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Rosewill HIMARS ATX Mid Tower Case w/ Front Hot-Swap HDD Cage EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Rosewill HIMARS ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case w/ Front Hot-Swap HDD Cage for $49.99 - 15% w/ promo code BUDGET15 - $20 rebate = $22.49. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Last Edited by eversavage September 26, 2017 at 05:25 PM
rebate link [newegg.com]

In order to obtain a rebate, visit
http://newegg.4myrebate.com/?oc=NEW-10879
and enter the offer code shown



REBATE SUMMARY:
• Offer Code: NEW-10879
• Rebate Amount: $20.00 ( Check / Prepaid Card )
• Valid on orders made between: 9/25/2017 and 9/25/2017
• Must be postmarked: within 30 days of purchase.
• Valid on the following product(s):
• $20 - Rosewill ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case with Front Hot-Swap HDD Cage - HIMARS - (Model:HIMARS) (UPC: 840951121429) (SKU:
11-147-258)
• Only valid on purchases made at: • Newegg.com
• It is recommended to keep copies of all materials submitted for your records
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• Signed Rebate Form • Original UPC Barcode Label • Copy of Invoice/Receipt or Packing List (Order confirmation E-mail not accepted)

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how do you get the rebate to get it to 22$?
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how do you get the rebate to get it to 22$?
not posted yet but this is the offer [4myrebate.com]
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Swapping out hard drives like USB sticks?! That's brilliant! Now I won't look like a total dork carrying around my HDD everywhere I go!
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Case front is ugly as hell...
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Reviews are good, price even better! In 4 one for ryzen 1500X rig.
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Don't you need NAS drives for those bays, vibration from other hard drives are going to bring ordinary hard drives an early death.
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Don't you need NAS drives for those bays, vibration from other hard drives are going to bring ordinary hard drives an early death.
I have had desktop drives (seagate barracuda) in my NAS for years and never had a failure. I bought them before I heard that recommendation and thought I made a big mistake, but knock on magnets they are still going fine. I donly store files and photos and an not streaming video so take the use case into account with this antecdote. Im sure the NAS drives will hold up better but for me the green drives have performed fine
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In for one. This would be a good case to build a little vm server out of my old am3+ desktop guts. Can anybody recommend a good raid controller card for this setup?
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Should I get this and use it for a NAS or the R5 for 80....will be in basement hidden away but expansion and clean-ability/airflow are most important. don't care about looks
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Looks a little cramped
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In for one. This would be a good case to build a little vm server out of my old am3+ desktop guts. Can anybody recommend a good raid controller card for this setup?
There are a bunch of lsi branded ones on eBay really cheap if ur willing to go used.
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Seems out of stock already
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