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Review : Aspire Turbo Gamer ATXA2ESW Aluminum Case

Posted on Tuesday, November 05 2002 @ 14:09:42 CET by

OverclockersClubCanada reviewaged the Aspire Turbo Gamer ATXA2ESW Aluminum Case :
A light case isn't just all that. It also needs to have enough room for all of the components that the user will install. Installation must be simple, and after installation, maintenance has to be a simple job, not having to remove both side panels and then going at it with a screwdriver. For the gamer, it's gotta be less time trying to fix something, and more time to have fun. Today I'm going to see how well the Aspire Turbo Gamer ATXA2ESW Aluminum Case stands up to these requirements.

Many of you have heard of this case before, and in fact, Dave reviewed one of these cases a while back. I won't be reinventing the wheel, but I'll provide another viewpoint as to why this product is an excellent candidate next time you are on the lookout for a new case.
mm I don't really like the look of this case <img src='https://www.dvhardware.net/images/smilies/icon_razz.gif' alt='' align='absmiddle' BORDER=0>

Review Link : OverclockersClubCanada



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