Kingwin SK-523 Case Review

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    The Overclocker Cafe' has posted a review of the Kingwin SK-523 Case. The SK-523 is a lightweight steel case which sports an aluminum bezel and a couple of novel features. Coming in at the sub $70 price level, this case looks to catch the eye of a good number of folks looking for features without a high price tag. Here's a snip of the review.

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    Kingwin's mounting of the case's lighting in such a way with a standard CCFL allows the end user to customize their case's lighting color with ease. All they need is another color light and 60 seconds in which to do the swap. The other thing that comes to mind is the external rheostat. That it is specifically designed to control a secondary three pin fan shows me that the Kingwin people aren't simply stamping out cases to bring to market, they are truly putting a good amount of practical thought into their design and production.

    Review link: http://www.overclockercafe.com/Reviews/cases/Kingwin_SK-523/index.htm
     
    Silverstrand, Jan 3, 2006
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