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Old 23rd February 2004, 22:38   #1
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Duron has the honour of testing the newest In-Win enthousiast case! How does he like it? Find out in this review:

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In Win claims they have THE new gamers/modder/HW-enthousiast case, and weŽre the first in the Benelux to take a good look at it. YouŽll find out soon enough what exactly this case has to offer and how hard the mediocre gamer might like it.
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Old 23rd February 2004, 23:18   #2
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to reduce the beeping, you can do the following:

* find the buzzer on the pcb (normally a round, black thingy with a small hole in it)
* put some tape on the hole ( a couple of layers if it's thin tape)
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Damn, and i was warming up the soldering bolt already.
ahh, no fun today
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Old 24th February 2004, 06:46   #4
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In the review you say that the harddisks facing the other way is a disadvantage because the cables are visible that way. My Sonata has a hd-cage that's placed the same, but if you turn the hd's around so that the back with the connectors is facing the other side of the case, it's very easy to put the cables out of sight. Isn't that possible with this case too?
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with SATA HD's yes, but with IDE , even with rounded cables, it will be very difficult.
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have you tried it? because in the sonata it's possible with pata, rounded and the normal ones
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indeed i tried, but the back of the cage is closed. If you cut a piece out, it will work eventually.
but then it will be a ***** to dismount the HD's
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also note that the hd's can be turned around in the carrier the other way, so cables are hidden

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also note that the hd's can be turned around in the carrier the other way, so cables are hidden

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indeed i tried, but the back of the cage is closed. If you cut a piece out, it will work eventually.
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