Cooler Master iTower 930 reviewed at bit-tech.net

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  1. Silverstrand

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    The kings of cases are back again with a mid-priced steel system. This features some innovative features like swappable, quick-fit hard drives and a multi-use button on the back panel. Can it step up above the legion of other steel mid-towers? We find out.

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    Quote: "The iTower is clearly trying to do something a bit different. It has started life as a fairly standard steel case, but been souped up with quick-fit hard drives, the little reset button on the back and a big strut across the middle for fan ducting and graphics retention. These are all good features, but don't really work with enthusiast components which tend to be bigger and heftier than your average bits of kit."

    Link: http://www.bit-tech.net/modding/2006/10/10/Cooler_Master_iTower_930/1.html
    Silverstrand, Oct 11, 2006
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