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Old 15th March 2005, 04:47   #1
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Default SkyHawk IceQ IMC6375 Mini BareBone Review Part 1

A dual Xeon system does me no good if it takes over half my living room to use it. Here we can see the side and back shots of the IMC6375. With its brushed aluminum outer casing and well vented sides you can already tell that if set up properly internally, you should have no problem with heat buildup. From the back view you can plainly see the 80mm PSU exhaust fan and the ovular (it’s a word, look it up) shaped exhaust port for the Spire cooler. This is where all of the hot air from the systems CPU is ducted directly out the back to avoid hot spots and dead zones.

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