Best Of The Best, Part 2: Who Makes The Most Elite PC Case?

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Drejeck

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There are some cases CNC made, you should talk about this indipendent manufacturers. On SweClockers I saw the best mini ITX computer ever made, with 2 ssds, 2 fans, a picopsu and a discrete graphic card with riser card.
 

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CaseLabs is just one of those companies I don't get. Sure they give you a ton of customization options but I don't know, for $300 on a case like that?

At least the $210 I spent on a Silverstone FT02 was worth it.
 

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For the price of that CaseLabs case I'd rather get the CM Cosmos II, and save about $60. Sure it's an older design but it just looks so much better to me. The only downside with the Cosmos II is it's big and bulky weighing at just over 47lbs empty.
 

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There are some cases CNC made, you should talk about this indipendent manufacturers. On SweClockers I saw the best mini ITX computer ever made, with 2 ssds, 2 fans, a picopsu and a discrete graphic card with riser card.
Links please : D

Here is a link to something similar I won at a LAN party. Comes in a badass briefcase. http://nfc-systems.com/mini/
 

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Without having used any of the other cases, I can say that I had the pleasure of building a system in the 760T recently (a friend had me build him a monster rig), and it was one of my favorite builds I've ever done. The case looks freakin' gorgeous under his desk, too.
 

beoza

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Funny I got down voted for liking a different case that looks better to me. To each their own, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I just like the Cosmos II more for a case that costs $300+.
 

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We liked our Cosmos II, except that the company submitted it for an "ultimate liquid cooling" case article when it was new, and the huge radiator being used then didn't fit. Other radiators do. And now the case is old...which unfortunately means no new review.
 

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I don't get why they even bother testing with air-cooled components. Cases that can be even considered for this article are pretty much guaranteed to be able to handle that well. It's the radiator compatibility that should be the competition here.
 
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