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XO Gaming Cases

Discussion in 'PC Gaming & Rigs' started by sh18, Jul 19, 2005.

  1. sh18

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    Hi, just starting to build my first PC and after hours of deciding which case i want i found an awesome XO Black & Silver Case:

    http://www.planetmicro.co.uk/product_info.asp?stockcode=M004239

    i just wanted to know if anyone knows a respectable online or high street retailer that sells this for less than 45 Pounds
     
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    Also does anyone have an XO case? any opinions?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    You'd be better off asking in the gaming area somewhere really...

    I doubt anyone into HTPC will have ever seen one before, and most of us probably fall into that category..

    If you want my *opinion*.... A case *with PSU* at that price is probably made from cornflake packets. The PSU internals wound from old pan-scrubbers... :rolleyes:

    That's not meant to sound harsh, honestly, but most of us here would spend twice that just on the PSU, and the same again on a case.

    It might be very good value, and look/sound/work very well indeed, but I don't think you'll ever get a recommendation from anyone here, it's too obscure.

    ADDED: The case itself won't pose you any problems as long as you are happy with it, but I'd probably bin the PSU and get something from a known brand, especially for your first build.
     

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