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Old 10-16-2007, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was poking around the web today an saw this, Has any one got one or seen one? I am looking for a new case ATM for a server i am intending to set up soon do you think that this would be a good choice of case for it? I am not interested in the 7in bay for a screen though I am just going to wall mount one.

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Old 10-16-2007, 02:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i love that case....i ahve always wanted it but never felt the need to spend that much money on a case. If i did ever get that case, i would definately put a 7 inch flip up monitor in it so i could take my computer with me anywhere and i would have a monitor. I think thats a great idea for overclocking, since the screen is right there on your case.
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Thanks for that, but has any one got one I would like to read a review buy a owner rather than just what the reseller has copied from the manufacturer.
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Default Re: Thermaltake Mozart TX Silver Case VE1000SWA

That case just looks really ugly to me.
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It's for a server thats going to be relitivly hidden, so looks are not a issue.
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Default Re: Thermaltake Mozart TX Silver Case VE1000SWA

never owned one but its a media centre case not a server.................... This is the ultimate home server case:
Kustom PCs Lian Li PC343B Server Cube Case
Thats what I housed my server in and its inconspicuous as stock and with enough hdd bays and tons of possible mod routes its unbelievably good of course I am biased as I have had one
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nice case....

but super pricey... but there are a nice Coolermaster Stacker Server cases...
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saltynay, I was looking at that one an saw the one this thread is about. I like your one (an i found that sight via a post you made in a thread about a case mgcook is building) can you let me know a little more on it?
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what do you wanna know??? Its basically an aluminium box giving it a nice finish, good heat transfer and easy to mod. Superb construction as you would expect from lian-li although I did replace the wheels for some rubber stumps just for noise cancellation an make it a bit more sturdy. erm It really does come with no 3.5" bays but it has enough 5.1/4 to fulfill all your needs and I believe you can even mount a watercooling 3x120mm rad on one column so silence is possible with it
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What are the noise levels like?
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