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Akasa Cavalry Mid-Tower Case Pictured

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Akasa unveiled its newest entry-level ATX mid-tower chassis, the Cavalry. The case is designed for gaming PC builds on a shoestring budget. Measuring 180 x 370 x 418 mm, and weighing about 5 kg, the Akasa Cavalry makes use of steel (frame, panels), and ABS plastic (front/façade). It features two 5.25-inch drive bays, one exposed and about five discrete 3.5-inch bays. The PSU tray is located on the top of the case, the motherboard tray has a few cable-management holes, although it lacks one that makes it easy to deal with coolers with back-plates. Ventilation includes one 120 mm red LED-lit front-intake (included), one 80 mm rear exhaust (included), and provision for a fan on the side panel. It is priced at 29.90 €.

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the case is very very standard, top psu, no cable management
and everything is made simple
the good news maybe the front bezel looks good
 
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80mm fan? Do they still make those for cases?
 
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the psu tray located on the top of the case? no thanks, it would make more difficult to assemble and also will suck heat from motherboard, cpu (except using a liquid cpu cooler), etc