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Ahanix dboX Case Review

Former staff writer    -   November 8, 2002
Category: Cases
ExoticPC
Price: $98.95 USD


Introduction
My first attempt at a case mod case was a 120mm hole I cut for a front intake and a Digital Doc 5 to display my temps. It wasn’t much, and it wasn’t pretty, in fact it still isn’t. I wasn’t concerned really with the way the case looked, I just wanted more intake than the standard 80mm fan game me, and a way to get temperatures without running a program inside of the operating system. I achieved my goals, but later on I started to wish the case was a bit prettier.

Ok, so what does this have to do with the dboX? Absolutely everything, well, let’s take a look.

 


Specifications

  7.75 [w] x 17.25 [h] x 18 [d] in
4 x 5.25 External Drive Bays
1 x 3.5 External Drive Bays
7 x 3.5 Internal Drive Bays
7 x Rear Expansion Slots
1 x 120mm + 1 x 80mm Fan Included
1 x 120mm + 1 x 80mm Fan Capacity
1 x 120mm Front
1 x 80mm Rear

Features

  Supports Flex, Micro, Full ATX Motherboards
Intel P4 and AMD XP/MP Compatible
Tool-Less Side Panels with Thumb Screws
EMI Protective Shielding
Lighted Digital Thermometer on Front Panel
Three Temperature Sensors
Automatic System Shutdown by Thermal Sensor
High Intensity LED Lights
Integrated Ten Speed Cooling System
2 x USB Ports (Standard)
1 x IrDA Port (Optional)

Snap on faceplate
Stealth CD/DVD Drive Covers

All my hard work and extra money for a 120mm intake and thermal readout, and here we now have a case that accomplishes the exact same thing with stylish look that would make someone proud.




  1. Introduction & Specfications
  2. Product Overview
  3. Overview Part - 2 & Conclusion
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