Fancy a silent PC case with no work involved? The HDPLEX H3.SODD is for you

Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 24, 2011 - 04:17 PM |
Tagged: HDPLEX, silent, mITX

 Silent PC Review just met it's first so called 'silent' case that actually lives up to the name without needing user modification.  The HDPLEX H3.SODD is an mITX case which looks like a home theatre component or a fancy rack-mount case.  The inputs and outputs are hidden nicely as are the power button and slim DVD eject port.  The design should be cool enough to handle a CPU of about 85W TDP, the i3-2120 SPCR used had no problems which lead them to make that estimate on the cooling power. It is a little more expensive than some cases, coming in over $200, in this case it does seem you get what you pay for.

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"The new H3.SODD media case for mini-ITX from HDPLEX is a more compact version of the H10 we examined a couple of months ago. This slim-line case performances and exudes high end chic despite its modest price tag. Our sample also manages to be the very first completely silent commercial computer SPCR has encountered after nine years of continuous operation."

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