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RaidMax Cobra Series Mid-Tower Gaming Case Review

Posted on Saturday, March 13 2004 @ 15:59:28 CET by LSDsmurf


The bottom portion of the case features three ventilation slots and a yellow coloured fan filter. The ventilation slots work in conjunction with the front intake fans to draw the appropriate amount of air into the case. The fan filter is decorative and matches the design perfectly while preventing dust from entering inside the case. Underneath the ventilation slots is a hidden quick release panel which is capable of holding front accessible ports (dual USB and Headphone and Microphone). The ports are connected to a series of extender cables which must be connected to the proper headers on a motherboard.



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