75 months ago
Hello fellow PCPP users,
I would like to ask is the PSU position in a case really a factor to add in the advantages of a case or not? Then there seems to be quite a fuss of bottom being better and all, top restricting airflow... I wonder, is there any solid facts, I would like some true answers, not some personal thinking. I would like some answers from people that know their thing and done/seen some tests. Any proof and seriousness is appreciated.
I am asking so because I own a ATX Mid-Tower case because I was at first going for an ATX case but then I changed my mind and went with a newer mobo this one is MicroATX rather than my first will with an ATX. (I own a case and a mobo) I oftenly go to my cottage(every non-business days.). So with all that traveling, I was going to opt for buying a MicroATX case and sell my Gx700 that I got for 42$- -Any takers? I was looking and I found a nice case from Fractal Design for a really tempting price of 50$ at neweggUS. I live in Canada but I can arrange something to ship it to a friends house. I looked also at the Cougar Spike, nice looking but some disadvantages: orientation of HDD trays and more.
Finally, I personnaly had a thought that bottom was better and it was kind of my criteria for a while. I wonder if it is a fact to consider.
Thanks to all who replies