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MGE XG Dragon Case Review
By: Rich Smith
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    2006-02-01

    Table of Contents:
  • MGE XG Dragon Case Review
  • Specs
  • Inside the box
  • Inside the case
  • Installing the motherboard
  • In go the components and the video card
  • The power supply
  • Closing it up
  • Bonus! A Mod Kit!
  • Wrapping it up

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    Everyone has seen them. You see them all over the internet, in magazines, and on TV. There are all over the place. Fancy computers with glowing lights, fancy paintjobs, and even windows so you can see inside. Computer enthusiasts have been “modding” their own cases for several years now, but only recently have companies begun to offer “pre-modded” cases to the general public. Today we are going to look at one of these cases, the “Dragon” case by MGE.

    I’ve always been a fan of modded cases.  No, they don’t serve much of a practical purpose, but that doesn’t matter.  The satisfaction of your computer just being “cool” is enough for most people.  People are flocking in droves to make their PC unique in their own way, for no other reason than it makes them happy.

    This is a concept that MGE is apparently very aware of.  A quick trip to their website shows you a variety of different designs to choose from.  Among them all, I personally find the Dragon case the most attractive, which worked out quite well for this review.

    Lets take a look at the specifications next.

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