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Fan controller, light set or similar LED, perhaps?

Pull out draws for storage work as well.
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Not very familiar with the maker of this. Not bad reviews though.
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All 5PM cases are $60.
Looks good; just wish more case manufacturers offered 8 expansion slot cases, vs the typical 7
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All 5PM cases are $60.
Looks good; just wish more case manufacturers offered 8 expansion slot cases, vs the typical 7
Right. 5.25 bays are starting to disappear too.
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Looks like a good case bitwit on youtube used for a ryzen build a couple months back
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Seems like you could save up an extra $20 and have a wider selection to choose from. Can't wait until the coverd front, form over function dies off. To each his own though.
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What do you use that is 5.25", a DVD drive? I believe you have more rare of a use case than you realize. I've built a ton of PCs over the years, and haven't needed an internal DVD drive in a long time.
Yep. Internal DVD. But I know they aren't necessarily needed...
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What do you use that is 5.25", a DVD drive? I believe you have more rare of a use case than you realize. I've built a ton of PCs over the years, and haven't needed an internal DVD drive in a long time.
Fan controller, light set or similar LED, perhaps?

Pull out draws for storage work as well.
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https://pcpartpicker.com/b/HNpG3C

Here is a build with the "RED" case on PCPP.
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Hold on, if the front cover is tempered glass how does the front fan's direct air into the case? lol
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Fan controller, light set or similar LED, perhaps?

Pull out draws for storage work as well.
Good points, actually. I typically don't have time for modding my cases any more, but do miss it. I still don't know if I'd use a fan controller, with BIOS-controlled fans being as effective as they are.
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Hold on, if the front cover is tempered glass how does the front fan's direct air into the case? lol
There are open pockets along the top/bottom and sides of the front. With 7 fans (3 front, 3 top, 1 rear), airflow shouldn't be a concern.
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I just bought the Phanteks P400 deal for the same price instead of this because I don't trust myself with so much glass. Otherwise, this deal is good. Comes with 4 total fans (1 rear fan and the 3 colored led fans at the front) which is nice. Good Cooler Master Pro 5 alternative.
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