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Heyjoojoo First Officer

I thought about this case: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811144151

Not sure what supply to go with though. it will run Gigabyte, Duo2Core chip, Geforce 7800, 2 SATA drives, and that's about it. Any suggestions welcome..

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Steve (astrosteve) First Officer

What's your budget for the Case and PSU. Apevia is junk that interior is made of very cheap metal that you can bend with your fingers. I have used a bunch of Cooler Master cases, and their quality is very good. Here is one with a nice brushed Aluminum look. No PSU and to be honest most cases that come with a PSU are junk units. These two look and are great quality.
The case has a large 120mm exhaust fan. That will keep your case very cool! Just great quality stuff in my experience's. And looks more professional and less juvenile. The PSU has ,+12V1@16A,+12V2@16A and that's more than enough for your system even room to grow.

case:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119075

psu:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171018

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Ryan (737FLIER) First Officer

Get A dell XPS 710 case.

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Heyjoojoo First Officer

budgetwise: WEll, for the PSU - around $70 and the case around $90.

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Ryan (737FLIER) First Officer

Ok, forget about the XPS 710 case.

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Rodney Jacobs (GundamWZero) Captain

It you REALLY want a case, get a Thermaltake case. Not only they look great, but they help keep your componets cooler than normal cases.

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