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So how do you know if a certain case is right for you? Well in a way you don’t, you see everyone picks cases for different reasons. Some people choose a case on price alone while others have a laundry list of must haves like color, special cooling, or exotic materials like aluminum and carbon fiber. However on thing is certain whatever case you decide on is not what you are limited to since you can always mod your case and turn it into anything you want.
Want a metallic black finish? Sand down the panels and repaint them. Want to improve cooling. Grab your Dremel tool and cut out a few openings. The possibilities are endless which brings us to our review item.
Overall dimensions are 17.3” x 7.9” x 19.5” which is about a half an inch smaller than the CM Centurion 590 we recently reviewed.