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      09-27-2005

You can't just pick a case based on looks anymore. With components getting hotter and hotter, you need a better cooling solution in your case. That also means more noise. Yet, that doesn't have to be the case (no pun intended). The Aerocool Spiral Galaxies will cool your system with a very interesting patented wind tunnel/cooling duct, while reducing noise with a very efficient EMI system.
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      09-28-2005
Hey silverstrand, will this work for both Intel and AMD systems? I didn't notice you mentioning that. I'm also wondering if the BTX form factor will catch on. Good review.
By the way, can I suggest you show the latest 5 reviews on the home page? If we keep doing reviews, they will disappear to quick for everyone to have a chance to see them.
 
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      09-28-2005
I assume it should considering BTX was designed by Intel.
Ya, that is why I didn't add it to the front page...
 
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      09-28-2005
yer because i have another review real soon, and not to far another one off that... 5 latest reviews sounds good. (ps Erik, i used your formatting for the front page )
Nice review, it looks real good compared to when i saw it before release , i did notice that the PSU is at the top when the Power Connectors are usally at the bottom ( cause of BTX ) that must be a bloody pain
 
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      09-28-2005
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(ps Erik, i used your formatting for the front page )
It's not quite my formatting anymore... more of a mix of the both of ours.
 
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      09-28-2005
hehe true
 
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      09-30-2005
it's a really cool looking case. I like it. I also like the ample space that you can work with.
 
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