[EXPIRED]Thermaltake View 31 Tempered Glass case $64.99 after $20 MIR Newegg

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  1. UsandThem

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    #1 UsandThem, Dec 29, 2017
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    Nice case, got an amazon deal by luck... 89 bucks for the view 31 RGB with 3 140mm fans.
     
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    It's now $64.99 after rebate!! A very nice looking case IMO. :)
     
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    Must have changed overnight. Updated my OP. Thanks!
     
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    I've had mine for 6 months now. I wont say it's the best case ever but for the price it's hard to beat. Plenty of room for triple rads and a custom loop. The case is fat. Probably 2 inches wider than average. They did this to allow for HDD installation behind the motherboard. That was it's biggest selling point for me but unfortunately it didn't work out so well. Putting hard drives against a glass panel magnifies their noise too much. A sound dampened panel would be better. They may call it a mid-tower but it has the volume of a full-tower.
     
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    Didn't this case use to come with two front Riing fans?
    Seems they removed one front intake fan to bring the price down.
    Can anyone elaborate on whether using one front intake instead of two on how it effects the cases cooling?
    I mean, i'm sure it doesnt have the best cooling/airflow(thats obvious), im just wondering if it's worth it to spring for an extra intake fan or if its a waste of money.
     
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    I would. Two 140mm intake fans and one rear 140mm exhaust provides a good balance of air flow, and provides "positive pressure", or takes in air faster than exhausting it. It will help cut down on dust getting pulled into every crack or seam in the case.
     
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