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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
A+ Cert Review #2 - A+ Cert Review #2
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Although it is relatively unimportant, there lie a few distinctions in classifications of PC cases. The case of the PC is the exterior body, or the enclosure, of the motherboard and all connected components. This includes the power supply, cooling equipment, hard drives, optical drives, and any expansion cards. The vast majority of cases today are beige, mid-tower ATX enclosures known as a "beige box" to describe the generic qualities of this case (this is not to be confused with the phone-hacking term "beige box" as I am sure there is an enlightened person reading this with some other connotations in mind concerning the term).
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