good case is the lifeblood of any hardcore overclocker's
computer. What's the point of having awesome parts if
your case looks like you've picked it out of a dumpster?
Beauty isn't everything, a spacious interior coupled with
easy to access drive bays, nice power supply, among other
things are what make up a great case.
has sent us their 200 Series ATX case for review. This case
is very competitively priced at a mere $99, including a matching
keyboard, and 300W Deer power supply. As far as air circulation
goes the case came with two mounted 80mm case fans, one in the
front, and one in the rear of the case.
ATX/ Micro ATX mainboards
No dangerous sharp edges
to install, Slide of chassis
9002 Approved Chassis Material and Quality
expandability: 7 slots
class B/CE certified
Great Cooling Ventilation
Bays Available: 3 x 5.25"; 2 x 3.5"
Bays Available: 2 x 3.5"
ports in front, Sound input \ output jacks
(WxDxH): 200 X 425 x 430 mm
Weight (w/o power supply): Gross weight- 19 LBS
(with power supply): Gross weight- 22 LBS