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    Default unique case for new gaming pc build

    im looking to get something unique and ne, I took a look at those inwin cases and really looking forward to this one after reading the review https://appuals.com/inwin-905-atx-mi...c-case-review/ . But it seems like that it will be hard to build in this case. do you guys have any past exp in these cases?

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    Bah, any case is fine to build a PC in. I've built a PC in a literal $5 case before with no issues.

    If you're fine with how a case looks, and its price, that's all you need. I'd hope you found that case on sale though, that review points out some obvious deficiencies that shouldn't be accepted on a $300 case
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