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    Ahanix dboX Computer Case Review
    Author: Alan Wong
    Date Posted: October 21st, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: The last few years have given rise to cases with modded windows a practice previously unheard of. Now its a growing a trend to have a modded PC case with a side panel window. With so many options available which should you choose? We reviewed the Ahanix dboX and liked it although there were a few minor issues. Read on to find out what we found in our official review.......

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    Specifications

    The features of the Ahanix dBox are quite promising. The case has a side panel window, can hold up to 4 5.25" drives, 1 external 3.5 floppy, and 5 internal 3.5 drives. It has a thermometer which monitors the case temperature (and even shuts the computer down when it reaches 70oC) and even lets you control the speed of your fans via front panel buttons. *Note: In our testing, we purchased separately an Allied 400W Power Supply. THE CASE DID NOT COME WITH A POWER SUPPLY UNIT, SO PLEASE BE AWARE OF THAT.

     

    Motherboard Support: Full ATX, Micro ATX, Flex ATX

    Dimensions: 8" x 14" x 18.75" (Width x Height x Depth)

    Weight: 17 lbs

    Power Supply: None Included

    Bays: 4 5.25" Bays

    1 Exposed 3.5" Bay

    6 Internal 3.5" Bays

    Cooling System: 80mm Fan (For Exhaust)

    120mm Fan (For Front Intake)

    Expansion Slots: 7 Expansion Slots with Removable Covers

    Case Material: Steel (Also comes in Aluminum)

    Colors Available: Silver & Black (Also comes in Sony Blue & Silver and Whole Black)

    Special Features: Thumbscrews

    Built-in Thermometer on Front Panel (a.k.a. ICB)

    Fan Speed Adjustment via Front Panel

    Alarm built into case to ensure no overheating

       

       



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    1. Introduction
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    3. Packaging
    4. External Features
    5. Internal Features
    6. System Installation
    7. Conclusions
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