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Funny budget case box

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by MadCow, Mar 7, 2008.

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    Not only do x86 quad cores not exist, I'm pretty sure this case was made before Phenom came out anyway. It doesn't have an air duct, contrary to what it says on the box. It comes with a PSU with a total of 31A on the 12v, that sure is enough for quad SLI.:laugh: I don't even know what the <39c thermal standard means. And yes, this case is SLI ready, I don't know a single case that isn't, but this one is, and that's all that matters. :p And yes, you did read that right, this case also supports SATA, that's right SATA! Because there's a physical difference between the case of a SATA and IDE drive of course.:laugh:

    What these people will put on the box to lure in newbies is amazing.
     
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    heh...It looks like a joke!
     
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    Funny thing is, it's not a bad case. For $32 I got that PSU, not a bad looking case and a removable mobo tray. :p
     
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    they probably mean external SATA port on the front of the case
    and why is only <39 "marked" with a point inside the circle?
     
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    No eSATA, and I have no idea. Looks like an option sheet to me, but then again half of those things aren't even options.
     

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