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Approaching Sub-Zero-the Coolermaster ATC-110 Case
Added on: Wed Oct 31 2001
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The front drive door conceals four 5.25 bays, and two 3.5 bays. Itís is held in place by two small magnets which are cleanly hidden from the side.

This metal door is actually very sturdy, featuring aluminum thatís over 10mm thick, which increases the caseís aesthetic value by hiding the ugly beige drives, and reducing noise.

Below the front door are the power and reset switch, two LEDís, and a strong metal filter, which conceals two 80 mm intake fans. The two LEDís are blue and extremely brilliant, creating a wondrous (oooh, aaaah) effect and even impressing the ladies.
The wire fan filter conceals a black charcoal filter (which is removable, and thus replaceable), and the additional interior 3.5 hard drive bays. This filter cover can only be removed from the inside by taking off both side panels of the case.
A bit arduous (look a big word!) but the mere fact it can be done is a plus.

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