A long while back I talked about building my PC, and doing all of that jazz. It's up and running, but the case has gone to crap for me.
Power light's failed, I had to repair the power switch after the cables came loose, the motherboard-side door doesn't fit on with all of my cables, the fans make a horrible whirr as the air passes through, an inclusion of a liquid cooler means that I now have no exhaust, (well, I do but the way I've had to set it up means that the hot air just gets pulled out and back in again by the fan below), and all in all I wish I had spent more money on one...
...ahem. Anyway, I need a case that could do:
6 hard drive mounts (1 for SSD, 1 for 2TB HDD, 4 for 4x2TB RAID (I know I can build a NAS box but to buy a 4 drive one the price is ridiculous))
3.5" HDD hotswap bay (if the case doesn't have one, I'll buy one)
Two (if no hotswap bay, three) 5.25" bays
Room for a Cooler Master Seidon 140v (placed at the back)
Mounts at the top of the case for exhaust.
I've found a few, but if you've found good ones, tell me! (budget is up to 130, could stretch it slightly)
Antec Lanboy Air (need to get a 3.5" hotswap bay)
Thermaltake Overseer RX-1
Antec P193 (think I need a hotswap bay, but has a 3.5" drive bay at the front, is it hotswappable?)
Antec P280 (again, I'll get a hotswap bay)
I'll be getting the case for my birthday, which is in November. What case do you think is best?