Tuniq Symmetry ATX Case

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  1. Silverstrand

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    Quote: The software to control the display is not included with the case and needs to be downloaded from their website... Once the software is installed it is simple to control the bright blue display which doubles as a high temperature alarm. The only problem with this is if you like to set your motherboard up to power the USB connections when the computer is off, the bright blue light will remain on.

    URL: http://www.bigbruin.com/reviews05/review.php?item=tuniqsymmetry&file=1
    Silverstrand, Mar 24, 2006
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    Looks pretty nice.
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    read the problems they had though :|. Maybe its was just Packaging errors and bad postage :|
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