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Old 23-05-13, 06:16 PM
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A friend recently bought the Gx 700. It is quite well built and comes with some nice features (e.g.fan controller) but it is a tad heavy for its size and the cable management isn't fantastic. That seems to be Antec cases in a nutshell.

I also use some antec 'true quiet' fans in my inwin case. They're quiet, well built and cheap.

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Old 23-05-13, 06:33 PM
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I have a thermaltake smart series 850w, the only issue i have is it's not very quiet and it's not very nice to look at (but a bit of carbon fibre vinyl wrap will change that), but for a £100 off amazon uk, it's semi modular and has flat cables i love i'm happy with it
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Old 23-05-13, 06:37 PM
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They're just not as innovative as the likes of Silverstone, Cooler Master & Corsair. If I were in the market for a new case I would likely choose one of those manufacturers.
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