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Cooler Master MasterBox MB320L ARGB DarkMirror Front Panel Micro-ATX Mini Tower - Black $87.20 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Cooler Master Mid Tower ATX -
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/586394

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Mesh Intakes Large mesh intakes span each side of the front panel to provide additional airflow to system
Dual ARGB Fans Two pre-installed 120mm ARGB fans can be managed by the motherboard connected by the included splitter to create a comprehensive ARGB lighting system
Tempered Glass Hardware custom-loop cooling or the pure pride of showing off the build in panoramic view through an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel
Adaptable Drive Cage The drive cage is movable able to shift toward the front to accommodate for PSU space backwards to provide additional radiator space or even completely removed
Versatile Cooling Options Support for a total of six 120mm fans and front top and rear radiator placement ensures that you don’t have to compromise on performance

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  • This is the case I have.

    I got it so I could install a massive (more than 160cm high) tower air cooler (https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/pwrusr-com/builds/) to run [email protected]

    • How do you find the thermals? Does the front panel hinder airflow?

      • Generally speaking, I have no complaints.

        I left the front colored-fans off in winter and never heard the CPU or PSU fan spinning (my PSU has since been upgraded to a high wattage Corsair that stops the fan at lower loads, while the original CPU fan has been replaced by a noctua 15mm).

        Now I can hear the CPU fan spool more often (b/C Adelaide ambient temps..), but its noise could still be considered acceptable (it doesn't bother me at all and the CPU is still at [email protected] full load, but most of the time well below those values while browsing or gaming).

        If it gets any warmer (say beyond 70C), I might consider turning the front fans ON.

        I hope this satisfies your enquiry, any other questions let me know 👍