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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    And yes Cyberurnot I did but they look a bit to small and I don't want it to be that small. (I might just be in denial of the fact of im worried stuff wont fit .-.)(windows are cool)

    What if i said I was keeping the AIO cooler and wanting the push/pull idea on it with out it going outside of the case?


    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Trust me, they are not small cases.
    No, they are not small. Here is a shot of mine. There is a 240mm Rad with four 120mm fans on it on top, (in a push/pull configuration) two 140mm fans in front, and one 140mm fan on the rear.
    One HDD Bay is removed to allow for better airflow, and I can install a video card that is 17 3/4 inches long in it if I want to.
    It's not small at all,...........

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    The Corsair Air 540 is a neat case option... It's unique, and I think it will support their 240mm in push/pull. Not 100% sure, though! It also has a huge window, and looks to be very easy to build in, being a cube style case. Lastly, it has minimal bays.

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    In my opinion, the Air 540 is EPICALLY HIDEOUS to look upon. It's like the Elephant Man got bludgeoned to death with an upright piano, thrown into a recycling hopper at a Saturn factory, pressed into a rough cube shape, and then pissed on by Corsair. And then boxed up for shipping.

    I'd sooner have a Cosmos. Or a Phantom. And that's saying a lot for me.

    If you want a cube case with separated zones there are MUCH better offerings from Lian Li, or Caselabs, or even XSPC.

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    I didn't mention anything about the visual design of the case. Just throwing it out there for functionality reasons that I felt pertained to what the OP possible was looking for. I'm personally not a fan of cube cases. I use a CM 690 II that's been a wonderfully affordable option for me for a while now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    I'm starting to think Doc is under contract with Corsair to shill that thing. He's not even reading sometimes, he's just looking for any excuse to say "Get a 900D" in a post. What gives?

    It's a fine case, but it just isn't relevant in some of the places he puts it.
    Hey earth, think before you talk, I own 3 of them, and I wouldn't6 have spent $1000 if they sucked. And to be very honest with you, you need to stop bad mouthing our sponsors products every single chance you get. If the 900D was as bad as you think, why are they selling so many of them, and why is it that you can't find a single bad review?

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    I like the 900d And I will be getting one.

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    I think Caselabs and Lian Li are insanely expensive for a box. I personally don't get the attraction to their cases. I know you can put a lot of waco gear in it but there are cheaper options out there. Like the Air 540. Which actually looks pretty good.
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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Hey earth, think before you talk, I own 3 of them, and I wouldn't6 have spent $1000 if they sucked. And to be very honest with you, you need to stop bad mouthing our sponsors products every single chance you get. If the 900D was as bad as you think, why are they selling so many of them, and why is it that you can't find a single bad review?
    I don't think he meant to say that the case wasn't good, more of its out of the context of what the OP is asking for.
    Taking a look at what the OP was asking, it seems that the 900D was something he wanted to stay away from since he already thought his phantom was bulky.

    The phantom is already a pretty small case to me, so with his criteria, he may have to consider some other options.
    Like we mentioned, the 500R looks to fit some of his needs, or the fractal design Sandy and others mentioned is a nice option as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    I like the 900d And I will be getting one.
    That I agree on, If I had the money and needed another case, I would pick up a 900D. But I already have way too many cases here and i don't use.
    However that 900D would be a good replacement of my 800D, The 800D isn't the best air flowing case and I am sure the 900D will perform much better.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I think Caselabs and Lian Li are insanely expensive for a box. I personally don't get the attraction to their cases. I know you can put a lot of waco gear in it but there are cheaper options out there. Like the Air 540. Which actually looks pretty good.
    While I agree here, I also disagree. Case Labs and Lian Li are expensive, no doubt about this, however these cases were designed for some more then your avg. joe application formats and also the type of material used is the reason for the rise in cost. Can you image a case labs case made of steel to cut cost down, the thing will weight more then 100lbs before its even filled. Case Labs and Lian Li use aluminum to construct the cases to be light weight and durable. That's the main reason some buy them if you are looking for some super towers, its not always the exterior aesthetics that builders look at, but what the interior aesthetics that matter which is the sole reason I own one. But exterior aesthetics, I can agree its a little plain.

    Being a Case labs case owner, I have to say, its hard to look at another case and do a apples to apples comparison. Their just isn't another case out there that you can compare it to. Case Labs and Lian Li Super towers are in a league of its own.
    But if you consider the cost factor in, yes, there are other options that will meet the needs of most, but then there are those who beg to be different in creating some of there own. The term "you have to pay to play" comes to mind.

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    While I agree here, I also disagree. Case Labs and Lian Li are expensive, no doubt about this, however these cases were designed for some more then your avg. joe application formats and also the type of material used is the reason for the rise in cost. Can you image a case labs case made of steel to cut cost down, the thing will weight more then 100lbs before its even filled. Case Labs and Lian Li use aluminum to construct the cases to be light weight and durable. That's the main reason some buy them if you are looking for some super towers, its not always the exterior aesthetics that builders look at, but what the interior aesthetics that matter which is the sole reason I own one. But exterior aesthetics, I can agree its a little plain.

    Being a Case labs case owner, I have to say, its hard to look at another case and do a apples to apples comparison. Their just isn't another case out there that you can compare it to. Case Labs and Lian Li Super towers are in a league of its own.
    But if you consider the cost factor in, yes, there are other options that will meet the needs of most, but then there are those who beg to be different in creating some of there own. The term "you have to pay to play" comes to mind.
    Very compelling argument Kenny. I knew they made them from top grade materials and have a lot of features. Maybe once I get into doing some insane mods I may grow to appreciate everything they have to offer. Until then..... Im ball'n on a budget!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Very compelling argument Kenny. I knew they made them from top grade materials and have a lot of features. Maybe once I get into doing some insane mods I may grow to appreciate everything they have to offer. Until then..... Im ball'n on a budget!
    I hear you there... I've been balling on a budget lately, my Case Labs build has been by far my most expensive build and also still my main rig that I will not part out, I've been adding to it here and there as I come across some deals. I just TRI SLI'd my GTX670s in the case labs build (Took out my GTX650 Ti Boost). But one of them is on air at the moment since I can't find a matching water block like the ones I have. Still searching... If I can't find a matching one, I may need to get 3 new water blocks and sell off my other 2.

    Damn XSPC for updating the design mid way through....

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    Default Re: Thinking of getting a new Case.

    i like the Corsair A540
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    yes Corsair A540 looks Great
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post

    That I agree on, If I had the money and needed another case, I would pick up a 900D. But I already have way too many cases here and i don't use.
    However that 900D would be a good replacement of my 800D, The 800D isn't the best air flowing case and I am sure the 900D will perform much better.
    The reviews I've read showed the 900D with very poor air flow, actually. It's a wonderful case, both aesthetically and functionally; but I think it's more of a watercooler's dream, rather than a case one would buy for elite airflow. Something tells me the engineers at Corsair built them for exactly that, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackjack View Post
    yes Corsair A540 looks Great
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    That looks nice .-. I cant find a link to it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    That looks nice .-. I cant find a link to it?

    ah pardon me, you can find it here

    Another shot...

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