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    Corsair 110R

    You can't go wrong at £55, can you?
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    Re: Corsair 110R

    I fail to see the point of a window that extends far enough down to show the blank PSU shroud.
    What's the point of that? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    I can see my next case will likely have to be a scratchbuild...

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    Re: Corsair 110R

    Quote Originally Posted by iworrall View Post
    I fail to see the point of a window that extends far enough down to show the blank PSU shroud.
    What's the point of that? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    Many modders use this area to display branded and custom graphics.
    Others enjoy the lack of visible PSU branding.

    I'm actually a fan of the extended headspace.
    One thing I often find is that cases lack enough headroom for a top-mounted rad and fan set, especially some of the more expensive cases. Some won't even accomodate an AIO. Others it's just down to the particulars of motherboard heatsinks, but it's still inconvenient. At best, they're fiddly as flip to install and a real headache doing any maintenance or upgrades... so big props to Corsair for that one - Now if only they'd made it big enough for a 240 up top as well as in front!!!

    Looks like a decent case for smallish builds, though.
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    Re: Corsair 110R

    It'd be much improved if the vent on top covered more - they've got the space to fit a 240mm rad up there, even if it meant being either/or with the 5.25 bay.

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