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Best case with removeable mobo tray

Discussion in 'Case Central' started by spitzoid, 19 Oct 2008.

  1. spitzoid

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    Hi guys,

    As the title says, which is the best case with a removable mobo tray, or, which case would you buy atm which has a removable mobo tray?

    I want a case that will fit the latest & greatest graphics cards & mobos, is reasonably affordable (£150 max), has good ventilation i.e no need to fit extra fans, and is standard ATX form factor.

    Any advice welcome.
    Cheers,
    Spitzoid
     
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  3. TheCenturion

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    lian li pc-p60
     
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  5. Nix

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    The V1000 series have removable trays don't they?
     
  6. Nanobot

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    +1 for the Lian-Li PC-60B PLUS.
     
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    ThermaleTake Armour +
     
  8. smilertoo

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    Lianli cases are nice but the pc-60 is quite small and fitting a modern GPU will be a very tight fit.
    Go for a bigger lianli.
     
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  10. Kelt

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    Well the HAF 932 doesn't have a removeable tray, but it has a big hole at the back so you can fit backplates for HSF's and blocks. Which is the next best thing. Maybe better, as you only have to take of the side panel to get access, instead of unplugging all those leads.

    However, what it does have, is remarkable air cooling!

    OK, it's a cold day, but still, on a stock Intel HSF (temporary), overclocked to 3200Mhz, my Q6600 at idle is reading 37.37.32.35, and that's with the HSF throttled back via bios to 1200rpm.
     
    Last edited: 21 Oct 2008