The Stacker offers an unusually large collection of front panel ports.
The Stacker offers a large number of USB ports on the front panel. You'll find six of them here, which are more than enough. You'll also find a Firewire (IEEE1394) port and two audio jacks (one for speakers, the other for a microphone) as well.
Pros And Cons
- Excellent use of space
- Lots of room for drives
- ATX or BTX may be individually installed
- Good expandability
- Simple computer hardware installation
- Pre-installed system fan (1)
- Lots of accessories included
- Heavy (37.4 lb/17 kg)
- Large dimensions (23 x 9 x 21.1 in/584 x 227 x 536 mm)
Retail Packaging Contents
Installation brackets for 5.25" drives
For "mobile" installation
Many screws and fasteners are provided.
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what i would like to know is if this case – Armor VA8000BWS , INCLUDING the BTX Upgrade Kit ,
if i can use the upgrade btx kit and use a nvidia nForce 790i SLI mainboard in this case ... or do i have to buy a btx mainboard?
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