|Sidney ||24th August 2005 07:38 |
Antec TX1050B SOHO File Server Case
Antec, a name that when thought of says ďQualityĒ. My first experience with Antec was when I built my first computer. I purchased the 1030B case, the beige one. Yeah thatís right beige, thatís all they had! The case was great and provided a great learning experience. The case made things so easy, especially for a first time build. I used that case for over 2 years and loved it. Itís still sitting in my basement; I refuse to throw it away! Today we will be looking at the revamped version of the 1030B, the TX1050B. Which is part of the Performance TX line of cases Antec has just put out. Are you excited? I am so letís get started!
Review URL: http://www.thinkcomputers.org/beta/h...reviews&id=231
|Sidney ||24th August 2005 07:39 |
should have finished the article on dust and dust filter materials.... all about holes ;)
Sorry for another award winning case without any temp measurements.:D
|jmke ||24th August 2005 09:06 |
should we start filtering these reviews from [M] news?
|DUR0N ||24th August 2005 11:11 |
soho fileserver case? When I hear a name like that I expected 9x5,25" bays with removable racks, or something like it. This is just a case for people with some extra harddisks. Real fileserver people can play mahjong with their disks, aight?
|Sidney ||24th August 2005 14:48 |
Lets play mahjong ..... case review without any measurement in temps will not be on the mahjong table; or listed as photo shows.
|jmke ||24th August 2005 14:54 |
good idea lazyman!
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