Which case for my new build?

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Hey guys I am planning my new build and right now I am debating on which case to get:
The Azza CSAZ-XT1 B - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811517023
Or the Cooler Master HAF 922 - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0026FCI2U/?tag=pcpapi-20
I am putting 1 hard drive and 1 ssd in this build and both can handle that so no problems there. I am getting a 780 Ti made by Zotac and I know it will fit in the HAF 922 but I don't know about the Azza case. I am getting an Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 mobo and a H100i to put on my CPU so will that fit as well? Also, which one has better cable management and airflow?
Thanks for any help and advice!
 

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Yes it is a great case for your price point. Or, save up and get a 750D, it is a giant but it is really good for custom water cooling loops. Also, the Hyper 212 will cut it for OCing. I've used both to OC my 4930K and yes the H100i was better but the 212 still performed well giving me about 35 degrees on idle and 48 on a load
 

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The Corsair Carbide 500R is a good case and will work with your H100i better. But, you may want to get a Hyper 212 EVO as the H100i is retty loud and is kind of overkill for LGA 1150 builds, maybe FX 9000 series of LGA 2011 builds.
 

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Yes it is a great case for your price point. Or, save up and get a 750D, it is a giant but it is really good for custom water cooling loops. Also, the Hyper 212 will cut it for OCing. I've used both to OC my 4930K and yes the H100i was better but the 212 still performed well giving me about 35 degrees on idle and 48 on a load
 

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