Is a see-through case vapourware? & more
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 3, 2004 - 11:47 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SystemCooling takes a look at an acrylic case from Logisys. While it may not be the kind of case to haul around to LAN parties, it is definately not a case to hide. Also featured are some Small Form Factor cases, compatible with EPIA, micro-ATX and other smaller motherboard designs.
"The Logisys CS888CL has changed my opinion of acrylic cases considerably. It's well designed and constructed, cools very well, and looks fantastic (given the proper attention to detail). Most of the downsides are typical of any acrylic case, such that it's not as durable as a comparable metal case, so lugging it around to LAN parties is ill-advised. It's also not forgiving of sloppy workmanship inside the case, so if your a lazy type who doesn't pay much attention to detail when it comes to wiring and such, give this case a pass."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Antec Aria MATX SFF Cube Case Review @ Bjorn3D
- Antec P160 Super Mid Tower Case @ overclockers.com.au/A>
- Lian Li V-1100 Aluminum Mid-Tower Review @ GruntvillE.com
- Coolermaster Centurion 5 Mid Tower Chassis @ ExtremeMHz
- SilverStone's Lascala SST-LC01 SFF enclosure @ techreport
- Skyhawkgroup SMC7261 / SMC7260 Review @ Epiacenter.com
- TTGI SuperFlower X-Mask Case Review @ Madshrimps