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It's not $20 AR. it's $59.99 after $20 rebate.
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It's not $20 AR. it's $59.99 after $20 rebate.
you need to be on the subscriber list for the 40$ instant savings. 80 - 40(instant savings) - 20(rebate) = 20.
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Damn it I only have $20
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No disk drive slot though :thumbs-down:
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I didn't even need a code. $39.99
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No disk drive slot though :thumbs-down:
It's also missing room for the parallel port, PS/2 mouse and other old thing you'll learn to live without...
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It's also missing room for the parallel port, PS/2 mouse and other old thing you'll learn to live without...
Well if they're gonna make it big enough to fit one, it might as well have it, it's still useful. I still have CDs/DVDs/Blu-Rays. I don't only use Netflix.
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Well if they're gonna make it big enough to fit one, it might as well have it, it's still useful. I still have CDs/DVDs/Blu-Rays. I don't only use Netflix.
External drive?
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External drive?
Expensive, and not aesthetically pleasing. Takes up USB ports, too.
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Expensive, and not aesthetically pleasing. Takes up USB ports, too.
Expensive? You only need an enclosure and it takes up a single USB port.
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Expensive? You only need an enclosure and it takes up a single USB port.
If you get one that's externally powered. then it takes up a power outlet.

There is also no good optical disk drive enclosure. That would be even more aesthetically displeasing.
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Well if they're gonna make it big enough to fit one, it might as well have it, it's still useful. I still have CDs/DVDs/Blu-Rays. I don't only use Netflix.
Most cases now are designed without the 5.25" drive bays so the front can be used for a large radiator. More people use liquid cooling than DVD's now a day. Clearly there are cases that still have drive bays, they will often be made of cheap sharp metal work cutting every corner because there isn't a large market for them. In a few more years there won't even be internal 2.5" drive bays since everyone will have moved on to M.2 or whatever is next.
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Most cases now are designed without the 5.25" drive bays so the front can be used for a large radiator. More people use liquid cooling than DVD's now a day. Clearly there are cases that still have drive bays, they will often be made of cheap sharp metal work cutting every corner because there isn't a large market for them. In a few more years there won't even be internal 2.5" drive bays since everyone will have moved on to M.2 or whatever is next.
I don't know how a radiator is supposed to read Blu-Rays. They can at least put a laptop disc drive slot. That would not take up space, and can be fitted sideways.
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I don't know how a radiator is supposed to read Blu-Rays. They can at least put a laptop disc drive slot. That would not take up space, and can be fitted sideways.
I ordered this case for my Ryzen 2200G build. Hate the rebate but great price for a good brand case. Guess I will have to eliminate the tape drive and floppy drives from this build. Wink 😂

I got a diypc $20 case thats going back because someone breathed on it and the "metal" rear bottom side folded inward. I didn't realize they've been making cheap cases out of recycled beer cans.
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