Question case suggestion

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I picked up a Meshify C today and after pulling it out of the box I'm not really feeling it. The biggest downside for me is the PSU shroud covering up the lowest fan slot. While I dont know that I will NEED a 360mm radiator in the front, I want the ability to upgrade to one in the future.

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I really like the Corsair 500D RBG, but $300 is too much for a case for me. So what I'm looking for is a mid tower with 3 120mm RGB fans in front, 1 in the read, and mounting locations for at least 2 120mm fans in the top. I would like an integrated RGB controller or, one that can be controlled through the motherboard. I'm sure there are things that I am missing in my search, but those are the basics.
 

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If you want some decent advice, don't look for cases with RGB fans built in, because 99% of the time those fans are absolute garbage, and you may as well literally set fire to your money. If you want a case where you could, if you wanted to, fit a 360mm radiator upfront, the best one I can think of is the Phanteks Enthoo Pro M TG. Not only can it fit a 360mm rad up front, but it can fit one in the roof at the same time. It's a gorgeous case. Then simply buy some deccent RGB fans, and hook them up to a decent motherboard with a fan cable splitter.
 
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Sep 2, 2019
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If you want some decent advice, don't look for cases with RGB fans built in, because 99% of the time those fans are absolute garbage, and you may as well literally set fire to your money. If you want a case where you could, if you wanted to, fit a 360mm radiator upfront, the best one I can think of is the Phanteks Enthoo Pro M TG. Not only can it fit a 360mm rad up front, but it can fit one in the roof at the same time. It's a gorgeous case. Then simply buy some deccent RGB fans, and hook them up to a decent motherboard with a fan cable splitter.
I've been thinking about getting a case like the non RGB Corsair 500D (still more than I wanted to spend but doable) or the icue equipped cases, but do the cases that dont come with RGB need a separate controller for RGB fans? I know the motherboard can link to several different RGB controllers, but I dont know if the motherboard can control them separately.
 

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