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- Monday, June 25th, 2001 Like Share


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theears Jun 30, 01
Any good modified for good cooling case should allow maximum airflow and minimum resistence.

The pics clearly shows the fans on the back have no cutouts fror fan grills.This prevents the fans from moving the air they were meant to move.

Now a good overclocker case should use some ducting to chanel the forced air on components that generate alot of heat.And take all hot air out as fast as possible.

With no ducting huge amounts of air need to be moved to generate high velocities and cool components.And as you know huge(relative here may be anything from 50cfm to over 1000 cfm like my largest case!)amounts of air moved make BIG noise.Noise = Bad

So this is why I never buy modified cases,I but a case to fit all my components and then mod the case myself.Costly buy worth the time and component cost.

I have one full tower SuperMicro,one full tower Antec(SX1240) and a SuperMicro server WATX case!All modded to my taste(400-650W Antec and Enermax PSUs,Delta,YS Tech and Sunon HO fans,custom fan grills,and all fan cutouts removed!)Its called quality cooling and it works damn well.

TheEAR(s) Now TheCPU(s)
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theears Jun 30, 01
Cold here

Dont mind all the typos

Thank you

TheEAR(s) Now TheCPU(s)
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Gxcad Jul 1, 01
I don't know if it was critical enough. It seemed like all the good things were great while all the bad things were acceptable and only pointed out quietly. It also says more cfm for less money according to amk, which is good...what?? according to amk?? Of course a company will push their own product! Like ears pointed out, more cfm isn't always better. I think the review needed to be more detailed. Is it ugly? How is the room? How easy is it to install things in it? What is the cost? What is included? Did you test it? How does it compare to a normal case? Well, there are some ideas I guess, heh:D I don't mean to be hard on the writer, but I honestly didn't think it was a good review, I didn't get a good feel of what the case was like. Thats what I thought anyway:P

-Gxcad

This message was edited by Gxcad on Jul 01 2001.
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