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Cooler Master ITower930 Review
By: Mike Mackenzie
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    Table of Contents:
  • Cooler Master ITower930 Review
  • Features
  • Details of the iTower930
  • Installation
  • Using the iTower930

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    Cooler Master ITower930 Review - Details of the iTower930

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    Taking a closer look at the chassis you can see Cooler Master's attention to details. One of the main selling points of the chassis is its hot swappable drives. If you examine the sliders you can see clear plastic which actually acts like a fiber optic pipe and transmits individual hard drive power, status and failure lights to the front of the chassis. The hot swap drives are also spaced apart well enough, and have slotted vents which allow air to be pulled into the chassis to cool the drives with the quiet 90mm fan.

    The front door of the iTower930 is an all aluminum panel with a strongly concave shape. In the middle of the panel is an access door to the hot swappable SATA drives, for quick and easy access to your drives.

    The side air duct is great for users intending to run their system constantly; this will provide fresh airflow into their chassis. The duct fits almost perfectly to Intel's LGA775 heatsink; it allows the fan to access fresh air, and to blow exhausted air into the chassis. With the aid of the additional 90mm and 120mm fans the air is effortlessly blown around the CPU and out the rear of the chassis.

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