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  • This Case features a steel/tempered glass w/ all-in-one water cooling fit in. Features USB 3.0 ports w/ mic/headphone and RGB LED SW.
  • This price matches a recent Front Page Deal we had for this Case. - brisar

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1 thing I don't like, you can only fit a 240 and on the front. Top is a single fan.
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Thanks OP, right now I doesn't need this (this will be my third build) but I want to build a Ryzen PC on the future and this maybe it's a step forward to do it 👍
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Anyone able to compare this to the Fractal Design Define C TG I just bought for close to twice the price?
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I have the "silent" version of the larger version of this case (P400s-TG) and I really like it. I had a bit of trouble mounting my water cooling pump, but if I hadn't used a 360mm radiator, it would have been perfect. (That said, this is a smaller version, and not the "silent" one).
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I love the design of the case, but I hate that it only has room for 2 hard drives. Does anyone know of a similar design (with the glass on the one side) with more hard drive spaces? I would really like a full sized case. I am willing to spend a bit more than 50 dollars for a good quality case.
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I love the design of the case, but I hate that it only has room for 2 hard drives. Does anyone know of a similar design (with the glass on the one side) with more hard drive spaces? I would really like a full sized case. I am willing to spend a bit more than 50 dollars for a good quality case.
It's made for water cooler, not hard drives. I usually avoid these cases.
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I recently built in this case and it was awesome. The only complaints I had about it was the screws weren't labeled but I was able to figure out the screws by looking at the manual from a different phanteks case I had. The only other complaint I could think of was that it only came with 1 case fan but I bought another at the time of building. Great budget case!
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40$ lowest price history
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I love the design of the case, but I hate that it only has room for 2 hard drives. Does anyone know of a similar design (with the glass on the one side) with more hard drive spaces? I would really like a full sized case. I am willing to spend a bit more than 50 dollars for a good quality case.
tt view 31 can support 6HDs if you purchase extra HD adapters. nzxt h700i can support 7?
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tt view 31 can support 6HDs if you purchase extra HD adapters. nzxt h700i can support 7?

Thanks. I'll take a look.
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wow only 2 HD support ? deal breaker for my plex server build.
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Not sure why comments are all complaining about HDD slots. For me, it has been a good case anyway with 2x 3.5 HDD, 2x 2.5" HDD/SSD, solid build with useful cable management. Airflow design is a bit weird with only 1 fan slot on top and 240-280 radiator in front. I know every one has their own requirements for a case but for a mid tower I think those slots are fairly enough, with addition to the M.2 slot usually available on almost any new decent motherboard.

Not a PC expert, just my 2 cents. But I am glad if any of you share your knowledge on the use of multi HDDs on a casual PC build except being a server? I really dont get it from my newbie common sense.
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