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Date: July 27th, 2002
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Kingwin Inc.
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All screws holding the removable components together are large, knurled thumbscrews and are easy to install and reinstall and reinstall......



In one installation situation, you will be installing your power supply, and using 4 of those screws to secure it into place.






Remove 4 more screws and you have a removable motherboard that you can install your favorite motherboard with painless ease.



And speaking of painless, any edge that is even close to being sharp is covered by plastic covers. A definite plus to installing a computer without slicing a digit.



When I say this case is black, it is ALL black. Every inch is painted professionally with no runs whatsoever.



With the front multimedia panel you will have to connect some USB, microphone, Line-in, and the usual motherboard connectors to get you up and running.




Unscrewing three thumbscrews near the front bottom of the case will remove a rack which can hold five, yes five, harddrives. This will be perfect for those nice rigs out there with raid arrays or a SCSI setup.

 

 


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