Do you agree these are the top 3 cases of 2011

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 9, 2011 - 12:18 PM |
Tagged: roundup, corsair, thermaltake, cubitek

2011 has been a busy year for enclosures with an enormous amount of models hitting the stores, ranging from the bare bones $50 case to impressively engineered high end cases costing over $200.  Some new players have expanded their lines and the older players have been putting those years of design experience to good work.  Think Computers has winnowed the long list of cases they've reviewed this year down to the top three models of 2011.  As you have probably guessed, the Thermaltake Level 10 GT is indeed on the list but you will have to follow the link to find out the other two cases.

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"It is December now and that means the end of the year is upon us. This past year we have reviewed quite a few products, but I think we have reviewed cases the most. Cases are such an important part of your system, it is the first thing someone looks at when you are at a LAN party. We have decided to make a list of the best cases of 2011. Keep in mind these are drawn from cases that we have reviewed so if you do not see a case in this list that is why. Read on to see what our favorite cases from 2011 were."

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December 9, 2011 | 09:04 PM - Posted by cyow

That's just sweat My case is in the top 3.

got to love the Corsair 600T

December 12, 2011 | 03:12 PM - Posted by nabokovfan87

The top 3 cases of the year are:

Antec p280 and 2 others from silverstone, CM, lian-li or corsair. I don't think any of those in the article are top 3, but I have no idea what was released this year or last or w/e.

December 14, 2011 | 10:37 AM - Posted by klatch

I have the 600T also and like it but I really wish there was a way to disable the white LEDs on the 200mm fans. I also wish that the power adapter for the fans wasn't molex - how many of us have ide devices in our computers anymore? The only thing I am running the ide power cable off my modular power supply for is to run the fans. Bleh. Can't they update that to use a sata power connector just like you can convert a molex to a sata?

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