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    Default Re: Corsair 380T and 780T

    I dont know what to say about this case...

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    Default Re: Corsair 380T and 780T

    which one? i actually kinda like the white 780T.
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    Default Re: Corsair 380T and 780T

    I like them both the little one would make a great lunch box

    Just kidding I really do like the looks of both the black and white cases

    and with the carry handle on the 380T makes for a perfect gaming case to carry to your next Lan party

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    Default Re: Corsair 380T and 780T

    the 380t kinda looks like a hi-tech vacuum cleaner?

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    Ice Cooler Mod!!!

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    i the 380T would be a cool little Lan case. easy to carry around.
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    Default Re: Corsair 380T and 780T

    Im thinking about doing a build, and i think i just found my case.... that 780T looks amazing
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    Default Re: Corsair 380T and 780T

    I did watch a video about the 780T. I think you will like it Alex.

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