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I hate rebates no go for me 😒
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This is a budget meshify C basically. Opted for this since it's $50 cheaper after rebate but still dark tinted tempered glass, good airflow front panel, AND a PSU shroud all for $30
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This is a budget meshify C basically. Opted for this since it's $50 cheaper after rebate but still dark tinted tempered glass, good airflow front panel, AND a PSU shroud all for $30
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I would like to have two USB C ports on the desktop PC (most motherboard only has 1 USB C port in the back) All the cases with front mounted USB C port are very expensive. Is there an easy/inexpensive way to add additional USB C ports to your PC? (Most of modem cases don't come with front 5.25 bay anymore). I can't seem to find any USB C adapter can expand 1 USB C port into multiple USB C ports.
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I would like to have two USB C ports on the desktop PC (most motherboard only has 1 USB C port in the back) All the cases with front mounted USB C port are very expensive. Is there an easy/inexpensive way to add additional USB C ports to your PC? (Most of modem cases don't come with front 5.25 bay anymore). I can't seem to find any USB C adapter can expand 1 USB C port into multiple USB C ports.
Velcro something like this on the top of the case?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/C...53966.html
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Good deal. Thermaltake makes solid cases. Hard to find any case for $30 let alone a nicer one with TG. Would be all over this if I didn't already have an X71
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This is a budget meshify C basically. Opted for this since it's $50 cheaper after rebate but still dark tinted tempered glass, good airflow front panel, AND a PSU shroud all for $30
Owned both of these, meshify definitely has higher build quality. The steel frame of the core is kind of flimsy as the bulk of the weight is from the glass panels. Only one of the glass panels is tinted, other is clear on core. Meshify is wider and can accommodate 140mm fan based tower heatsinks, core only fits most 120mm based heatsinks.

$50 is big price difference though and it wasn't bad by any means.
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Velcro something like this on the top of the case?

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/C...53966.html
I think he's referring the the USB C found on phones. That's a essentially a USB 3.1 hub using USB type A connectors.
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I hate rebates no go for me 😒
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I would like to have two USB C ports on the desktop PC (most motherboard only has 1 USB C port in the back) All the cases with front mounted USB C port are very expensive. Is there an easy/inexpensive way to add additional USB C ports to your PC? (Most of modem cases don't come with front 5.25 bay anymore). I can't seem to find any USB C adapter can expand 1 USB C port into multiple USB C ports.
Yes there is but you will need a case with accessible 3.25 bays.or you could potentially custom mount a panel behind swinging glass door case like view 71.but they are pricey if ya have a case with 3.25 this is what ya want

https://m.newegg.com/products/9SI...lsrc=aw.ds

If not I'd just run an a to c external splitter and place it on top of your case with Velcro or something.but won't look as sleek
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Owned both of these, meshify definitely has higher build quality. The steel frame of the core is kind of flimsy as the bulk of the weight is from the glass panels. Only one of the glass panels is tinted, other is clear on core. Meshify is wider and can accommodate 140mm fan based tower heatsinks, core only fits most 120mm based heatsinks.

$50 is big price difference though and it wasn't bad by any means.
hence budget meshify c
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Why are cases starting to come without a slot for a dvd drive?
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Why are cases starting to come without a slot for a dvd drive?
Because a DVD drive is being used less and less in 2018.
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Because a DVD drive is being used less and less in 2018.
Honestly in my last 3 desktop builds, my wifes pc we buily 3 years ago and my last laptop (y series dual graphics lenovo) purchased 5 years ago, no optical drives on any.


I'm always very surprised when i hear of anyone still using optical these days. I do keep an external dvd drive around in the office just in case of legacy stuff tho.

I suppose if you purchase and watch BD on your pc that could make sense.
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