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Thermaltake Core G21 Tempered-Glass ATX Computer Case EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Thermaltake Core G21 Tempered-Glass ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case (CA-1I4-00M1WN-00) on sale for $33.99 after $30 Rebate when you follow directions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Add Thermaltake Core G21 Tempered-Glass ATX Mid-Tower Computer Case to cart
  2. In cart, apply 20% Off promo code 28UPTNP328.
  3. Proceed to checkout and Purchase for $63.99 (Before Rebate)
  4. Follow Rebate Instructions below.
  5. Your order total will be $33.99 after Rebate + free shipping
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  1. Upon purchase, click here to Register for $30 Rebate and Enter Promo Code 92104 under "Offer Number".
  2. Follow On-Screen Prompts to fill out and print the registration form for this promotion.
  3. Cut out and enclose the ORIGINAL UPC barcode from the product packaging.
  4. Enclose a copy of the sales receipt or packing slip dated between 01/14 and 01/24/2021 indicating your purchase at Newegg.com.
  5. Mail all of these items to the address noted on the registration form. Submission
  6. Must be postmarked no later than 02/13/2021 in order to qualify.

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28UPTNP328 - Promo Code
  • Dual (Two-Toned) 4mm TG Panels (Back panel is darker than front window)
  • TG Safe Glass Mounting Bracket (Supports panel during install to rest before secured to chassis)
  • Full Length PSU cover with additional Storage
  • Rear Mounted PSU - Includes PSU bracket to slide PSU in from rear of case
  • Top mount I/O Panel with 2x USB 3.0
  • Top Mount Fan with 120/140mm options
  • Supports up to 360mm Rad (Front Mount Only)
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Nice deal - I purchased this at a similar discount a few years back. No problem getting the rebate.

Keep in mind this is a LARGE case - really designed for an open loop cooling solution. I did an air cooled build in it, and the components look a little lonely with all the additional unoccupied space between the end of the PSU enclosure and the front panel. I specifically sourced a 3 fan GPU just to fill up the space a bit.

As noted in the Gamer's Nexus review, you'll want to ditch the magnetic dust filter behind the mesh front panel - the filter chokes off air flow. I used 3 front panel 120mm intake fans, one top panel 120mm exhaust fan, and one rear mounted 120mm exhaust fan - no cooling issues. Cooler Master tower cooler on the AMD 2600 CPU.

Hard to resist at this price - if you have the space for it and the components to fill it up. Build quality is very good.
Yeah? Well my PC is extremely mediocre and I still suck with the ladies. Checkmate.
At stock I would agree. Once you remove a filter and add fans of your choice temps were looking noice!! At $34 you have cap room for a couple fans if you dont already have them sitting around.

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Nice deal - I purchased this at a similar discount a few years back. No problem getting the rebate.

Keep in mind this is a LARGE case - really designed for an open loop cooling solution. I did an air cooled build in it, and the components look a little lonely with all the additional unoccupied space between the end of the PSU enclosure and the front panel. I specifically sourced a 3 fan GPU just to fill up the space a bit.

As noted in the Gamer's Nexus review, you'll want to ditch the magnetic dust filter behind the mesh front panel - the filter chokes off air flow. I used 3 front panel 120mm intake fans, one top panel 120mm exhaust fan, and one rear mounted 120mm exhaust fan - no cooling issues. Cooler Master tower cooler on the AMD 2600 CPU.

Hard to resist at this price - if you have the space for it and the components to fill it up. Build quality is very good.
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I've had this case for a couple years, $30 AR for me as well. It fit my 312mm GPU and front mounted AIO in push/pull just fine. Cooling is excellent once you ditch the front magnetic filter as the front panel mesh is more than enough. Dust collection after a couple years of use wasn't too bad. Specs state it has 160mm of CPU cooler clearance but I was able to fit my 162mm Hyper 212 LED Turbo just fine with room to spare. Might even fit a Noctua d15 or DRP4.

Now, I wish there were 2 fan slots at the top instead of 1, a couple of fan slots on top of the PSU shroud would've been nice, and the front panel is a bit ugo making it feel a bit unworthy of housing premium components such as a 5950x, 3080, and Dark Hero motherboard. But, it has everything that I need and, for $30, I have yet to find a case that offers more value.
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Hope have a case deal for 5.25" driver
A little costlier, but a better case in pretty much every way, with a lot of cool configuration options (including a 5.25 drive option at the top if you don't want a large top radiator). $75 after a current rebate:
https://www.newegg.com/brushed-black-phanteks-enthoo-pro-m-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811854042
It's funny that optical drive bays are such a rare specialty feature these days.
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A little costlier, but a better case in pretty much every way, with a lot of cool configuration options (including a 5.25 drive option at the top if you don't want a large top radiator). $75 after a current rebate:
Any deal for two 5.25 drives? Currently still using Antec 900 after upgrade, Doesn't have usb 3.0 on the case, maybe better just keep using this and waiting.
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There is an inverse relationship between how tricked out your computer is and how well you do with the ladies. Just a friendly heads-up.
Are you a stereotypical bully from an 80's movie? Do you plan on giving wedgies to 'nerds' soon?
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Nope. I've built all of my computers for the last 20 years. Tricking them out is ridiculous imo. Would make more sense to trick our your microwave, at least visitors will see it. Anyway, it's just a theory I'm kicking around. Feel free to disprove it and I'll eat my words.
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There is an inverse relationship between how tricked out your computer is and how well you do with the ladies. Just a friendly heads-up.
Yeah? Well my PC is extremely mediocre and I still suck with the ladies. Checkmate.
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There is an inverse relationship between how tricked out your computer is and how well you do with the ladies. Just a friendly heads-up.
Nope.

Getting a little nerdy and silly tricking out a computer is fun. If you know anything about women, you'd know that the good ones love a little nerdy and silly and fun in their men.
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Human beings + RGB = flocking to the RGB
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Nope. I've built all of my computers for the last 20 years. Tricking them out is ridiculous imo. Would make more sense to trick our your microwave, at least visitors will see it. Anyway, it's just a theory I'm kicking around. Feel free to disprove it and I'll eat my words.
LOL, i'm on the fence between going Lian Li o11 Mini with 9 RGB lights and RGB this RGB that and need to get the more expensive SFX PSU's versus this case, some cheap arctic p12 fans, a cheaper PSU because I can with mid tower cases. I will save $300....

But the Lian Li o11 tricked out look so nice....which no one else will see...
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Gamers nexus tested the temps on this and they aren't great https://youtu.be/dNnMC0jtfos At the price it might be worth it but just know this going in
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