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Can you identify this gaming PC case?

Apr 9, 2018
96 (0.16/day)
It's seen better days but I rescued this awesome PC case (complete with both side panels and 750W PSU) from the scrap heap.
No idea what it actually is though, there's no branding whatsoever.
All I know is that it's possibly 8 years old (has an AMD FX badge) and it's built like a tank in terms of quality, but that's it.


Nov 13, 2007
7,689 (1.74/day)
Austin Texas
System Name _
Processor 8700K @ 5.1 Ghz
Motherboard MSI Z370-A PRO
Cooling 120mm Custom Liquid
Memory 32 GB 3600 Mhz DDR4 16-16-16-36-380 trfc - 2T
Video Card(s) Gigabyte GTX 2080 Ti Windforce (Undervolted OC 1905MHz)
Storage 3x1TB SSDs
Display(s) Alienware 34" 3440x1440 120hz, G-Sync
Case Jonsbo U4
Audio Device(s) Bose Solo
Power Supply Corsair SF750
Mouse silent click gaming mouse
Keyboard tenkeyless
Software Windows 10 64 Bit
Kind of looks like a cooler master from back intheday

Like a cm690 derivative
Sep 6, 2019
882 (9.28/day)
System Name just ordinary potato system, but dont understimate potato..
Processor ryzen raven ridge 2200g
Motherboard msi b350 pc mate
Cooling x2 cheap china handmade
Memory klevv dual channel 3000mhz, random ddr2 stick
Video Card(s) vega 8, rx 580
Storage wd green ssd 240gb, 3tb seagate expnasion, random laptop hdd x4, 1tb 3.5
Display(s) acer vgo 22inch fullhd 75hz
Case cheap segotep/dazumba mid atx, alcatroz mini atx
Audio Device(s) genius retro wood style, harman kardon stick iii
Power Supply be quite system power9, powerlogic standar, voltron 300fx
Mouse rexus, genius ps/2, powerlogic ps/2 ball tracking
Keyboard rexus, random china product x3
Software talking abt best software, autodesk/unity3d/notepad yes notepad!!
Benchmark Scores theres nothing to brag abt potato, but it can run decent 30fps fullhd with good setting:)
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Apr 9, 2018
96 (0.16/day)
Kind of looks like a cooler master from back intheday

Like a cm690 derivative
Looks like you're on the right track, I googled some of the steel pressing numbers (e.g. SDG5980001) and all the results are Coolermaster.
Seems to be a variant of the Coolermaster 690.

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