I need a case under 60 us dollars. Thank you in advanced :D
This really depends on your needs and form factor. There are MANY good cases under $60. One of the cases I've been eyeballing for a slightly smaller build (mATX mini-tower that's on the larger side) is the CM N200. Currently $50 or $40 after MIR
There are also the Fractal Core 3000 usb 3.0 :http://pcpartpicker.com/part/fractal-design-case-fdcacore3000usb3bl, for $60 or the NZXT Source 220: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/nzxt-case-caso22001, for $50
I really like the Corsair 200r, has 2 usb 3.0 ports. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139018&Tpk=corsair%20200r
I have this case...
It works really well for the money.
- 200mm fan support
- Dust filters
- Sturdy and solid construction
- Power and reset switches are responsive
- Water cooling is supported
- Positioning of the front panel USB and audio ports is a nuisance if you use an optical drive.
- Cleaning it can be burdensome.
- No front panel USB 3.0
- Not many cable management options
- Only comes with two 120mm fans
^^^All of NZXT Technologies Cases on amazon that are under $60 and over 4 star rating. I would recommend the Tempest or a 210 Elite.
The box that came with your motherboard. Put it inside and cut holes where you need them.
EDIT: I say this not to sound like some useless prick; anything under 60 is really not something you will end up keeping for long. Save the money for a case around 100 where you will find something good that will last. I say this from previous experience.
Check out the fractal design arc midi r2. Like 70ish bucks and I love mine to death.
i'll whore myself out for this case http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811133196 it's no g5, but it's still damn fine looking
Looks nice, but to small for my needs.
I like those cases, but the nzxt one has the drives facing the back, which is a major turnoff.
I was looking at that case before, but people were complaining about the air flow
I'll probably get the midi r2 if it's in my budget. Thank you!
Those people have no idea what they're talking about. It comes with 2x 120mm fans, with lots of ventilation and additional fan support. With the carbide, airflow is the least of your worries. I have personal experience with this case, and I really like it. My only complaint is that the SATA cables from the Corsair CX430 were too short/too few.
How does the 200r compare to the 300r?