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Old 08-03-2007, 09:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whats a good case with a removable tray? my friend is building the system i talked about b4, i told him to use the coolermaster elite 330, but he says, he wants a removable tray, because he thinks he can't do crap, but anyways, i don't know of any, so i'll just ask...
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I usually see the more pricier cases with the removable motherboard trays. Like the Lian-Lis and Silverstones.
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I usually see the more pricier cases with the removable motherboard trays. Like the Lian-Lis and Silverstones.
oh well... i'll have to teach him how to, but i really don't know how to either, i'll wing it
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ok i'm at the guys now, but i got it in, i hope... lol, good thing he has a thermaltake mozart case, cuz its labeled where to put the standoff's
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my x-cruiser has a removable motherboard tray
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my x-cruiser has a removable motherboard tray
seriously? but its an apevia, i hear those cases have crappy airflow
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it's the only case i've ever owned, theres spots for like 4 extra fans and it has a side vent where i put a fan and it blows directly on my CPU, i'm not sure how it compares to the antec 900
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My CoolerMaster has a removable tray, as do many of their other cases.
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The Apevia's fans are small. I'm sure it doesn't really compare to the Antec's 3 x 120mm, plus 200mm.
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The Apevia's fans are small. I'm sure it doesn't really compare to the Antec's 3 x 120mm, plus 200mm.
i have 1 x 120mm, and 4 x 80mm, all below 30decibals, and over 50 CFM
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