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    Quote Originally Posted by InFecTeD View Post
    wtf? thats very low

    my opinion is that case the best.
    In the bottem segment you have many places for hard disk and also power adapter.
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    thats my pc. And i think you have a lot of space and thats looks better in my opinion.
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    mini ITX cases are absurdly too small and most of standard ATX cases are unecessarily too big, in 2020 nobody uses CD drivers nor bigass throttling old HDDs, no need of this space on front.

    This Corsair case is one of the best one you can buy imo, for a standard build to play everything. Yet you can still fit whatever you want inside such as a 360mm radiator and cool a heavy configuration properly.


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    yeye we get it, your cases are the best


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    Quote Originally Posted by AmcoTraD View Post
    yeye we get it, your cases are the best
    thisone's definitely one of the best

    I just meant I don't get why people still buys huge PC cases if they're not doing custom watercooling with modular warps and colored liquid... it's just huge, too huge. Just imagine a console player visiting his friend who plays on PC, he sees the huge PC case and thinks he could literally fit a dozen of PS4 inside, then he'll question his friend "man we play the same games, why that pc is so big? is it from 1986? It doesn't even read bluerays and you paid that 1000€? ohh my PS4 is so much better."

    In a world where everything gets smaller (sometimes for the best, sometimes for the worst...) some people are still trying to get bigger PC cases to have 80% of empty space inside, that's ridiculous.

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    i buy only huge case,u can put ur hand's inside without touch all the components (and maybe damage smth),better airflow,u can put any component's of the market without thinking if fit inside or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gods Hand View Post
    i buy only huge case,u can put ur hand's inside without touch all the components (and maybe damage smth),better airflow,u can put any component's of the market without thinking if fit inside or not.
    I did the same with my office pc. Overkill pc case and semi-overkill cpu cooling. Pentium G4560 with integrated graphics (no external gpu) in a big ass PC case with two cooling fans.
    -Cons:
    Takes up more space

    +Pros:
    -Lower overall temperatures
    -Has anti dust filters
    -Easier to assemble and better cable management solution which makes building pc's faster (imagine cable management in the cheapest bullshit pc cases - true nightmare)
    - Very silent because all the fans run at their slowest speed - even CPU one.
    - Don't need to clean it often, because the temps will never exceed more than 50 degrees of C even if the wgole radiator is filled up with dust.
    - Possible to add more hdd's/ssd's inside without overall too high temp raise.
    - Possible to add more fans just in case some upgrade
    - Possible to upgrade to a pro l33t gaming PC using the same case
    Where r my 115€ and now we Have a Problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeLLspAWn View Post
    I did the same with my office pc. Overkill pc case and semi-overkill cpu cooling. Pentium G4560 with integrated graphics (no external gpu) in a big ass PC case with two cooling fans.
    -Cons:
    Takes up more space

    +Pros:
    -Lower overall temperatures
    -Has anti dust filters
    -Easier to assemble and better cable management solution which makes building pc's faster (imagine cable management in the cheapest bullshit pc cases - true nightmare)
    - Very silent because all the fans run at their slowest speed - even CPU one.
    - Don't need to clean it often, because the temps will never exceed more than 50 degrees of C even if the wgole radiator is filled up with dust.
    - Possible to add more hdd's/ssd's inside without overall too high temp raise.
    - Possible to add more fans just in case some upgrade
    - Possible to upgrade to a pro l33t gaming PC using the same case
    I can do everything of that with this Corsair case and it's not bigger than it needs to be, ok I admit cable management demanded a little more work but... is it really a bad thing?

    @GH I had that issue while building my bro's mini ITX crap, but mine I had absolutely no issue at all and barely took me one hour to build it, no more than one hour (excluding the special attention on the cable management )

    really guys you should try that sort of case that removes all the superficial. It's looks much better. Air flow is also subjective, my CPU doesn't go higher than 58°c at full charge (which is 22°c less than with my previous Bequiet big case). Don't you think it would actually be harder to cool a bigger case? Like needing more fans (or spinning faster) to extract all the hot air accumulated in the case? The bigger it is, the more hot air it should keep...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    I can do everything of that with this Corsair case and it's not bigger than it needs to be, ok I admit cable management demanded a little more work but... is it really a bad thing?

    @GH I had that issue while building my bro's mini ITX crap, but mine I had absolutely no issue at all and barely took me one hour to build it, no more than one hour (excluding the special attention on the cable management )

    really guys you should try that sort of case that removes all the superficial. It's looks much better. Air flow is also subjective, my CPU doesn't go higher than 58°c at full charge (which is 22°c less than with my previous Bequiet big case). Don't you think it would actually be harder to cool a bigger case? Like needing more fans (or spinning faster) to extract all the hot air accumulated in the case? The bigger it is, the more hot air it should keep...
    You're wrong on this one. Hot air will still get out of case quickly even with no fans installed at all due to physics (the hotter the air, the quicker it goes up). Bigger case is always better in terms of components cooling because it leaves some additional space for hot air to spread and adds some kind of buffor just in case there's too much heat generated, thus making temperatures raise slower and cooling down quicker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    Air flow is also subjective, my CPU doesn't go higher than 58°c at full charge (which is 22°c less than with my previous Bequiet big case).
    But aren't you using a Ryzen now, compared to previously, Intel heater) And it is water cooling, didn't think air flow in case matters too much there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supersniper98 View Post
    But aren't you using a Ryzen now, compared to previously, Intel heater) And it is water cooling, didn't think air flow in case matters too much there
    It does but only for every PC component excluding cpu.
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    no heating problems in my itx case
    anyway the best atx case that i ever got considering its cheap price was the „AeroCool Quartz“


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    I remember Amco posted here his own made ITX case lmao

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    it was great for all the seminars that i used to have back in the days, there was just no way to game on console


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    Fun fact: Both quake live and Serious sam perform worse on RX5500 XT (vs GTX 660)
    RX5500XT has around 149% better performance than GTX 660 (according to GPUbenchmark website.
    RX5500XT is from 2019, GTX 660 from 2012.

    Quake live - Fps drops from 250 to even 120 (didnt have that on GTX 660). I had to tweak settings (aka disable alot of graphic consuming settings to make it even more "pixelated" 2002 style). After aplying some tweaks it finally runs "almost" as good as on GTX660

    Serious Sam - around 120 fps on LT while standing on the roof looking at whole map (on RX5500 XT).
    GTX 660 - 400+ fps...

    Ah yes - same settings, OpenGL set.
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    yeah i recently swapped my 5700XT with GTX 570 and what can i say? call of duty suddenly 149% performance boost

    ure a genius hellspawn, much appreciate


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