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Date: February 18th, 2007
Article by: Karl Van der Walt (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Spire
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PRODUCT PICTORAL AND WALKTHROUGH




With the side panels removed you can see the interior of the case. You can see that the screw free drive mounts are found on both sides of the drive bays. This is a feature often lacking even in some higher priced cases on the market. The case has 4 5.25' drive bays and 6 3.5' bays meaning you'll have room for loads of devices.



The Swirl also sports a removable drive bay for your hard disks. This is a necessary feature considering the limited clearance between the drive bays and the motherboard.



The expansion card retention system is simple, effective and can easily be removed in favor of the more conventional screw mounting system should you prefer it.



This is another nice touch, a sticker with instructions on how to use the tooless drive and PCI mountings.

 

 


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