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Old 11th April 2010, 11:31   #1
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When building a new computer many people overlook cases. A great case design can not only help in the building of the computer, but it can also help with the cooling. Airflow is very important in a case since it can lower the temperatures of the case, and thus allow your components to run cooler. It is a proven fact that when you lower your component temperatures the lifespan of the parts go up. This will allow your computer to have a much longer life.

The Hades aims to provide optimal cooling to keep your components safe from high temperatures. The case hopes to accomplish this with a large amount of fans blowing air through the case. This is similar to the HAF922 from Cooler Master. Lets take a look see at how it plans to keep your components cool.
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