Am planning to have a new pc assembled. Looking forward to a good advice on the best case to use.
Right now I own a Lian Li PC-7010Bhttp://www.lian-li.com/v2/en/product/pr ... s_index=95
It's a decent case but am considering to go for a mid-tower.
There are a few important things to be considered:
1. I should be able to easily slide out the harddisk sideways myself
(in case of I need to replace it, so I donot need to bring the entire pc to the shop)
2. Good airflow - in summertime it tends to be pretty hot in my room (27-28 degr c)
3. As silent as possible.
Donot have the skill of building the pc myself, replacing memory makes me nervous already
Have spent a _lot_ of time on reading reviews of P280, R4 and 550d.
I am not in favour of the 550d - think it has some temperature issues(?)
In case I have
to decide between the P280 and R4 I tend to go for the P280 - though I am a bit worried
about the lack of front fans and Antec's focus on negative pressure only.
Are there any decent alternatives for the P280 ?
The choice looks a bit limited as it is P280 all over.
(Price isn't too much of an issue)
I think the case should not be too small.
Don't know whether it makes any difference though:
a small case = less volume of warm air
a bigger case = maybe the overall temperature remains lower?
PC will include:
Motherboard: ASUS P8Z77-V DELUXE
Power: Corsair AX760i
Memory: Kingston - HyperX Predator 32GB DDR3-1600 CL9 XMP quad kit
CPU: Intel - Intel® Core™ i7-3770K
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master - Hyper 412S
SSD: Samsung - 512GB - 840 Pro Serie
RAID controler: 3ware SAS 9750-4i
HDDs: Western Digital - WD2003FYYS (4x RE4 - 2x RAID,0)
Graphic card: Asus - HD7850-DC2T-2GD5-V2
TIA for suggestions.