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Review : Ahanix dboX Case

Posted on Saturday, November 09 2002 @ 05:47:55 CET by

The guys over at OverclockersClub have reviewed the Ahanix dboX Case :
This saying holds true for the dboX. Like the AudiaXP and the PlatinumXP, the Ahanix dboX is a nice case with many design flaws. First is the controler board blocking the intake fan. No removeable drive bays or slide out motherboard tray makes working inside the case a bit cramped, also there are a few sharp edges that'll catch you if you are not careful. Having the thumb screws for tool less entry is very nice, however the PCI slots and drive slots came with regular phillips screws meaning even though you dedn't need a screw drive to get in the case, to move anything you'll still have to have one. I loved the thermal display, and as far as looks it blew away the Digital Doc 5.

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