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    Corsair 7000D Airflow

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    Re: Corsair 7000D Airflow

    Jayz had a video on this the other day. I'm looking forward to his intended build in it, to see how well a fully decked case can be done.

    Being a massive case I certainly love the idea of this, as I could get a 360 X-flow in the front while still having room for a lower drain port beneath it. The front grille intakes are nice to see as well, rather than the common trend for panels with intake slots around the sides.
    The price is rather painful, but possibly still worth it....
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    Re: Corsair 7000D Airflow

    given the size of them, it is a bit of a waste, that not being able to hold a couple of 5,25" frontbays, for eg. additional ports/optical drives and the likes.

    Even though I do have a BD in my PC that I never use, it is nice to have options, that is just some thoughts.

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    Re: Corsair 7000D Airflow

    I agree, Quor, that having options is always the best route.
    There are a couple of Phanteks cases that can still take 5.25" bay cages (sold separately).
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    Re: Corsair 7000D Airflow

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    I agree, Quor, that having options is always the best route.
    There are a couple of Phanteks cases that can still take 5.25" bay cages (sold separately).
    I just built a large format dual xeon home server recently and the case I've fallen in love with was the Fractal Design Define XL R2, it's a fantastic monster of a case with hard drive storage and 5.25" coming out of every space.

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