What Case To Buy

  Eveready Bunny 16:18 27 May 2003
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I currently have a case with little space, and one tha tis currently overheating. I have just invested in a new cpu and gpu coolers, but I don't think that the problem of overheating will be solved so I want to buy a new case. I have looked aroung at the specialist cases, but they all seem to be more fancy rather than practical. I need at least 4 5.25 inch bays, and 2 of the smaller ones. The case also needs to be easily cooled, using fans or whatever, as I don't want similar problems in the future. Any advice would be helpful.

  Eveready Bunny 16:19 27 May 2003

oops! forgot to check the spelling, sorry!

  judd 01:49 28 May 2003

Have a look at Chieftec cases on Overclockers site.
click here

I bought 1 last year and am well chuffed. They are well made and look better than the normal beige box. There are 4 x 5.25 and 2 x 3.5 drive bays and 4 fan holes, which should be cool enough for you. There is a 340W PSU and lockable front and side doors.

  -pops- 06:18 28 May 2003

According to your post in Helproom, this has been resolved click here

  soy 07:05 28 May 2003

What sort of budget do you have?

Xcase do a wide range at good prices click here

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