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Should i get the A+ Case El Diablo or a different case?

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by KieranD, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. KieranD

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    I like the Thermaltake Armor more than any other at it's price..
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    The twin engine case is very good in terms of air flow, but it's also very loud. Gigabyte cases are usually pretty good. The Aurora line is VERY good.
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    what one i dont want to spend more than £60
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    So any recommendation on a case which one would be a better buy?

    If none of the mentioned cases would any other case be recommended?
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    I have a Thermalake Armour, brilliant case, heavy.... but brilliant.

    Its shown in the cable management thread if you want to see the inside of it.

    Bundles of space for everything
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    miksanity New Member

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    im saying the A+, it looks more well built, ya know? go for it bro.
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    try Collermaster RC-690 (dominator). It's fantastic! Totally toolless, great airflow, lightweight, cool, 7x120 or 140mm fans, great reviews, good cable management, bottom placed PSU, little outside (mid-tower), big inside. Take it! Fans completely silent
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    have to agree with you on that, i ordered one me-self :D

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