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DEEPCOOL EARLKASE RGB Tempered Glass RGB ATX Mid Tower Case Black + Rosewill RFA-120-K 120mm Case Cooling Fan $42 AR FS

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https://www.newegg.com/Special/Sh...17&Index=2

It's a shell shocker - ends today. Shipping is free. Earlkase is a very nice case with tempered glass side panel and RGB strip. It has been a few times for $50 already, but in this case this case also comes with case fan :-) and $8 rebate, so it will be $42 at the end.
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https://images10.newegg.com/uploa...7nm13A.pdf
Please note that rebate is not for a case - it's for the Rosewill fan bundled. Fan is $8 but it adds $28 combo discount.
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Looks like a prettty sweet case with psu shroud, All the right cutouts w/ tempered glass. Wish it had a 5.25 drive, but thats falling out of favor these days.
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How does it compare to phanteks pro m
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I notice most of the custom cases on sale found on this forum don't have USB type C (or USB 3.1) port in the front. Is this the main reason why these cases are on sale? (to get rid of outdated inventory)

DELL & HP now includes USB C port on the front panel of their (newer) cases. I am wondering how common will USB C port become in the near future? (like in 3 years) Most motherboard only include 1 USB C port in the back panel so have 1 in the front will double the available USB C ports.
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I notice most of the custom cases on sale found on this forum don't have USB type C (or USB 3.1) port in the front. Is this the main reason why these cases are on sale? (to get rid of outdated inventory)

DELL & HP now includes USB C port on the front panel of their (newer) cases. I am wondering how common will USB C port become in the near future? (like in 3 years) Most motherboard only include 1 USB C port in the back panel so have 1 in the front will double the available USB C ports.
That would require motherboards having a USB-C port and 90% of the motherboards (even brand new) don't have that support. They might have one on the rear IO but they still dont' have a MOBO header to plug in a front-panel USB-C.

Dell and HP use proprietary motherboards (and power supplies) in their PC's. Where you MIGHT have a USB-C Front header you won't have things you DO want on a MOBO. Like VRM heatsinks and 4 Dimm slots.

So you don't see them on budget cases because they're still a new thing and aren't very widely supported yet. But if you expect features like that on a budget case I have some bad news for you. Even my $100 P400s didn't come with a USB C front panel port.
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How does it compare to phanteks pro m
I dont have personal experience, but based on what I have researched, Pro-M has better cooling due to mesh front, an included 5.25in external drive, grommets in the cut-outs. However its also an $80 case unless there is a sale going on.
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