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Post Time for a refresh
Well I gazed into my PC case and even after frequent dustings things can get quite funky looking after 2 yrs.
Texas is notorious for dust.
So I'm gonna dismantle everything and install all new tubing, more HDDs and maybe a 770 WB and an SSD....ahem...JD.
Plus it needs fresh fluid.
So why do this and cram it all back into the same old case? Glad you ask.

Its all going back in maybe this.

On sale for $199 at Microcenter.
Around $300 anywhere else.
It's a simple looking case. However quite large. I may need outriggers.

http://www.corsair.com/900d


Sat Feb 15, 2014 5:52 pm
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Let us know what you think of it. I had looked at it in store when it came out and was severely disappointed. A lot of the pieces on it felt really cheap and the side panels were like paper thin.

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