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Antec Dark Phantom Tempered Glass Micro-ATX Computer Case EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Antec Dark Phantom Tempered Glass Micro-ATX Computer Case (DP301M) on sale for $54.99 - $15 rebate = $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DubOak
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Huh? This is a mATX case, NOT full sized ATX. These concerns aren't valid since those that build with MicroATX generally know what they are getting themselves into. Deal seems legit if you're looking for a mATX RGB case w/ a windowed side panel from a reputable brand.
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Are you really arguing that most people that build their own PCs don't know the difference? If you're building your first PC without some basic research on cases, not to mention every other component, you're gonna run into a world of hurt at every step of the process.
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Becareful this case may not be slick. It's shorter than most standard mod tower cases by a few inches.

There are only 4 expansion slots on the rear. If 2 are used by a gpu and 1 by a WiFi card you are only left with 1 expansion slot.
Huh? This is a mATX case, NOT full sized ATX. These concerns aren't valid since those that build with MicroATX generally know what they are getting themselves into. Deal seems legit if you're looking for a mATX RGB case w/ a windowed side panel from a reputable brand.
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AR in title or some such to save a click.
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AR in title or some such to save a click.
He did. (AR)GB.
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Becareful this case may not be slick. It's shorter than most standard mid tower cases by a few inches.

There are only 4 expansion slots on the rear. If 2 are used by a gpu and 1 by a WiFi card you are only left with 1 expansion slot.

with such a small case air flow and heat is a concern.
you must not build PCs often...
everything you said is nonsense, as this is ,micro-ATX case, not a mid tower case. there's a rather large difference.
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I was looking for micro atx case because i don't like full sized towers.

However is tempered glass a good option? Seems like it would be blinding at night

Sometimes i keep my pc running at night if i leave it downloading or rendering videos, however the glass may make it annoying while sleeping

Also i usually position my pc in a way where normally i don't access or disconnect/connect things in the back ports
This means i only have access to 2 usb ports in the front , which would be best if there was a 5.25 slot in the front of the pc so i can add a strip of usb ports.
Most of these type of cases have no slots in the front though..
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newegg will fark you with mail in rebate they should be closed for scamming people with their never existed mir
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newegg will fark you with mail in rebate they should be closed for scamming people with their never existed mir
this rebate isn't even handled by Newegg...
WTF you talking about..?
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this rebate isn't even handled by Newegg...
WTF you talking about..?
he never said he didn't LIKE being farked
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It looks like the other Antec cases are also on sale!
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Whats a good silent case??!?
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Point is most people don't.

Its more sacrifice than most would choose after they experience it the first time.

Its for secondary systems for people who already know.
Are you really arguing that most people that build their own PCs don't know the difference? If you're building your first PC without some basic research on cases, not to mention every other component, you're gonna run into a world of hurt at every step of the process.
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