suggest a good cabinet for core i5 within 2k

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  1. vickybat

    vickybat I am the night...I am...

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    hi guys

    bought the i5 but looking for a cabby at a shoestring budget.

    have shortlisted iball workhorse and zebronics bizli.

    any suggestions???
     
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    Zebronics Bizli is way better than any iBall/Frontech cabby. I'd recommend it. But do keep in mind that if you install a long GPU(8800GTX/9800GTX/HD4870/HD5800) then you can install only 2(3 @ max) hdd instead of full 4.
     
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    CM Elite 335@ 2.1k (Screwless almost) or CM Elite 330 @ 1.8k (Screwful)
     
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    @Vicky:
    Such a nice system you got...put it in a nice cabinet. The one Krow has suggested is really good, and not that expensive too..!
     
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    Yes, go for a CM Elite...you wont regret it :razz:
     
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    +1 for the Cooler Master Elite series. No screws needed at all. Also the ventilation is very good in its range.
     
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    Elite 330 has screws, 334/335 does not. :)
     
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    Hey Krow, we have something in common ...

    I also own a CM 334 with VX450 :razz:
     
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    Same pinch on that green skull avatar of yours! :D
     
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    hi guys

    i appreciate your feedback, but where i live there are no coolermaster distributors so no cm cabinets for me.Since i cant order online so i'm goin for the zebby bizli.

    is it a good decision or there are some other options except cm?
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    hi guys

    i appreciate your feedback, but where i live there are no coolermaster distributors so no cm cabinets for me.Since i cant order online so i'm goin for the zebby bizli.

    is it a good decision or there are some other options except cm?:-?
     
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    CM is best, zeb Bizli is better then the rest(except CM).
     
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    @OP:
    Which city...?
     
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    its cuttack which is 20km from bhubaneswar(orissa).
     
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    ^^ You should be able to order online...though there would be a waiting ofr 7-8 days...
     
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    How much it costed u???
    I am also looking for this proccy....

    I hope it beats the old C2D by good margin...:-o
     
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    The i5 750 cost me around 10k inclusive of taxes.

    yeah it bests the c2d by a good margin
     
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    Please order online from lynx...dont go for Bijli :-|
     
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    The C2D looks like junk when compared with i5. :)

    @ OP I dont think you should put i5 in a Zebby bijli! Cmon man, order CM Elite 334/5 online man!
     
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    :shock:
    That is harsh...
     
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