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Evilsizer

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Jun 6, 2002
A rather nice smaller case IMO, with room for improvement. How my mobo is setup the cpu socket is hear the top so tall cpu air coolers dont work for me, i had to move to a AIO system. For the AIO system to fit i had to remove the lower 3.5in drive cage as well as the upper single 3.5in cage. this just to fit a slim 2x120 rad, now maybe i didnt read close enough but it didnt mention having to remove the lower drive cage in the case. with that lower cage removed thicker setups could be used be push-pull on 30-38mm rads and thicker rads with 38mm push fans. the saving grace for this case was that it had 2 2.5in sections on the motherboard tray to mount drives, that is where the ssd landed. i had not planned on using that, i was aiming for the lower drive cage but after seeing how little room there was, i knew there was no way my slim aio setup would fit.

If i could can a few things this would be them, move the ssd mounts to the backside of the tray. make the tower another 2-4in taller allow the use of the external 3.5in bay and still have the 2x120 rads fit. make the case a bit longer so you could add 2 120 fan mounts to allow another rad there or move the fans closer to the back side of the case, motherboard side. that way when a fan is mounted the pwm section gets some cooling from there. Other wise, like i am looking into, i need some way to have a fan pointed over the pwm as well the NB hs.

I dont have any pics for this but you can find some reviews and lots of pics online. its not a bad case for the price, if they added those few things to it, i would be willing to a pay a little more for it.