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600T Renders [4] by abdelrahman 600T Renders [4] by abdelrahman
Fully modeled in Cinema 4d [exterior only], rendered using v-ray

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Contains a .c4d that includes the model, .psd files of logos and textures ...
available for personal and commercial usage except redistributing and reselling this model as is .

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600T Renders [3] by abdelrahman 600T Renders [2] by abdelrahman 600T Renders [2] by abdelrahman 600T Render [1] by abdelrahman
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:iconxinzhaoop:
I have this case, It is wonderful <3 
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:iconabdelrahman:
lucky you :D
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:iconxinzhaoop:
Just not anti dust friendly. Gets dusty quick x.x
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:iconabdelrahman:
from my experience all cases catch dust equally, if the fans are spinning dust will pass in and settle in
my tempest evo catches dust in a matter of hours after cleaning, and in a matter of days it's all dusty again 
the only real solution is to make your entire room dust free :)
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:iconxinzhaoop:
Agreed but its negative airflow from the from the side panel, thers a large part not attached and is a small hole. So dust comes in really easily Dx
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:iconabdelrahman:
have you considered getting a window, or even making it yourself with acrylic ?
another way to eliminate negative airflow is to activate the front 200 and the rear 120, with the top 200 deactivated 
so you'd have much filtered positive airflow coming in from the front, and little air getting out from the back :)
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