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COMPUTER CASES

Xpider Black Aluminum Case
By: Cygnus_X_1
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    2003-10-03

    Table of Contents:
  • Xpider Black Aluminum Case
  • Overview
  • Installation

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    Xpider Black Aluminum Case - Overview


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    Manufacturer:

    Aspire USA
    Product: XP Cases.comís X-Pider Aluminum Case W/PSU

    Price:

    USD$ 108.00

    Availability:

    NOW

    Reviewed By:

    Cygnus_X_1

    Edited By:

    Mack "SPeeD"

     

     

     

    Overview

    Not a bad feature list. The 420W power supply looks like a Channel Well Technologies rebadge due to the model # (CWT-420ATX) on the unit itself, and at 420 Watts, should work well in most systems. The window brings both a smile to my face and a look of utter confusion. The smile is due to the fact that the plexi is routered out to get a flush mount on the face of the panel. But the use of the plastic push-pin mounting hardware doesn't do it for me. The look is definitely clean, but I would have like to see maybe some nice pop rivets or actual mounting screws for nice professional look.

     

     

     

    Moving around to the front of the case, we see the familiar front bezel, with a redesigned door, and the addition of the front USB and sound/mic ports.

     

       

     

       

     


    Taking a look at the inside, we see the spacious interior, with the removable 3Ĺ" drive racks. Also you can see the cabling for the USB and sound/mic ports (white cables). And the rear of the case is pretty much standard fare.

     

     

       

     

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