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Old 7th August 2002, 21:45   #11
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where??? i'm not good at searching...
first page: "thanks to comtechnology..." <- clickable
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Old 8th August 2002, 10:01   #12
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good review, but some remarks
-there are no prices of all cases
-he compares cpu and casetemps... that's all right, but don't compare apples with pears: different brand of fans, different amounts of fans, different places of fans.... and as he considers ppl most often change those fans: a reason more to test the cases with the same fans and if possible with the same amount. and how about the sound level/airflow of _all_ fans (?
-mod-abilities?
-ratings of a) look b)price/quality c) temps (apples and pears...) d) all around
- There ARE prices (but maybe not of every case)
anyway, prices always get lower and I don't want to see the review age too soon..
- CPUfan was always the same. About them casefans: I thought I mentioned my thoughts about them..
- why use the same amount? If I had included the fifth case, a low budget case, it would mean I could only use 1 fan in the chieftec case?
I always filled "all holes". And if Coolermaster desides to include casefans, then why would I change them?
- soundlevel: forgot
but then again: I have no professional equipement and if I had tested it with my ears ( :-) ) the test would have been too subjective.
- mod-abilities: I don't care :^)
I mean... a good modder can mod any case, and a good modder can do everything and anything he wants with his case so...
Anyway, a good modder makes his own case
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a) Subjective => pics included, says enough..
Not enough? go to the shop and take a look yourself
b) That's really included in the text... Maybe you should read it..
c) see above

Anyway, thanks @everybody else for the nice comments
When I have more time, more articles will follow...
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Old 8th August 2002, 10:57   #13
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wow ease down Bunny! Teus is only helping here, I hope he still has his nose...
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Old 8th August 2002, 16:01   #14
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wow ease down Bunny!
sure do:grum:
blackrabbit and me have never been best mates, so I'll keep calm

I just tried to be critical, and admit I was... there is a lot of crap in your reply but I won't push it too far

if I can borrow zinzin's brand new lian-li, i'll show you how you can improve your case reviews
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Old 8th August 2002, 17:21   #15
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A challenge for the good!
Teus makes a case review and then we put up a vote

Madshrimps visitors will only have more stuff to read, so nothing bad can come from it!

go for it Teus
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Old 8th August 2002, 17:23   #16
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A challenge for the good!
Teus makes a case review and then we put up a vote

Madshrimps visitors will only have more stuff to read, so nothing bad can come from it!

go for it Teus
thx dude

now waiting for zinzin!
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Old 8th August 2002, 17:28   #17
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It won't be with my case...

@jmke: good cleaning on the thread, however I still think the motherboard trays remark was very on-topic
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Old 8th August 2002, 17:29   #18
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It won't be with my case...

@jmke: good cleaning on the thread, however I still think the motherboard trays remark was very on-topic
damn

anybody else who can let me review a case?
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I still think the motherboard trays remark was very on-topic
What remark? Who's remark?
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Back on-topic: very good review, but one omission: the chieftec's (and the Imperial neither I guess) don't have a motherboard tray, which can be a playing factor when deciding which one to buy...

quote review:
"Something that I missed in the Chieftec cases is the possibility to remove the motherboard tray from the case. With the Coolermaster case, it is possible to do that."

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