AMD Enthusiast Gaming Build: Case
While all of the components we are selecting here today are what we would go with, and priced from vendors we trust, it is always a good idea to shop around as deals on these, or other good options, pop up from other reliable vendors all the time. With that said, let’s dive right into the next order of business.
SilverStone SETA A1 $149.99 (Currently $134.99)
- Aluminum, Steel, And Tempered Glass
- Very Flexible Cooling Options
- Very Good Compatibility For Its Size
- Truly Stunning
- Shared Chassis Can Run Into Limits Not Found In New Bespoke Chassis
- Lacks Some Features Found On Higher End Offerings
- Some People May Not Care For The Styling
I am not sure what is the easiest way to start a fight on a tech forum, but it is either start an AMD/Intel thread, start an AMD/NVIDIA thread, or post your particular taste in case design. If you do any of those three, it is time to just put on the flame suit as your intelligence will be questioned, the intelligence of your children will be questioned, the status of the use of your mother’s lady bits last night will be questioned, and someone will call you blind. That said, you have to put your hardware in something (or do you?) and our selection today is the SilverStone SETA A1 because it is reasonably flexible for its price point, well made, and it is truly STUNNING. Yes, it is a stunning case! I said it. Now, to head off all of your questions. Yes, I am an idiot. Yes, my children are as well. No, I don’t know what you did with my mother’s lady bits last night. I guess technically, the state does say I have to wear contacts to drive on my driver’s license.