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Best budget case?

Discussion in 'Cases' started by Akuichi, Jun 28, 2017.

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  1. Akuichi

    Akuichi ARC Initiate

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    Hello what do you think is the best budget case? In terms of durability and design for atx. I'm planning to change my generic case
     
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  2. Arjun Chandran

    Arjun Chandran Super Samurai
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    I'm using the Thermaltake Versa N26 case, its really awesome for the money.
    It's a windowed case, the uts rigid. The material is hard and you will get a USB 3.0 port too. Plus there is a HDD rack and two other mouthing areas.
     
  3. Akuichi

    Akuichi ARC Initiate

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    I see, how much did you pay for yours? Also any ideas for mounting laptop hdds on a case?
     
  4. Arjun Chandran

    Arjun Chandran Super Samurai
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    It was only $61. And an SSD mounting bracket can help you mount laptop HDD to a PC case.
     
  5. Akuichi

    Akuichi ARC Initiate

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    I see, thank you! What happens if you put the hdd on the bottom of the case temporarily?
     
  6. Arjun Chandran

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    Nothing!
     
  7. aces99

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    Thermaltake Versa N21 looks dope. But Corsair has some good budget cases as well.
     
  8. Costa Gold

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    If you can get an NZXT case in some deals or offers then that will be best. They know how to make a good case and has most things that a case needs.
    Corsair and Cooler Master are also a great option if you have more to spend.
     

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