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No PSU shroud? Good luck with cable management.
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Pretty sure I saw this for $35 yesterday or a few days ago
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Pretty sure I saw this for $35 yesterday or a few days ago
You did.
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I purchased this case(the version with PSU shroud) for my build, I also have a normal sized rm850 power supply, I had to drill out the 3.5 hard drive enclosure/stand area that is on the bottom to make the power supply fit, other than that this is a great case and I would definitely recommend for a budget build as it has glass on the side and front of the case, which is aggressive at this price point.
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Why are cases in 2019 still have usb 2.0?
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No PSU shroud? Good luck with cable management.
I have this case and my cable management is on point just got to know what you're doing.
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I have this case, and I love it. great for a budget build or rebuilding an older PC. I used it to case a cramped dell PC and fit a big graphics card.

lots of room, understated design, good build quality. they did cheap out on a few things but for the price it doesn't matter. I liked the tinted glass a lot.

cons:

it does suck that no fans are included.
the PCIE slot covers are terrible, stamped metal.
no power supply shroud
no internal lighting

In short, if you're doing a custom build look elsewhere. if you're on a very tight budget, or giving a current older PC a new case, go for it.
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It's for sale currently for that, and it's referenced twice in the top results for the case on YT which are upwards of 12 months old. How has it "never" been on sale? What?

https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16811853074
That's the cheaper 50 model, not even the same, no rgb strip up front. More of a budget model.
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Looks like a solid case for $35-40, PSU shroud, top mount radiator support, tempered glass, RGB (if that is your thing, it isn't mine).

I'm currently in the process of de-RGBing my build since I'm over it, but it's great if you are in to unicorns and rainbows and stuff! Big Grin
Lmfao 🤣
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Why are cases in 2019 still have usb 2.0?
1. Many motherboards only have one USB 3.0 headers.
2. USB 3.0 header is super bulky and the cables are very thick
3. For those who wants 2+ front USB ports, the case usually uses a combination of USB 2.0 + 3.0 to accommodate most motherboards.

Also what's with people crying about power supply shrouds? I found it a nuisance especially if you have a modular power supply and you have to go back to plug / unplug cables because changing the build.
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I don't think so.

The shrouded one is essentially always for sale at $40, then. I've been watching it for weeks as I'm considering this and another case. You can say the 55 means $55, but it's being sold for $40 all the time- this is referenced in lots of places (re: youtube reviews that are months to years old).

So either it's always on sale or you're mistaken far as I can tell.

https://imgur.com/a/WvNo7F7 - literally a year old video referencing it being $40. And that's the shrouded version, to be clear. The unshrouded one is naturally cheaper.
Whether it's on sale or not, imho this is best looking sub $50 on the market. I believe this is the factor that pushed it to the front page.
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No PSU shroud? Good luck with cable management.
lol like we've done for literally ever? I think we'll continue to manage making things clean.
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I have this case and my cable management is on point just got to know what you're doing.
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lol like we've done for literally ever? I think we'll continue to manage making things clean.
No matter what you do you'll see the PSU and the cables coming out of the back of the PSU which IMO is an eye soar if the rest of your build is clean. For $5-10 more you can get a case with a PSU shroud to hide all that so I don't see the real cost benefit here. If none of that bothers you then I guess it's a $5-$10 savings to you.
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Stay away from this case. It is a PITA to work on. The HDD mounts make it very difficult to mount a third fan in the front on the bottom. It is right smack dab in the way.

The taps for the motherboard standoffs are janky. I know many cases can be difficult for cross threading but trust me this is another level.

The front of the case is a pain to get off. Do not use pliers. The plastic will break if you do. Using your fingers works much better if you have enough strength in your hands.

If you are planning to use a water cooler go with either a 240 or a 120.
I just cannot see how a 280 or a 360 would fit. Maybe in the front but the fit would be crazy tight. Plus there isn't enough airflow to do a front mount.

I would not buy this case again.
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No matter what you do you'll see the PSU and the cables coming out of the back of the PSU which IMO is an eye soar if the rest of your build is clean. For $5-10 more you can get a case with a PSU shroud to hide all that so I don't see the real cost benefit here. If none of that bothers you then I guess it's a $5-$10 savings to you.
Not seeing a cost benefit is a huge gap from "good luck with cable management."
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