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  • Case to go with GA-7VRXP


    This is my first time building my own PC and I kinda need help picking a good case. I tried using one from my old comps (dimensions 17.3" x 8.76" x 16.55") but the board wouldn't fit. I've been looking at a lot of mid sized towers and see that they're close to what I have right now. Is a Full ATX the only way to go?

  • #2
    I have an AOpen H600A with that same board in it. ;)
    But I'm waiting on delivery now of my Antec PLUS1080AMG case (about 3-4weeks). :D


    • #3
      I'm also in the process of building my 1st PC. After a lot (I mean a lot) or research I went with the Lian-Li case.

      If money is not an object then the Lian-Li case is the best. I just bought the LL-60 Warrior for my GA-7VRXP. The LL-60 Warrior is just a "modified" Lian-Li 60 case. I'm extremely happy with this case and there is plenty of room for upgrades should you decide to do so down the road.

      Here are some links:

      I bought my case from here (very reputable vendor):

      Review of Case:

      Another Case Review:



      • #4
        Wiggo, where did you get your 1080AMG from, was it cos im going to order one from there as soon as i can sell my old box. I'd go for the antec, it has a better PSU than the aopen is is an alround top case, getting one as soon as possible.


        • #5
          I ordered at Secret originally but couldn't tell me when their next lot where expected so I went to and they said early sometime next month so that did it for me plus because of their free shipping within the metro area it actually cost a bit less. ;)


          • #6
            Oh yeh, forgot about that, originally i thought i'd go for because it was cheaper, but auspcmarket free shipping, sweet as. So once the old comp goes im going to order one straight away.


            • #7
              I just put together a system with this Mb. I settled on an Antec Plus880, complete with Antec TP 430W PS. Lots of room, extemely well built, and a hidden front panel port (with 2 usb and a firewire plug) already built in. Additionally, it already has 2 large rear case fans, so extra cooling is truly optional.

    , $121 with PS. Good deal, imo.


              • #8
                $121usd? wow i thought stuff was generally cheaper there, how much would it cost for the 1080amg model.


                • #9
                  Once again, that's $121 (US), WITH a 430W power supply. ;)