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After removing the side panel, the internal layout is revealed. The first thing that draws your attention is the VGA Turbo Cooling System. This consists of two 80mm fans which flow in unison and are fluorescent yellow in colour. These fans can simply be clicked out to clean them.


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To fold down the VGA cooling system, there is small clip just above the HDD cage which when pushed to the right allows it to fold down revealing the whole main chamber.

The internal layout comprises of a large main chamber with the right hand side dedicated to the drives. The cables are fed through the top of the case and seem to be a little too long to be honest as they bend around and almost reach the top again! This may prove a little bit of an issue in cable management terms.


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The hard drive cage can hold up to four disks with a front mounted 120mm fan to cool them. In order to remove this fan, the cage turns and the fan can be pulled out using the handle. A dust filter covers the front to stop dust and debris from getting into the case and the fact that this fan can be so easily removed is brilliant for cleaning.


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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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