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Old 22nd March 2003, 01:22   #1
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Default AMS gMONO CF-2029 vs CoolerMaster ATC-201C-SX2



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The high quality CoolerMaster compared to a "budget" metal case. Equally good or difference like day & night? We compare their features and install 2 test systems to check for performance, which one comes out on top? Read on to find out...
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Old 22nd March 2003, 02:21   #2
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great article!
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Old 22nd March 2003, 09:01   #3
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nice stuff

you've already had a superflower case in your hands?
they're about the same price as the G, but with a 350W PSU and 2fans in the front

btw: how sturdy are the sidepanels? the sidepanels of that SF appear to bend real quickly
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you use it as a shield
it weighs a ton
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Old 22nd March 2003, 17:51   #5
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12.5 kg without the side panels and everything installed (mobo, cpu, 1 HD, writer, DVD, audigydrive)

My mod is "af" very colorful

Still looking for premade sidepanels and a scratchremover for plexi and shiny (black) paint
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Is the AMS case compatible with micro-ATX mobos ?

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i'm using a completely stripped CF-2029 as housing for my rig at the moment (very useful when changing lots of components etc), and i'm quite sure it does support µATX mainboards ...
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all ATX cases should accept micro ATX boards, don't they?
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they have the mounting holes for it yes.
why do you want to install a small mobo in a big case is question?
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