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Review : Cooler Master ATC-410 Aluminum Case

Posted on Saturday, September 28 2002 @ 08:36:57 CEST by


Yeah another case review
This time by Icrontic of the Cooler Master ATC-410 Aluminum Case :
I've never had the pleasure of using an aluminum case before. They've always seemed like a high-end novelty item that only the wealthy could afford and only the most serious of overclockers could make use of. So up until now I've just been content using heavy and bulky steel cases, not really knowing what I might be missing out on. A little while back when the ATC-410 first debuted it caught my eye for two main reasons: first, it had a unique style and look to it that was different from every other aluminum case I'd seen before, and second, I could see it being used by many different types of users since it had the flexibility to be set up in a server-style environment. With that said, let's take a closer look at the ATC-410.


Review Link : Icrontic


 



 

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