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Cooler Master Mystique 632

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About the Product

This aluminum tower case measures 8 x 17.5 x 18.9 in. It features 4 5.25" drive bays, 6 3.5" drive bays (4 hidden), 7 expansion slots, front panel I/O ports and comes with 2 120 mm cooling fans. It supports standard/micro ATX motherboards and PS/2 type ATX PSUs (not included).

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Cooler Master Mystique 632 Reviews Rating: 85 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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BiT-Tech.net  --- Aug 11 '06
Gamepyre 85/100 Sep 12 '06
Hexus  --- Aug 05 '06
MadShrimps  --- Sep 04 '06
Neoseeker  --- Oct 04 '06
Overclockers Club  --- Mar 20 '07
OverclockersOnline  --- Sep 15 '06
PCApex 8.5/10 Oct 09 '06
Technic3D  --- Sep 26 '06
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BiT-Tech.net on Aug 15 '06

"Cooler Master's Mystique 632 is a generally good and well-designed case, with only one major downside. If you're someone that is considering high end multi-GPU setups, we would recommend looking at..."

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MadShrimps on Sep 05 '06

"If you are looking for a pre-mod retail enclosure with excellent cooling, easy installation and useful features this Mystique has your name written all over it."

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Neoseeker on Oct 05 '06

"With a street price of about $100 USD, you will get a decent enough case that looks good, has a cool but not obtrustive glow, and that features nice tooless design decisions. And if a clean PC is..."

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Overclockers Club on Mar 21 '07

"With its good looks, clean design and features, this case is one that you will enjoy working with. I particularly liked the door mechanism, tool-less installation of the drive bays and the fact..."

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OverclockersOnline on Sep 19 '06

"The Mystique 632 is stylish, dignified chassis that makes a statement. It is not a flamboyant case, nor is it meant to be. The Mystique 632's allure is in its subtle sense of sophistication...."

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