsome! PSU placement is a little strange!But the more I look at this the more I like it !

    This one has everything I am looking for to and is awsome!

    Sorry this one has the 3.25 bays facing the mobo and in the end would frustrate me...It is nice though.
     
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    Alright I think I will be buying this one...it looks like cable managment will be rough...nothing some backplate cut outs couldnt fix , also no plexi side panel :(....So can anyone recomend a style like this that maybe even better or bigger?
     
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    Coolermaster Cosmos S I have way more room than I need and it's huge.
     
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    I do like this case allot but I really am finished with bays 3.25 bays that face the mobo...I get too frustrated with them.Thank you though!
     
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    It has to be the Thermaltake Mozart :D
     
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    I agree that annoyed me as well. Otherthan that it is by far the nicest case I have ever owned or been around.
     
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    Having worked with the TT Armour and just getting a Coolermaster HAF 932 I have to say the HAF is wider and allows much more flexible cable management.

    It's also pretty versatile, able to change out the side fan for 4x120... I changed out the top 240mm fan for a 2x120 radiator...only to find out a 3x120 would have fit.

    The biggest bitch i have with it so far is that with the hdd's sideways, 90-degree sata cables are a must

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    The other annoyance is the really bright power light...cut a square of electrical tape and put it over it (blue on/off light with all other case lights red:confused:)
     
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    If you can still find it, grab the Rocketfish case made by Lian Li. It's the case I use and its MASSIVE. My motherboard looks soooo small in it.
     
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    I think these are non existent now.
     
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    and what about the nzxt whisper, is a full tower cheap
     
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