|Sidney ||18th September 2005 20:50 |
Atrix Lexicon Series Case
Not long ago I reviewed a case that I modded, un-modded review of course. The case was made by a company called Atrix, the quality and price was exceptional. The case was well built, sturdy and functional. Today I have another case from Atrix, the Lexicon, it is a pre-mod case of course. The internal chassis is essentially the same as my last Atrix review, but the outside has got a complete overhaul, with an etched plexi window and EL front panel. It even includes a 480Watt power supply.
Review URL: http://www.thinkcomputers.org/beta/h...reviews&id=241
|Sidney ||18th September 2005 21:26 |
An identical setup with my 4 years ago Codegen case except adding another 80mm on the back and front intake. You never know what and how they switch stamping dies and tooling around ;)
|Rutar ||18th September 2005 21:29 |
no person with intact hearing should buy a case with 80mm fans
also the fan holes are piss poor, extremly restrictive
|Sidney ||18th September 2005 22:01 |
I did not know you are an audiologist. May be you could teach us more; I have spent years working with audiologists.
|Sidney ||18th September 2005 22:06 |
120mm fan at 63 dBA.
|Rutar ||18th September 2005 22:06 |
constant noise on a low level is bad for the health too
|Sidney ||18th September 2005 22:09 |
Define "low level". If anything "low level", it is you, making me sick.
80mm fan @42 dBA
|jort ||18th September 2005 23:05 |
its nice to have a person that critics everything, not!
please rutar if you don't have anything elseto do, play some games instead
|jmke ||19th September 2005 08:57 |
I have a case with 2x80mm fans; dead silent, passive CPU cooling, passive cooled PSU
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