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Thermaltake Commander C31 Black MB Sync ARGB ATX Mid Tower Computer Case EXPIRED

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Newegg has Thermaltake Commander C31 Black Motherboard Sync ARGB ATX Mid Tower Computer Case (CA-1N2-00M1WN-00) on sale for $99.99 - $20 rebate = $74.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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Newegg has Thermaltake Commander C31 Motherboard Sync ARGB ATX Mid Tower Computer Chassis with 2x 200mm ARGB 5V Motherboard Sync RGB Front Fans + 1x 120mm Rear Black Fan Pre-installed CA-1N2-00M1WN-00 on sale for $74.99 after rebate.

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Regular price is 109 or 119. Last year, Amazon had a C32 case as a gold box deal for ~70. So it's a good price for this case.
However, while the 200mm front fans look awesome and create good airflow, they are noisy. One problem is that they run at a fixed speed. In a quiet room, this would be too noisy for me. You can replace the front fans, but 200mm fans aren't exactly cheap, and there are not many good alternatives. The best 200mm fans don't have RGB either.
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Regular price is 109 or 119. Last year, Amazon had a C32 case as a gold box deal for ~70. So it's a good price for this case.
However, while the 200mm front fans look awesome and create good airflow, they are noisy. One problem is that they run at a fixed speed. In a quiet room, this would be too noisy for me. You can replace the front fans, but 200mm fans aren't exactly cheap, and there are not many good alternatives. The best 200mm fans don't have RGB either.
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Regular price is 109 or 119. Last year, Amazon had a C32 case as a gold box deal for ~70. So it's a good price for this case.
However, while the 200mm front fans look awesome and create good airflow, they are noisy. One problem is that they run at a fixed speed. In a quiet room, this would be too noisy for me. You can replace the front fans, but 200mm fans aren't exactly cheap, and there are not many good alternatives. The best 200mm fans don't have RGB either.
I was afraid of that. I couldn't find many reviews on it, but most 200mm fans are quite noisy. A good pair of 200mm fans would cost almost the same as this case.

Thanks for the info!
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Regular price is 109 or 119. Last year, Amazon had a C32 case as a gold box deal for ~70. So it's a good price for this case.
However, while the 200mm front fans look awesome and create good airflow, they are noisy. One problem is that they run at a fixed speed. In a quiet room, this would be too noisy for me. You can replace the front fans, but 200mm fans aren't exactly cheap, and there are not many good alternatives. The best 200mm fans don't have RGB either.
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I'm not sure how those front fans are powered, but it is likely you can hook them up to a fan header on your motherboard and change speed using fan control. It's unlikely they are PWM for finer control, but I'm expecting you are able to control it using the 3pin voltage control.
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I'm not sure how those front fans are powered, but it is likely you can hook them up to a fan header on your motherboard and change speed using fan control. It's unlikely they are PWM for finer control, but I'm expecting you are able to control it using the 3pin voltage control.
What is that cooler in the picture 4? Looks pretty Smilie
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What is that cooler in the picture 4? Looks pretty Smilie
Custom water cooling with hardline tubes.
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I get that it comes with stock fans preinstalled but this is a lot for a steel box imho.
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This is a well designed and well built case. Even at 100 it's a very competitive case, at 75 it's on a short list for a gaming build.
Really it just comes down to the look you want, As far as features and functions, it has everything you expect in the price range. To clean the front foam dust filters though, you would have to pop off the entire front of the case. No big deal, but the plastic tabs may break occasionally.
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Warning: Thermaltake rebate system is garbage!!!
I purchased a case since black friday and their website says that my rebate is still being processed, for god sake!!
Personally, I'd avoid any deal from Thermaltake that involves MIR!!
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No slot for DVD player?
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Another $>75 case with no front usb-C... Pinnacle of stupidity
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No Newegg rebate scams.
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Regular price is 109 or 119. Last year, Amazon had a C32 case as a gold box deal for ~70. So it's a good price for this case.
However, while the 200mm front fans look awesome and create good airflow, they are noisy. One problem is that they run at a fixed speed. In a quiet room, this would be too noisy for me. You can replace the front fans, but 200mm fans aren't exactly cheap, and there are not many good alternatives. The best 200mm fans don't have RGB either.
Hey Jochenigl, can you provide a source for the noise part? Larger fans run at a lower speed which creates less noise.However, they move more air at the lower fan speed.
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