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Approaching Sub-Zero-the Coolermaster ATC-110 Case
Added on: Wed Oct 31 2001
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The Good

So you know what the case looks like and what it offers. But what are the case’s strong points? If the case were to standup and offer an argument on why it should be purchased, what would it say? “Look, I can talk, buy me.” Though that would be sufficient for all of us, unfortunately this case can’t talk, so I have to talk for it. (Well more or less type silently)

This case is incredible looking. People enter the room and think you purchased a uber workstation of awe inspiring power.
It makes all manner of person turn green with envy. Its so cool looking that it almost got me laid…and that is quite an accomplishment. If I only hadn’t started discussing the in’s and out’s (no pun intended) of current microprocessor trends….


This case is light. Even I can move this baby around without too much trouble. Want to play a good old fashioned game of
catch the case? You can with this baby.

The case is cool. Literally. The aluminum construction combined with the two intake and two exhaust fans allow for efficient airflow. This feature is vitally important when trying to construct a performance minded system that you also want to remain relatively quiet.

The case comes with four YS-TECH fans which are rated at 21 Cubic Feet of Air a minute at around 24 or 25 db. Fairly silent with good airflow that’s actually filtered by the charcoal, reducing the amount of dust in your case. Additionally the two intake fans have 3.5 drive bays behind them to mount your hard drives. This provides cool incoming air to flow over those hot 15k rpm SCSI drives you may have.





 
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