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Approaching Sub-Zero-the Coolermaster ATC-110 Case
Added on: Wed Oct 31 2001
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The side panels of the case are simple brushed aluminum and can be removed by a series of thumbscrews on the back of the case.
Of particular mention is the top mounted blow hole, (or hole in the top of the case), which mounts an additional top exhaust 80 mm fan which provides for the removal of hot air trapped in the top of the case.
This unfortunately mounts screws external to the case, and distracts from an otherwise clean design.


The rear of the case showcases a final exhaust fan (four 80mm fans in total) and a collection of thumbscrews for easy case access. There isn’t really anything exciting about the rear of the case, its aluminum and can mount some types of redundant power supplies.


Upon opening the case you’ll encounter….a power supply bracket…a removable motherboard tray…and a whole lot of drive mounts.
So many in fact I can’t count that high. The interesting things to note here are the power supply bracket featuring an open bottom to mount those supplies which have dual fans. (Two fans are better then one, unless the second is insane.)







 
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