Review : Cooler Master ATC-210B AX1 Aluminum Case

Posted on Sunday, Nov 10 2002 @ 09:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
MODTHEBOX has reviewed the ATC-210B AX1 Aluminum Case from Cooler Master :
The Cooler Master ATC (Active Thermal Convection System) product line has garnered a strong reputation for some of the best consumer cases on the market. The cases range from desktop, mid-tower, server tower and 4U cases constructed of high quality aluminum with excellent craftsmanship and aesthetically pleasing design. It is not surprising with great success that Cooler Master would release newer revisions of its popular product line to meet the demands of the consumer market. Recently, Cooler Master has released version B models for most of its mid-tower cases, which incorporate pre-modified options for those individuals that lack the skill or tools to modify their own cases. Today in the MTB Labs, we will be evaluating the Cooler Master ATC-210B AX1, a mid-tower case that combines the properties of aluminum and Perspex acrylic panels for an all in one pre-modified solution.
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