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iCue CS-6058ROGX Case Bundle Review
By: Cyd
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    2003-11-13

    Table of Contents:
  • iCue CS-6058ROGX Case Bundle Review
  • Specifications
  • What's in the Box?
  • An Aerial Tour of this Bad Boy
  • Time to Open the Case
  • Time to Start Installing Stuff
  • Conclusion

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    Today, I'm checking out another budget case. Now, I know at least some of you folks are the person in your family or circle of friends dubbed "Computer Guru," so I'm sure you've run into the situation where you've needed to build someone a budget system that's decently fast, but cost efficient. That's why when you find a deal like this you don't pass it up: case, PSU, keyboard, mouse, and speakers - all for under $60 (USD)! That's what you'll get with the iCue CS-6058ROGX Mid Tower ATX Case Bundle. But is this one of those deals where the case looks like you should keep dogs in it, the mouse needs to be fed, and the speakers are cups attached to strings?  

    This time around, I was commissioned by my sister to build a computer, the main criteria being the following:

    1. I couldn't go over $700, and
    2. The computer should last a long time (five years or so). 

    I don't like using cheap components inside the case, so that tells me to shave as much off the case and peripheral prices as possible.

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