Cooler Master has long been a favorite company among computer enthusiasts looking for a case that can hold everything. One recent addition to the line, the ITower 930, even features a system for external hard drives. Today we'll be taking a look at the case and the system and see how they measure up.
Users today are demanding much more out of their computer systems. Home users are investing a lot of money in cases to get additional features that they will use. Serial and USB ports were the beginning. Then users wanted audio outputs to connect headphones, followed by Firewire ports to transfer video from DV cameras to the PC. Now with the diving prices in personal storage, and the need for more and more storage space for collections of data, some users have looked into removable hard drives.
Cooler Master has been building computer chassis for a few years now and have quickly become a favorite of enthusiasts looking for the most features packed into their chassis. Always forward-looking, Cooler Master had realized the need for a removable hard drive system for their chassis, allowing users to switch between hard drives on the fly to access data that may be stored outside the system for archival purposes. This system has been implemented in the chassis we're taking a look at today, the iTower 930.
Cooler Masters iTower930 is packed with a ton of features which appear to make it an amazing solution for users planning to set up a home server, or anyone who stores a ton of information. It allows users to access data like they never could have before. Without any further delay, let's take a look.
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