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    Default Thermaltake level 10 GT[Full Tower] vs Cooler Master HAF X?

    Need help choosing one of these casings-
    1.The GT-10 Full Tower is Second Hand,though its been used for 5 months only and scratch less,well u can call it fully fresh i guess.
    since all the casings i want like-speedo,armor revo,chaser etc are out so this seems a very tempting choice at this moment.Besides that The casing is originally 24k and i cud buy it for only 14k.So seems a Great deal for such an awesome,though 2nd hand casing.
    2.THE Cooler master HAF X is a good one..though thermaltake designs seems to outstand any other cases.I Don't the price of this casing Though,ud be helpful if u mentioned it.Did some digging and found out that it was just too big inside.


    ANYWAY,Help me choose one!thanx in advance

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    L10GT is ¤¤¤¤ get the Haf x, costs 16k at binary logic.

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    Haf-x.

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    if for only looks, l10gt (personally i dont think it looks very good). For everything else, haf x. haf x is still the best chassis for the price. Now the choice is urs.

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    haf x

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    Get the haf x
    Another day inside my world.
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    LVl 10 is khet in terms of looks IDK how people stand the design. Cooler master 'ordhek-X' (HAF-X) would be a better choice coz it provides a hell'va lot of space and very awesome airflow. Currently I am using the HAF-X and it is simply outstanding IMO. U can check the pics:

    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...21%21%21%21%21



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    LVl 10 is khet in terms of looks IDK how people stand the design. Cooler master 'ordhek-X' (HAF-X) would be a better choice coz it provides a hell'va lot of space and very awesome airflow. Currently I am using the HAF-X and it is simply outstanding IMO. U can check the pics:

    http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...21%21%21%21%21

    That and its built worse than any of their previous cases.

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    Buy HAF-X . its really awesome casing .

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