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Thermaltake View 71 4-Sided Tempered Glass Vertical GPU Modular SPCC E-ATX Gaming Full Tower Computer Case $99.99

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4-Sided 5mm thick Tempered Glass "Spaced" panels
Dual Swing 180 degree doors with full side panel windows
Vertical GPU Float bracket (Riser Cable Sold Separately)
Support up to 10x 2.5" SSD drives or 7x 3.5" HDD Drives
3-Way Radiator Mounting (Top, Front, Vertical Side) – Up to 420mm
Top/Front 45 degree mount I/O Panel with 2x USB 3.0/2x USB 2.0 with HD Audio
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How does this compare to this one? Besides the price...

https://m.newegg.com/products/N82E16811353151
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I have this case, it's large beautiful and fits alot of components in it. The only downsides are the fans as they are older riing style and it doesn't look like this one is the rgb variant(those rgb fans with the rgb version suck too) another negative is the right side may show cable mess as its tempered glass. Otherwise solid case.
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How does this compare to this one? Besides the price...

https://m.newegg.com/products/N82E16811353151
Full tower vs mid tower size, tempered glass panels, better cable management options, more room to work with, hinged side doors for easy access, easily removable hard drive cages, more support for large graphics cards and liquid cooling. That case is a Very budget minded case, this is a more premium case but by no means the most expensive.
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Are EATX cases compatible with ATX? Like are there 2 sets of mounting holes or?
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I have this case, it's large beautiful and fits alot of components in it. The only downsides are the fans as they are older riing style and it doesn't look like this one is the rgb variant(those rgb fans with the rgb version suck too) another negative is the right side may show cable mess as its tempered glass. Otherwise solid case.
I'm sure it's a great case, but a $100 case that only holds 4 x 3.5" drives isn't my definition of fits a lot of components. But if you don't prioritize drives, I guess that's fine.
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I truly do not mind only having those 3.5 inch Bays. I myself have 3 m.2 slots on my motherboard, 2 3.5 drives and two 2.5 inch SSD drives. Not too sure now and days who wants to stuff their PCS full of 3.5 inch drives especially with the prices of ssds dropping. But for those concerns with those drives I guess that would be an issue.
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I'm sure it's a great case, but a $100 case that only holds 4 x 3.5" drives isn't my definition of fits a lot of components. But if you don't prioritize drives, I guess that's fine.
I truly do not mind only having those 3.5 inch Bays. I myself have 3 m.2 slots on my motherboard, 2 3.5 drives and two 2.5 inch SSD drives. Not too sure now and days who wants to stuff their PCS full of 3.5 inch drives especially with the prices of ssds dropping. But for those concerns with those drives I guess that would be an issue.
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Are EATX cases compatible with ATX? Like are there 2 sets of mounting holes or?
Yes, of course.
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Been looking for a full tower cafe that supports liquid cooling. I dont care for the lights. Any suggestions on that that are a good deal or one that goes on sale often that I can look out for ?
I mainly want to have liquid cooling to avoid the dust factor in the case .
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I'm sure it's a great case, but a $100 case that only holds 4 x 3.5" drives isn't my definition of fits a lot of components. But if you don't prioritize drives, I guess that's fine.
You can hold a total of 7 3.5" drives. Theres 4 in the cages, and 3 on the back side. The three on the backside double as 2 2.5" drive holders so you can have 6 3.5" and 2 2.5" down to a possible 4 3.5" and 6 2.5". The cages can only hold one 3.5" or one 2.5" so the maximum 2.5" drives would be 10.

I have this case and I can confirm this as I tested it, however the average person doesn't need that many drives and most content creators are shifting to NAS style storage with high redundancy oriented raids these days afaik. Due to the 4 sided tempered glass, cable management is probably the weakest part about this case. There is plenty of room to put cables but its all visible. Some effort will be required to make the cables look nice and neat.
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I'm going to go with the folllowing Enthoo. Better build, review and 10 pounds lighter.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811854043&ignorebbr=1&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm... [newegg.com]

If you have a large cooling unit though this thermaltake will fit a larger unit.
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I have the Enthoo as well. I really like it but the biggest problem is the large center piece in the front restricts a lot of air intake into the system. Because of this, even wtih 3 intake fans and only 2 for exhaust I still had a strong negative pressure environment in my system causing dust to be sucked in from all the holes. Due to the nice glass on the side you have to clean your system all the time or you will very quickly see dust buildup everwhere. The other issue is the need to remove the HDD cages (both of them) to use a radiator at the front (max 240mm) anything larger must be placed on the top where the dust filter is weakest. Other than that, the Enthoo is a very nice case overall. The ambient light on the side is extremely nice and gives it a lot of character.
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Am I the only one that still likes blue ray drive in my pc ? Hard to find a case with the slots
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