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Chieftec AEGIS Full Tower - Chieftec AEGIS Full Tower
Sun, February 22 2009 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Pretty much all cases out there have at least one up side to them; they hold all your components. Luckily, the Chieftec AEGIS does that well. While it does add several additional perks, like the ability to easily swap hard drives and expansion cards with the screwless design, or the ability to hold CDs or DVDs on the front of the chassis behind one of the swing-open doors, it is definitely not a case I would mark as an enthusiast case, at least not as delivered. The lack of pre-installed fans and the lack of several features seen on other cases, such as bottom-mounted PSU slots or removable motherboard trays, really leaves this case in the workstation or entry-level market. Another market this case might fit into, however, is the extreme modding market."
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