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Lancool Dragonlord PC-K58

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The Dragonlord PC-K58 may not have the same bite as the K62 when it comes to looks, but has the exact same amazing internal functionality and the same feature set. So the Dragon may not look as dangerous but still manages to scorch things up on our review - at a significant discount.

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The cables are nothing out of the ordinary at first sight, but Lancool has decided to supply a 3 pin wide power LED connector, while not using the center pin. This almost certainly means that you need to split this connector apart to use, unless you have installed a very old mainboard.

Maybe it is just me, but it seems like most of the motherboards have three pins, or 2 and 3, I've only run into a few that only have the two pin wide connector.

Either way, I'd rather them have the 3-pin wide connector instead of a 2. It is easier to split a 3-pin wide for use on a 2-pin wide motherboard then it is to split a 2-pin wide connector for use on a 3-pin motherboard.
 
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I like this case allot, been eyeing one up. Good value, similar minimal design to antec 300. No stupidly big fans or blingy lights.

Good review too.
 
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how long of a card can it hold?
 
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how long of a card can it hold?

it can an 11inch card a 5870 can fit in it

the case also has a side window variant, i cant seem to find it tho! so the k-62 looks like a better deal since it includes window and all fans otherwise id just get the window variant and add my own fans

btw you need to purchase the little rubber grommet things to add a fan, you can steal them from a hard drive rack tho but then it takes away a hard drive
 
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