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most of the back ups i did on DVDs have become unreadable after 5 yrs... I even bought air tight containers with UV proofing to store them..
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We don't all use drive bays for DVD drives. They are for many things. Removable hard drive bays addition usb ports etc. I have 4 USB 3.0 and a HDMI in one of mine for example.
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Looks very cool. But man I am not liking this drift away from DVD/BLU Ray drive internal drive slots.

DVDs/BLU Rays remain the only viable and safe methods of data backup. The next generation of kids/geeks/computer pros are being forced to adopt and or be brainwashed to think that online/cloud/NAS are the only means of data backup. Not sure if thats by design or by accident.

Most newer case designs have all been with NO internal DVD drive slots. What gives?
The safest backup is thru sd card/microsd and abuse-proof USB drive.
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Looks very cool. But man I am not liking this drift away from DVD/BLU Ray drive internal drive slots.

DVDs/BLU Rays remain the only viable and safe methods of data backup. The next generation of kids/geeks/computer pros are being forced to adopt and or be brainwashed to think that online/cloud/NAS are the only means of data backup. Not sure if thats by design or by accident.

Most newer case designs have all been with NO internal DVD drive slots. What gives?
most of the back ups i did on DVDs have become unreadable after 5 yrs... I even bought air tight containers with UV proofing to store them..
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We don't all use drive bays for DVD drives. They are for many things. Removable hard drive bays addition usb ports etc. I have 4 USB 3.0 and a HDMI in one of mine for example.
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most of the back ups i did on DVDs have become unreadable after 5 yrs... I even bought air tight containers with UV proofing to store them..
That doesn't sound right... Maybe there was moisture in there.... My dvds are good to go still after much longer storage.
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Had been looking for a cheap case for a cheap build. I am going to put in a video card once they begin to come down in price. I don't want to spend more than $210 for video. This is what I put together over the last few months. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/wif...ved/QbzbjX
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most of the back ups i did on DVDs have become unreadable after 5 yrs... I even bought air tight containers with UV proofing to store them..
I have backups that have been abused on CDR and are probably almost 20 years old and still read just fine. Only storage I used was a CD spindle.
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Looks very cool. But man I am not liking this drift away from DVD/BLU Ray drive internal drive slots.

DVDs/BLU Rays remain the only viable and safe methods of data backup. The next generation of kids/geeks/computer pros are being forced to adopt and or be brainwashed to think that online/cloud/NAS are the only means of data backup. Not sure if thats by design or by accident.

Most newer case designs have all been with NO internal DVD drive slots. What gives?
Generally it allows for a sleeker look and more room in the interior for stuff like drive bays, radiators, fans, etc.

I got a S340 myself (was $45 at the time) and ended up getting a Asus external DVD writer [newegg.com] to use when I need it and it's worked great over the few years i've used it for burning CD/DVDs.

They go down to ~$10 after rebate about once a month on Newegg so they aren't too expensive either.
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Won't this case have an issue with airflow? That front panel looks entirely blocked by a glass except for gap on the side lol...and if you leave the front glass panel open..good luck cleaning the dust inside your system.
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It only has two USB 2.0 ports, but only one 3.0 port. Are those 3.0 ports really that expensive?
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