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I've always liked the CM WaveMaster better. TT came out with a horizontal desktop version called the Tenor, which I liked a lot more for some weird reason.
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I've always liked the CM WaveMaster better.
Yeah, but that horse has been beaten to death
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I agree. I'll also never get another case with a door. Sure, it gives a nice uniform look, then it just gets in the way. My next case will be either a CM Mystique, Ammo 533, or an Aerocool Spiral Galaxies.
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Yeah, I wanted that A10, but now I'm not too sure
I'm thinking MountainMods
Since I'm in and out, in and out, of it anytime I get near it
As for doors, if they can come off, they do, if they can't, they still do
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I really want a case with a removable motherboard tray. Newegg used to sell Eagletech/Skyhawk aluminum cases with them, for $40, and by all accounts they were solid cases if just a tad smallish.
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I really want a case with a removable motherboard tray.
That's a must
I love to prebuild them out side the case
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Newegg has some cheap apevias with removable trays. I sort of like the way the Spire Pininfarina case opens up, similar to the G5 mac or Dell XPS.
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