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Corsair Crystal Series 280X RGB Micro ATX Case w/ Tempered Glass EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Corsair Crystal Series 280X RGB Micro ATX Case w/ Tempered Glass (CC-9011135-WW) on sale for $134.99 - $20 rebate = $114.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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stupid gripe but fyi the ll120 corsair rgb fans have two wires you have to connect. one to a commander pro/fan header and the other to LED dongle device. It really makes cable management more wire more demanding in a large case...but at least this one is tiny. Can't really complain since the fans are one of the nicest due to multi led colors (my fan is white while the outer ring is blue).
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From Corsair website:
"Radiator Compatibility 120mm; 140mm; 240mm; 280mm"
https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Cat...9011135-WW [corsair.com]
And from manual:
"Radiator Compatibility:
Front..................................................240mm / 280mm
Top......................................................240mm / 280mm
Bottom..............................................240mm / 280mm"

My case and 280mm radiator arrive today. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Just fyi, if you are using a mATX mobo, there is almost no gap between it and the bottom of the case. This means you almost certainly won't be mounting any radiators there. Even if you just mount fans there, they will be covering part of the mobo. There is a big enough gap at the top for radiators, and plenty of room in the front.
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Hey, it's the case that the verge used for their how to fark up your $2000 pc build video!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0vmQOO4WLI4
At least we know this case can handle a large amount of thermal paste.
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Thanks for the post. I'm building a home theater pc and can't decide between 2 cases. This one in the post that will be on the floor under the tv or a xti case that will fit in the shelf.

SilverStone Technology Ultra Compact Mini-ITX Computer Case with Solid Faux Aluminum Front Panel in White and Black SG13WB-Q https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C9YW...nCbDVWMGVQ [amazon.com]
The case in this post is not very small at all, FYI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4...t=1m29s​
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LoL, pissed, but won't return the one I got from amazon a week ago for $15 a difference...still pissed. Stick Out Tongue
Same thing happened to me. Wouldn't dream of calling Amazon though. I'll just enjoy my sweet case and get a deal next time.
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this being mATX and a cube, the Silverstone will definitely have a smaller footprint - if that's a premium. Otherwise it's dealer's choice

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Thanks for the post. I'm building a home theater pc and can't decide between 2 cases. This one in the post that will be on the floor under the tv or a xti case that will fit in the shelf.

SilverStone Technology Ultra Compact Mini-ITX Computer Case with Solid Faux Aluminum Front Panel in White and Black SG13WB-Q https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C9YW...nCbDVWMGVQ
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[*]Furniture slide pads (the plastic kind) fit the feet perfectly, and, with a filler into the pad, raise the PC up 1/2 inch and give it much better draw from below[*]Rubber grommets place at the top allow the glass to stand off the case another 3/4 inch and increase airflow at the top of the case as well
Got links for these? Just finished my build and would agree for both. Getting the 280mm radiator on top shifted all the way back and then 140mm fans to slide up next to it in the front was a very tight squeeze, but fit. Jockeying the MSI RTX 2070 Gaming around to get it in there also took some finagling, but also fit. It's listed at 307mm and the case had a "max" of 300mm GPU length, obviously not true. It was actually a tighter squeeze vertically, because of the extra bulk of the sheathed PSU cable needing to get into the top of the graphics card. Some 90° bend ones probably would have helped.
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Got links for these? Just finished my build and would agree for both. Getting the 280mm radiator on top shifted all the way back and then 140mm fans to slide up next to it in the front was a very tight squeeze, but fit. Jockeying the MSI RTX 2070 Gaming around to get it in there also took some finagling, but also fit. It's listed at 307mm and the case had a "max" of 300mm GPU length, obviously not true. It was actually a tighter squeeze vertically, because of the extra bulk of the sheathed PSU cable needing to get into the top of the graphics card. Some 90° bend ones probably would have helped.
I do not, they don't stock them online (or I can't find them). I can tell I measured the dimensions of the legs and went to the aisle in Home Cheapo where the furniture sliding pads are (the things you put on your dining room chair feet) and there were a few options. Orange packaging with white plastic cups.

The grommets are juts a variety pack in the plumbing aisle. They're a tight fit and I had no easy way to bore them out so I downsized and just spread them over the post. They look ok, but not 100% perfect.
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