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Amazon has NZXT H700 - ATX Mid-Tower PC Gaming Case - Tempered Glass Panel - Enhanced Cable Management System – Water-Cooling Ready - White/Black for $110.

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I have the 700i version of this case. I have a 9600k at 4.9Ghz at 1.34V and a 1080ti. The CPU has a 240mm AIO cooler. Temps don't go above 80C on the CPU and the GPU stays pretty quiet. The whole system is VERY quiet and strikes a good balance between airflow and noise.
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I'm actually contemplating on that one as well as its $119 right but no fans are included. So you're left spending more on fans. I'm thinking I may end up with the nzxt h510 and buy 240mm radiator to go with it, instead of using the stock fan on that comes with the ryzen 7 2700.
No point getting an aio for that case. Your not going to get any airflow going in to the case. Unless you remove the front glass.

Theres very very many other cases with much better airflow for cheaper out there
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I have the 700i version of this case. I have a 9600k at 4.9Ghz at 1.34V and a 1080ti. The CPU has a 240mm AIO cooler. Temps don't go above 80C on the CPU and the GPU stays pretty quiet. The whole system is VERY quiet and strikes a good balance between airflow and noise.
No temp issues here with virtually the same setup, just 8700K @ 5ghz, 2080TI Hybrid, CLC for the CPU on top. I did replace the front fans with Noctua's so they're quieter but they also move a bit less air I think, and absolutely no issues with high temps. Just keep the dust filters clean and use decent quality parts and I think it'ls fine for anyone. Gaming my CPU actually never goes above 60C but i've delidded it, without that it would probably match yours at 80C.
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Not a PC techie but does USB really play a major part in a PC build?
Yes, everyone has there own preference
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Decent price on a very nice case with great cable management options. I was debating between this case and the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic [amazon.com] a couple of months ago. I went with the Lian Li, but if space was more of a constraint I would have been very happy with this H700.
And if you have or want to use air cooler, get h700. There is limited amount of air coolers compatible the O11.
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This case is remarkably heavy and appears to be a solid brick of metal with a heavy window on the side. It feels like it as well. It's aesthetically gorgeous, and works fine with a 2700x on a stock cooler as well as an AIO and Vega 64 blower. There are plenty of vents in and around the sides of it and NZXT doesn't cheap out on the design or cable management options. You can mount things where you want and have some room in the back to do your thing. It's a good case at a decent price.
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Only difference with the new cases is that they now included USB 3.2 ports. These cables require to be better shielded, hence the price increase,
Also another difference in the new one is how the glass panel fits. It's hinged like the current h500 which in my opinion may be worth the money (while not slick). I had the h700 and had the glass shatter while putting the screws back in to hold the panel up.
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My biggest complaints with the H700i (this is an H700) is that the side glass panel is a little weird to put back on, there's virtually no way to know for sure if you're orienting it correctly unless you deliberately remember to set it down in a way so it's oriented correctly when you pick it back up. When it's on there though, it's solid and aesthetic.

I have a i version, which has a "smart device" that cannot control any of my fans. Trying to get NZXT to help me out but their support is pretty slow. Still, the best case I've ever had and leagues better than any Corsair, i think NZXT's quality is pretty up there. Used to be a Lian Li fanboy, then Corsair but for my money these sleek NZXT cases can't be beat. It's true what others said about weight though, it's pretty heavy. Cat absolutely loves to lay on top, which doesn't hurt airflow at all since all the air moves out the side.

I did replace my front fans with Noctua 120mm Redux PWMs, and the Evga CLC 280 with 140mm variants and it's nearly completely silent, I mostly just hear the EVGA pump now which I never even heard before over the already quiet fans. I must say though I don't care for the nzxt AER F fans very much, but I use open back headphones too or they wouldn't be an issue.
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A lot of good deals being posted for my next build. Waiting for Black Friday is becoming very difficult Frown
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tempting, I'm gather parts for a fall/winter build. However, I seem to remember case cost a lot less.
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Typo: it's NZXT, not NZHT Wink
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Out with the old, in with the new. The upgraded case H710 & H710i are coming out next week...but for a lot more $$ ($170-$200).

https://www.nzxt.com/categories/cases
This explains why I've been seeing these go on sale for past couple of weeks.
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tempting, I'm gather parts for a fall/winter build. However, I seem to remember case cost a lot less.
To each their own. One person trash is another man's treasure. Lol
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I still like the Coolermaster High Air Flow [HAF] versions.

Due to heat, we only use the HAF cases now.

I have the HAF X and it is still one of the very best for cooling and air flow.

I think I installed 13 fans...sucker is cool as a cucumber and super heavy duty.
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A lot of good deals being posted for my next build. Waiting for Black Friday is becoming very difficult Frown
Ive never really seen many good deals for pc parts on black friday tbh.
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