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    Default New Case for new build

    Looking at purchasing a new case since the rise in price for lexan doesn't seem cost effective to build a case
    so after much searching I have narrowed my choices down to the following 3 and would like some input from
    others. I do have to fit 2 RX480 rads in the case also but am interested in hearing opinions of those who have
    used or worked with some of the following case's. Merry Christmas to all Timmy

    Mountian Mods
    Ascension CYO (Choose Your Own)

    - Acrylic Color Clear


    - Back Panel Fan Spacing 15mm

    - Back Panel Type Quad

    - Finish Black Wrinkle

    - Front Panel Fan Spacing 15mm

    - Front Panel Type Standard

    - Motherboard Tray mATX / ATX

    - Side 1 Big Window Panel

    - Side 2 Big Window Panel

    - Side 3 Diamond Panel

    - Window Etching None grand total = $449.99


    Danger Den
    DD **Double Wide Tower** - 21 Black Series Edition
    The Double Wide Tower 21 Black Series is what the doctor ordered for extreme, massive cooling!! Multiple radiator support (one 360 radiator, two 480 radiators, and one 160 radiator). If you want to do a dual loop...no problem. Plenty of space!!

    Click the Features Tab for panel configuration options and additional information.

    Check out this Gallery of Photos. [/TD]

    Selected options:
    Case Color Style: [/TD]
    ]BiPolar - Clear Front and Back[/TD]
    ]SR2 Extension: [/TD]
    Front USB and Audio: [/TD]
    Yes[/TD]
    Dual Front 5.25" Bay[/TD]
    ]Back Panel Options: [/TD]
    ]PSU Mount - Bottom[/TD]
    Fan Grills: [/TD]
    Standard DD Fan Grill[/TD]
    Shipping: [/TD]
    I understand it may take 10 business days to ship
    Novus Cleaning Kit: [/TD]
    Yes - 1 Novus Cleaning Kit
    Open Hole Style - DD 120mm Stainless Steel Fan Grill
    grand total =$407.89



    Case labs


    MAGNUM MH10 Case
    Color​: Black​ Matt​e
    ]ATX L​ayout​: Stand​ard [/TD]
    MB Si​de Do​or: XL Wi​ndow ​(20.0​0)
    PSU S​ide D​oor: XL Wi​ndow ​(20.0​0) [/TD]
    Top C​over: Stand​ard V​entil​ated [/TD]
    I/O P​anel: [/TD]
    PCI B​ackpl​ate: Fan H​oles
    HDD C​age T​ype: [/TD]
    Stand​ard (​MAC-1​01) [/TD]
    grand total=479.99
    Last edited by TImmy; 20-12-2011 at 22:11.

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    I would go with the Caselabs, their cases are just gorgeous. I'd avoid the Mountain Mods simply because they provide ZERO cable management for their cases. I currently have a Danger Den case and love it, but with Case Labs they seem to give you more options for expandability.
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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Wait for my review to be posted the first week of January, it will be worth the wait.

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Ok looking forward to it, i am guessing your doing reveiw on case labs?
    its hard to be paitent when you got all of your parts for the new build
    but the case. Like a kid waiting on christmas. Lol

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Stan I've been looking at the tx10 case and its hard not to buy it. By chance do you have a tx10 or mh10 in from case labs your reviewing?
    I've looked at the other manufactured cases but seems like I should just by case labs. How about your two cents Doctor.

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Well I decided on the Case Labs TX10 wow, I hope the size of the case matches the price tag! lol
    TX10-V-TX10-V (Single M - BLACK $649.99
    ATX Layout-Standard
    MB Door-XL Window - CLEAR
    PSU Door-XL Window - CLEAR
    Top Cover-Standard Ventilated
    MB Back Plate-Fan Hole
    MAC-192-TX10 140.1 Radiator Side Mount 2 $65.90
    MAC-194-TX10 140.4 x 2 Radiator Super Mount $43.95
    Subtotal $760.80
    Shipping and handling $83.95
    Total$844.75
    Payment $844.75 USD

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Got the tx10 today wow is all one can say. This thing is bigger than I thought even after looking at the pics seems alot wider.

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Quote Originally Posted by TImmy View Post
    Got the tx10 today wow is all one can say. This thing is bigger than I thought even after looking at the pics seems alot wider.
    Post some pics, please. We want to see too.
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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Good thing you didn't wait on the review for it, very nice case congrats.

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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Here is a link to photo bucket with pics of case with my options. As you can see this thing is a beast. If it won't fit in this case you don't need it.
    If you run phase change cooling there is plenty of room in this case for that also. I may get with Cyber Druid for a waterfall that will fill 10 slots for
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    Default Re: New Case for new build

    Holy sh*t does it hold multiple mobos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Holy sh*t does it hold multiple mobos?
    Mine does not hold dual mobo's if you order the TX10D it will. one on each side of where the door opens.
    Huge case you can not go wrong with this beast unless you are limited on room but my wife thinks it looks
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    Lol, so gonna fill it with a dual processor X79 setup? XD

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    No this build will be based on the FX 6100 AMD. Just something to play with until FX II comes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TImmy View Post
    Mine does not hold dual mobo's if you order the TX10D it will. one on each side of where the door opens.
    Huge case you can not go wrong with this beast unless you are limited on room but my wife thinks it looks
    great. She also supports me buying any part I want to build this to whatever standard I like. I think shes a
    keeper. lol
    She's a keeper alright. Beautiful case. Congrats. Looking forward to pics of the FX-6100 build. BTW, when can we expect FX II?
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    Wow... that thing is a beast. I would love to put one of those in my office.

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