>this was once considered an attractive case by PC gamers
I have this one, bought it a few years ago.
I don't really regret it, but today I'd much rather buy a Fractale Design case.
if ur shit aint a plain black box ur not a real
I got this case when I was like 15-16....
>this was once considered an attractive case by Macfags
>The kind of people who buy Thermaltake cases and accessories
Painted these things look fucking godlike
So you went straight from 13 to 18?
I actually had one of these
Build quality was cheap as shit and the gauges on the front never worked
I have been looking for yeaes about a case I had in my youth (6-7 years ago), it looked somewhat cool, perhaos a bit tacky, eh.
Basically had a front door (to cover the dvd trays, like the fractal design define), power button on the bottom of said door, had some plastic feet and the major thing was that it had two huge ass leds on the front (looking like a pair of eyes). The interior was grey.
If someone manages to help me find the model I'll pay him, no joke.
If you think that understand that edgy teens may be attracted to edgy cases is the same thing as liking edgy cases yourself, then you're a fucking autist.
I don't care much about edgy cases. If I had to choose between edgy but working case or "News at 11: Fag annoys the rest of the workplace with constantly bursting strings" >>52415554 I'd go for the edgy case.
You know that was made by a guy who used to browse /g/? He was a PowerPC fanatic and ran Debian PPC off of one. I remember he had another one like that with a slightly different paint job and ran like an Athlon 64 in it or something, really long time ago.
Dude was cool as fuck, too. Like everything else /g/ ruined it.
I've been rocking the refrigerator look since 2005.
>If you think that understand that edgy teens may be attracted to edgy cases is the same thing as liking edgy cases yourself, then you're a fucking autist.
Dude holy fuck go learn some grammar.
>mfw fire makes it about 10% faster but we forgot about that ancient, magical technology
I just built my first PC. I feel like an asshole for using this case but it seemed to be the best for that price and it's not like I have to show it off.
Zalman Z9 Plus was a decent case when it came out. Lots of extra's and fans, and the actual look wasn't as bad as pictures made it out to be. Plus it was very cheap, what is always a plus. Allowed me to spend a bit more budget on the PSU (way too many try to safe a bit money on this essential part. I rather have a fugly cheap case, that is still decent in build and options, than a non-high quality PSU.).
But people who pay lots of money for fugly rices cases are pure retards with zero taste.
My first case I bought. Still use it, it was about £60.
>muh blue LED fans
It has dust filters all down the front of the case, and it also has graphics card weight support. It's fucking huge though I wish I'd got something smaller and simple as fuck.
>/g/ was actually hyped for this case when it came out
First build was in one of these. Took it to a LAN party every weekend and was by far the lightest rig there, every other build was steel.
Had a Gigabyte prebuilt WC in it at one stage, 300CFM Delta fans before that.
All for cooling a Northwood.
Experimenting as a newbie was so cash
I still use this thing despite its cramped layout and bad airflow. Finding a case that is enough of an improvement, not too bulky and not a hideous piece of plastic trash is surprisingly hard.
>uses a case with a window
>wants to be treated as an adult
Well I paid it 48€ on Amazon and I just looked up this one and it's like 75€ at its cheapest. It's a pretty low level build and other than looking retarded this case does everything I need it too, also comes with 2 fans which is nice compared to most other cases in the same price range.
>this was once considered attractive by Macfags
I've bought a BitFenix Shinobi when it first came out. It's really great.
I've changed out the front USB for 3.0 ones (theres a kit for that) and basically I see no need to ever buy another case. I've also painted the logo piece black - so it looks very stealthy.