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This is the Cooler Master HAF 912, it is a mid-tower case.  For the price, it offers many of the features normally reserved for higher end cases.  At the time of this posting you could get one for $59.99.  If you need a lot of room for your pc but don’t want to spend $100 or more on a case then I would recommend this one.

Cooler Master HAF 912 Front View

The front of the case houses two external USB ports, line in and out jacks, as well as the power and reset switch. You can run 4 X 5.25” bays with the fourth one can be converted to a 3.5” bay if needed. It also has the room for two 120mm fans to bring in cool air.

Cooler Master HAF 912 Side View

On the inside you can see an addition 6 3.5” bays for all of your hard drive needs. One thing to note if you plan on using the bays turned sideways as shown, you will need right angle sata and power cables to clear the door. One nice feature, though, is the ability to rotate the middle 4 bays 90 degrees, so you can use standard connections if needed.

Cooler Master HAF 912 Side View 2

On the back side, you can see that the power supply sits on the bottom, which is what I prefer. It has 7 expansion ports for all of your PCI needs, depending on your motherboards capabilities. You may also notice the three rubber grommets for water cooling if you so choose to do so.

Cooler Master HAF 912 Top View

One the top is where you can mount your ceiling fan, due to this monster cooling area. You can use either 2 X 120mm fans or a single monster 200mm fan. Using a 200mm fan will definitely keep any clutter off the top of your computer.