I know it is a little late. But I had alternative - my friend wants to build dual CPU computer in a month or two, so I can resell it to him (I talked to him already), but I liked this case myself and wanted to clarify it with you guys. I read that review on 2cpu (through speed3d), but I didn't see that they mentioned it is only for dual cpu or it can support single cpu systems.
So just wanted to know from you professionals if you know more or exact info for my question.
but I didn't see that they mentioned it is only for dual cpu or it can support single cpu systems
Any case which can support a dual CPU is great for a single CPU. The only thing which makes a case not good for a dual is space and heat. You can't really have a case which is "too cool" or "too roomy"...
January 10, 2001 12:59:25 AM
Heh. I didn't have a chance to look this morning, but I just glanced at a couple of reviews on the link I put in.
Brief critique: It looks like a pretty nice case. Lots of room and space for 2 fans in the back. The things that turned me off, the first two of which were mentioned in the reviews:
1. The "cable hole" between the top half and the bottom half is small.
2. Apparently you need to take the top off the case before you can take off the sides.
3. The two rear exhaust fans and the power supply fan are all in the top rear of the case. Unfortunately, they're separated from the motherboard compartment by a sheet of steel, except for the hole that's going to be partially stuffed with cables. Therefore, you're not going to get much air flow over a good part of your motherboard and especially the cpu.