A couple months ago, I built a guy a pretty nice gaming pc with one of these cases. His room mate got super jelly, and started saving his money up. I sold this guy to him for a solid $800!
what a powerhouse for 400 dollars!
Yeah, she definitely turned out great!
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How many frames do you average on your overall semi-demanding game? Also really nice budget build with a good powerhouse, I really like it.
Check out the cinebench photo... that should give you a pretty good idea of the fps you will get in games.
This will do about the same as a system with an i5 7400 and a gtx 1070.
its h61 board , and you hv written that its67 board ? ,whatever nice build
Thanks for pointing that out! I made a mistake... Sorry about that!
pubg ? how much fps ? where r u from bro ?
did this case come with any fans pre installed?
Yes. It comes with 2 red 120mm fans preinstalled in the front and a 140mm fan in the back. In this case, the customer requested blue, so we were more than happy to oblige!
I know I'm a bit late, but is it still holding up now? I might try to recreate this...
No complaints so far... :)
Hey, I'm debating on this case. Can you tell me if there's dust filters on the front and top?
There are dust filters on the front, top, and bottom of this case.
Thanks, I'm seriously leaning towards this case. Does the body feel sturdy or cheaply made?
Also does it have good airflow?
It's a great case all around. You won't be disappointed!
boom goes the psu
Except it hasn't... interesting...
Did you seriously pay 15 USD for that case or are you missing a 0 there?
Yupp. Paid $15 USD for it.
How D: ? $15 for a Trooper SE?
If it works, it works, I personally won't get anything unless 80+Bronze, but thats my opinion.
Another awesome build btw @guitpicker007
Eh, I have used a few of these and no issues so far.
The storage could be a problem though...