$28 "Sort By Lowest Price" Case Review: DIYPC Zondda-O: This review of DIYPC’s Zondda-O PC case looks at the low-end of the market, focusing on a case that’s often between $26 and $34. Build quality, thermals, and value are analyzed.
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In this content, we’re reviewing one of the cheapest PC cases we’ve ever worked with. The DIYPC Zondda-O does actually have it’s place, despite being cheap, but there are definite and significant downsides from cutting spending so low on such a large component. The Zondda-O might have some appeal for people who just need a box to put the parts in, but otherwise is limited in options and dated in layout. The tooling feels ancient — similar to cases that came out around 2007-2009, but we couldn’t figure out if it was reused from an older case.
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