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I bought this case for my son for Christmas and it was great. Everything is solid and he's 13 so RGB all the things!
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I'm looking for a small compact case to house my new streaming PC. Its micro atx with 2 sticks of ram and rx 6870. Do you think this case would be a little to big?
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This case is not compact at all. It's larger than standard ATX mid towers LOL. It should have several more drive bays. EATX isn't really used. It wouldn't have killed em to include some removable bays in that wasted ass space. It's not 1995, so, sure, I guess it's compact compared to an old full tower LOL
It is smaller than the P400 and the Define C and in the same class as the H500, but thinner. Most mid-tower cases are larger - I know, because I've been debating replacing my portable LAN rig's CR1080 compact case. If the CR1080 were about 1/4"-1/2" thicker, it would be perfect for me. I haven't pulled the trigger on the P350 because I may just end up trying to mod my CR1080 to meet my needs.

It isn't like this case is hiding the fact it only has two 3.5" bays. Cases are made for different purposes and if it doesn't meet your needs, there are probably dozens of cases which will. I wouldn't, for example, recommend a Cooler Master Cosmos for someone looking for a portable gaming rig. Nor would I recommend my CR1080 to anyone without explaining all the limitations.

Even in my main rig, I have a single 3.5" 4 TB drive in addition to an nvme SSD and two SATA SSDs. That's really just a cheap temp space for work I have going on (video, etc). I have a large dual Xeon server for my important storage (and other needs) which is backed up locally and to the cloud.
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Just bought Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-06 a couple of days ago for $40 after rebate for my first build. Should I return that and get this one instead?
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Nice and durable chassis. But Newegg MIR is hit or miss
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I have this case. I got it because it fit in the space that I needed it to. I probably wouldn't buy it again though. I have a water cooled CPU and all fan spaces populated with decent Cosair fans, yet my GPU (RTX 2080) gets a little hotter than I would like. I tried multiple configurations with the fans and the GPU still heats up more than what others report. I also swapped GPU's after exchanging the GPU at Best Buy and saw the same temps. So it is definately the case. It is still functional and nothing that I really worry about though. I would just like it to be cooler. The case looks okay with the led's adding a nice touch and the price was pretty good when I bought it around christmas.
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I got this case for my most recent build for my main PC. Other than the cable management being a pain, I love it. Much more compact than my Corsair 760t which now houses my synology server.

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/B6jypg
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I just purchase an older model last week, around the same price. If only I waited a week.
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Wow, I was interested till I saw it has jack shit for drive bays, wtf? This is pretty sad case. Where's all the 3.5s going up the front? What the hell is someone to do with only 2?
Exactly.. I had to search some time to find a case with three 3.5 bays.
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Just bought Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-06 a couple of days ago for $40 after rebate for my first build. Should I return that and get this one instead?
I bought the SPEC-05 instead because it had three 3.5 bays instead of two for your model.
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I got this case for my most recent build for my main PC. Other than the cable management being a pain, I love it. Much more compact than my Corsair 760t which now houses my synology server.

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/B6jypg
It's looks good, I'm planning to build another one, mine almost 10 years old but still runing solid.
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Hmmm, this or the NZXT H500 (Fry's).
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My HTPC (i5 ivy bridge) has 10 3.5" drives internal and another 4-drive JBOD box. My gaming PC (Ry1800x) has nine 3.5 internal drives plus the nvme m.2 boot drive. My video editing rig (TR 1950x) has six 3.5 drives plus two nvme m.2s (boot and scratch).

I've been looking for a case to do a portable-ish gaming rig I could use in the living room where I normally keep my laptop (SSD and second 2.5 spinner). But given my datahording habits, it too will have space for 3.5s. That is until 2.5 SSDs get closer to the $/gb pricing of spinners.
Let me ask since you are obviously well versed in the subject. I just added NVME drives to my video editing rig and I am currently putting some projects onto hard drives and just putting their proxies on the NVMe drives. Should I have all of the scratch folders on there as well? I haven't been doing that. Will it speed up my edits? I actually do put some projects on the fast drives as I have over a TB of usable space and it does seem faster than when I just have the proxies.
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Let me ask since you are obviously well versed in the subject. I just added NVME drives to my video editing rig and I am currently putting some projects onto hard drives and just putting their proxies on the NVMe drives. Should I have all of the scratch folders on there as well? I haven't been doing that. Will it speed up my edits? I actually do put some projects on the fast drives as I have over a TB of usable space and it does seem faster than when I just have the proxies.

I'd definitely use the fastest drives for boot and scratch. Then save the final files to spinners.
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