SuperFlower SF-561T2 Review

Cases & PSU/Cases by piotke @ 2003-11-30

SuperFlower is becoming more and more popular nowadays. The reason is simple. They make decent, good looking and competitively priced cases. We take a look at one of their latest offerings, the SF-561T2, a pre-modded case with some great features?

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The following systems will be built into the case, and used later on in this review for testing the PSU.

Piotkes rig !
CPU Intel Pentium 4 2.6 GHz 800 fsb
Mainboard Asus p4p800 deluxe
Cooling Thermalright SLK947 + 80 mm enermax fan
Memory 2*256 Mb pc3200 OCZ rev. 2
VideoAlbatron Geforce 4 MX480 64 DDR
Hard DiskSeagate Barracuda 5 80 Gb

Removing the side panels is easy. No screw driver or any other tool needed, just remove the thumbnails, and hop, there go the panels.
It’s the same for the hard disk rack, so if you would like to install some fans, you can quickly remove the rack, to have more working space.

For the rest everything is about the same as in other cases…

The side-panel-thumbscrews:

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Removing the hard disk rack:

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I told you already that there's a "special" bracket included. Well, to connect the front I/O panel, most cases have a bunch of cables. Here it's the same, except for the firewire port. It has a normal external connector. Take a look on how we route the cables:

Does his clear things up ?

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Well, the installation went smooth. Up to date systems can generate a lot of heat... how does the SuperFlower get rid of this heat? On to the next page...
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