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At this price, this case is a steal. White lettering is easy to remove. Bought one temps are pretty good for this type of case. Really easy to work in and well built. You will not find something better in the price range. A vertical GPU mount comes with it also.

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would this fit a 3080?

I cant say with certainty cause they dont list it on their spec sheet. but I would say yes. The 3080's are 330mm in length and almost everything here is standard size so should be no problem.
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I cant say with certainty cause they dont list it on their spec sheet. but I would say yes. The 3080's are 330mm in length and almost everything here is standard size so should be no problem.
thank you, sir!
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you actually got one?
no, but i'm on the prowl
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Temp wise I have not had issues. Not running top of the line hardware though. Gtx 1660ti max 60c, ryzen 2700x at 4ghz 1.37v 72c max.
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Debating to use this for my daughter 1st pc built.. Amazon shows retail 69.99 with $10 off making it $59.99.. aren't thsse retail higher since it's their top tier ?

anyone have recommendations for a budget friendly setup building my daughter 1st school pc.. im assuming it'll be an AMD since its cheaper with pretty good performance nowaday
The ops build seems to fit the bill so I quoted him above. Add a B550 motherboard just cause its the newest and some can be pretty inexpensive but overall are the best deal if you want to keep it around for awhile, anything with a 2.5gpbs Ethernet port always gets my pick (MSI Tomahawk with wifi would be my choice or a RPOG but those get pricier). Add minimum 16 GB of 3200 RAM preferable 3600 and she can game and work on it. Unless you want to pony up a bit more and go for the next step up a ryzen 3700x. Besides that GPU is the only other variable how much gaming do you want her to be able to do, if not really crazy with it but just able to play that 1660ti should be good enough.
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you actually got one?
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no, but i'm on the prowl
Nvidia confirmed all retailers getting more stock next week, but did not confirm on which days to help prevent scalping.

Also your welcome.
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thank you, sir!
This case will fit any card on the market. 14" clearance and that's with a front rad and fans.
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The ops build seems to fit the bill so I quoted him above. Add a B550 motherboard just cause its the newest and some can be pretty inexpensive but overall are the best deal if you want to keep it around for awhile, anything with a 2.5gpbs Ethernet port always gets my pick (MSI Tomahawk with wifi would be my choice or a RPOG but those get pricier). Add minimum 16 GB of 3200 RAM preferable 3600 and she can game and work on it. Unless you want to pony up a bit more and go for the next step up a ryzen 3700x. Besides that GPU is the only other variable how much gaming do you want her to be able to do, if not really crazy with it but just able to play that 1660ti should be good enough.
I would say it highly depends on what she and what she will be using it for.

If she is not going to be doing high-end gaming etc I would still with a 2nd gen CPU and b450 motherboard due to the lower prices.
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would this fit a 3080?
The card is NVIDIA Founders card is 285mm and the case can handle up to 390mm...
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would this fit a 3080?
Get a vase with better airflow for that.
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Not saying the case has the best airflow but honestly it's not that bad. Don't judge a book by its cover.
It's pretty bad compared to other cases. No reason to buy this other than office pc or just low end gear
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It's pretty bad compared to other cases. No reason to buy this other than office pc or just low end gear
I would rather have a premium case for $60 with moderate restricted Air Flow than a junk plastic case for 60.
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I know this case is for ATX and smaller, but if anyone is looking for a great budget case for Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX I recommend the Cooler Master MB311L. Case provides excellent thermals with two pre-installed ARGB fans. Its is currently $60 on Amazon in stock, but stock fades in and out
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I have the DG75, non rgb version. It's a good case at this price. Build quality is great and you get the RGB logos plus the pcie vertical mount bracket. It's true that the airflow is bad with the front glass panel on but you can either use standoffs to allow more airflow or take the glass panel off. It still looks good without the glass front panel in my opinion. Here is a pic to give you an idea.

https://i.ibb.co/HVYBLxF/IMG-20200827-173425.jpg
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Seems like a good deal to me, comes with 3 fans which is a plus, most cases come with two. I think the only gripe I would have would be that it doesn't have thumbscrews for the slots.

I was trying to decide between this and the 175r which is also at 59.99.

Ended up with this one due to the extra fans.

Probably will end up taking out the front glass panel for better airflow.

Going to see what happens to the cpu prices with the 4000 announcement around the corner and prob grab either 10600 / 9700 / 3700x depending on pricepoints on these three.
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Man, why this metal oven is still in stock?
Tiny front intake and nearly no bottom intake. The only method you can cool components is using loud fans above to produce negative pressure.
I have the white version of this and remove the front glass pane. The screw makes good headpone hooks.
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