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I built this for a customer who was looking for a small but very powerful gaming pc. The handle on this case makes it great for someone that will be moving the computer around a lot. I was impressed at how cool this case stayed under load.

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  • 62 months ago
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This looks so good and compact.

  • 62 months ago
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thanks. it was a little tricky hiding the cables for some of the fans but in the end it turned out great

  • 62 months ago
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Time for a LAN party!

  • 62 months ago
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right! ahh I miss the old lan parties where everyone was actually in the same room; good times, good times

  • 62 months ago
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Yeah man, have fun with this on it is a great build with a lot of power. +1

  • 62 months ago
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Great job! Please tell me the name was in reference to the Land Before Time movies. That would complete it.

  • 62 months ago
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absolutely is!

  • 62 months ago
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Great build, could you tell Why did you buy the 120 mm fans? I am planning to buy same CPU cooler

  • 62 months ago
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the stock fans that come with the Corsair H100i are not bad, pretty decent actually, but the Corsair SP120 Performance edition fans move more air and look a lot nicer (easy to match many color schemes). They are an optional upgrade but I really love the matching color rings and in my opinion they are worth the extra $30

  • 62 months ago
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Are the stock fans noisy?

  • 62 months ago
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not terrible but the sp120 are quieter and move a lot more air; worth the $31.99 for sure

  • 61 months ago
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this thing looks badddd asss. ty for making this i know now what i want for a case and this is exactly it. . i plan to liquid cool aswell.

  • 61 months ago
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thanks! yeah this was a great build. I really love the handle on the case, makes it very easy to move around and the case feels very solid

  • 60 months ago
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I too have the 380 T case. How much of a pain in the but was the cable management for you?

  • 60 months ago
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it was not terrible actually. I used a good number of zip ties and got creative but overall I am very happy with how it turned out. For an ITX build I would say it was better than most; definitely better than the Bitfenix Prodigy build I did

  • 58 months ago
  • 1 point

did you have troubles with the h100? i had to have mine with the tubes on the other side bc there is a hard plastic spike in the case that will push part of the rad in if the tubes are like you have it. did you notice that at all?

  • 58 months ago
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I did notice that but it was not too bad on my build; I do know exactly what you are talking about though and its annoying!! Corsair's own install videos show to install it this way yet that plastic piece from the front panel does get in the way

  • 58 months ago
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yea it terrified me bc i heard a pop (the cooler actually halfway pushed the spike backward so the case kept squeeking) so i just have the h100 flipped. still waiting on my cpu to come in before its all done so hopefully itll work just fine being flipped to the other end.

  • 58 months ago
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scary for sure. Overall I really like the case. it looks very unique and I love the handle

  • 51 months ago
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Hi, I am looking for a 200mm case fan as my 380T front fan. Is your Aerocool fan audible? Quieter than the stock one? Would like to get some comments from you :)

  • 50 months ago
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Is this power supply good? I am looking for a 650-750w PSU that's fully modular. This one is pretty cheap and i am looking to use this case. Is it good with this case? Can you use the 3.5" harddrive cages and this PSU at the same time? Ty for answer

  • 50 months ago
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I have been happy with this PSU overall although there are better PSUs to be had (EVGA Supernova G2 or almost anything SeaSonic) I believe that it will work with the 3.5 hard drive cages but I am not sure as I have not tried it

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  • 62 months ago
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really it was actually quite easy to build in, much easier than the Obsidian 250D. The sides both pop off very easily without any thumb screws and it is really easy to get to everything. The H100i was a tight fit but other than that it was a straight forward build. there are all kinds of tie down points for you to zip tie things down