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Akasa Omega

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  1. Darksaber

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    Akasa has taken the Mirage-62 case and has updated it using thick aluminum panels, adding air vents which also can be used for water cooling units and a stylish new front door. The mid-tower case features loads of space and some clever design choices to make it big enough for even the largest power supplies and longest graphics cards.

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    Wow, i always liked the variants of this chassis, but one that fits 2 rads without modding is just awesome.

    Not a great fan of doors, but regardless this thing just jumped to the top of my wanted case list
     
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    I used to have an akasa eclipse 62 and i have to say,the "bent" motherboard tray is a problem.When you install cards in the case with the board/tray already fitted in your case,you have to push on the back of the tray to get your cards in,and there is a good chance it will pull the front of the pci/-e cards out of the slot.

    These are very nice cases but i wish they would put a brace on the tray.
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