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Promoted 08-28-2016 by Corwin at 07:01 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has DIYPC ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case w/ 2 Fans (J180-BL, Black) on sale for $34.89 - $10 Rebate = $24.89. Shipping is free. Thanks Artifact

Note: 1 x Rear 120mm LED Fan (Pre-Installed) + 1x Front 120mm Fan (Pre-Installed)

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Written by Corwin

Rebate is valid between 8/03/2016 and 8/31/2016, limit 1 per household. -Corwin

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Edited August 28, 2016 at 02:39 PM by Artifact
DIYPC J180-BL Black Dual USB 3.0 ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case with Build-in 2 x Fans (1 x 120mm Fan x Front, 1 x 120mm Blue LED Fan x rear) [newegg.com] - $10 Rebate [newegg.com] = $24.89
  • 18.80" x 8.24" x 18.00", 12.00 lbs.
  • 2 x USB 3.0 / 2 x USB 2.0 / Audio Front Ports
  • 2 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 2 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays
  • Dust filter at bottom - easy clean
  • Support up to 161mm CPU cooler
  • Support up to 380mm VGA card

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#3
Doesn't support 240mm watercooling radiator up on top
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#4
How would that be possible with no fans on top anyway?
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#5
looks good, hopefully has sturdy frame for the future build
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#6
c'mon, MATX cases! WHERE YOU AT!!!?
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#7
I'm tempted with no use for it at all, thumbs up.
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#8
It looks okay.. cheap light weight alloy or plastic.. I want a new case but I kind of want a smaller form factor..
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#9
Interesting case... seems like it will be relatively quality construction, as it's made for enthusiast PC builds. In for 1 to replace the HTPC case on my extra system.

You can't tell by NewEgg's images, but there is a single 140mm opening at the top, suitable for a liquid cooler.
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#10
why do they put LEDs in these things.. like a disco.. seems like an ok case with USB 3 up front too..

I have this diablotek case now paid $27 for it .. only usb2 up front but comes with a 400w power supply

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...wer_Supply
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Quote from ZippyTheChicken View Post :
why do they put LEDs in these things.. like a disco.. seems like an ok case with USB 3 up front too..

I have this diablotek case now paid $27 for it .. only usb2 up front but comes with a 400w power supply

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...wer_Supply
That diablotek power supply is horrible. Hope your not running anything good in that rig since that PS could burn something up.
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Quote from ZippyTheChicken View Post :
why do they put LEDs in these things.. like a disco.. seems like an ok case with USB 3 up front too..

I have this diablotek case now paid $27 for it .. only usb2 up front but comes with a 400w power supply

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...wer_Supply
that diablotek and this case dont even compare,and that power supply shouldn't be used for any computer you care about
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Quote from BigDubbe View Post :
that diablotek and this case dont even compare,and that power supply shouldn't be used for any computer you care about
i have had 2 of diablotek cases since I built an i5 2500k about 5 years ago

The reason i have the second one is i left my headphones in and tripped over the cord and messed up the jack but the rest of the case is still fine including the power supply.. I just got a new one because it was $27 for a case or about the same for a front addon thing to fix the sound that you put in your empty drive bay.. so i figured get the case..

that is real world for me .. and its been over 5 years

I will also add the computer is my main computer which I run MediaCenter and a Ceton 4 tuner on.. the cpu is commonly maxed out when its recording 4 shows and also converting those files to MP4s for storage on my NAS ... ITS ON 24/7 except reboots for Windows Upgrades once every few weeks...
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Last edited by ZippyTheChicken August 28, 2016 at 07:41 PM
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looks like a cheap case. anybody care to comment on this?
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Quote from ZippyTheChicken View Post :
i have had 2 of diablotek cases since I built an i5 2500k about 5 years ago

The reason i have the second one is i left my headphones in and tripped over the cord and messed up the jack but the rest of the case is still fine including the power supply.. I just got a new one because it was $27 for a case or about the same for a front addon thing to fix the sound that you put in your empty drive bay.. so i figured get the case..

that is real world for me .. and its been over 5 years

I will also add the computer is my main computer which I run MediaCenter and a Ceton 4 tuner on.. the cpu is commonly maxed out when its recording 4 shows and also converting those files to MP4s for storage on my NAS ... ITS ON 24/7 except reboots for Windows Upgrades once every few weeks...
glad its working for you but doesnt change the fact its a cheaply made case and a horrible psu

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3047832/diablotek-400w-review-inside.html
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Last edited by BigDubbe August 28, 2016 at 07:51 PM
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