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Comment reply on -Blazen-'s Completed Build: First Build $600 (Night Flare)

  • 15 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! The case was iffy. There was a lot of space for the PSU and GPU. There were tons of bays which kinda blocked the USB 3.0 port on the motherboard. Luckily there was one at the bottom of my motherboard. Cable management was the hardest part. Not many holes to get the cables through and my 24-pin cable had to be plugged in without going through the back since it didn't reach the first time I tried. Back panel didn't have that much space. Trying to fit more than 5 cables back there would be a two-man job. I would recommend it if you had multiple people helping you or if you are experienced (which I am not ;P). If you were a beginner or a novice I would recommend a better case but the price can't be beaten and it looks very nice. Came with two fans too. One in the front (no LEDs) and one in the back (red LEDs).

Comment reply on -Blazen-'s Completed Build: First Build $600 (Night Flare)

  • 15 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks!

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