The case ships with a 330W Enermax power supply, making the
$99 (and $120 for 430W) for this case very affordable. As if
the two 120mm case fans are not enough this power supply has
two of its own 80mm fans, one which sucks air off of the processor
(and into the unit), and the other to blow air out from the
This case's main driving point are the two huge 120mm fans,
one is the front, and the other in the rear of the case. The
only drawback with having fans this large is that they are louder
than a 747 taking off. If noise level matters to you I would
not recommend getting this case for that reason alone, but on
the other hand you like to overclock you CPU to the max, this
is what you've been waiting for.
For $99 (only until Christmas 2000) this is one heck of a case.
Not only do you get the chassis with two 120mm fans, but you
also get the name brand Enermax 330W power supply! Overall this
is a very high quality case, which only suffers from a couple
of crippling problems, namely the lack of a removable Mainboard
tray, and cheap floppy & zip drive buttons. Check out Overclock
Warehouse for more info on this sweet case.
- 9.0 Performance - 7.5
Overall - 8.5/10