Excerpt: Over the years we have seen the computer change not only in its size, use and placement We have learned that the computer started out as a hobby for a pair of guys in California who would write snippets of code for it to achieve such noteworthy things as printing "hello" to you on the screen. Then came the evolution of the first word processor and spread sheet programs for the personal computer.
Excerpt: Not too long ago we tested the third version of the Antec's Sonata case. This time we have another updated case from Antec in our hands. The Fusion cases are part of Antec's Veris family and they are designed for HTPC use. They have the looks but are they up to the task?
Conclusion: Conclusion The Antec Fusion is definitely a case I’d recommend. The Fusion’s sleek black aluminium front with blue lighting really looks the part. I can tell Antec have really tried to make a nice looking HTPC whilst taking all the factors such as noise, size and style into account. After all, this is probably one of the quietest cases I’ve ever used and that was with using a stock Intel CPU heatsink!I honestly could hardly find any faults with the Fusion.
Conclusion: Das Kühlsystem besteht aus zwei seitlich angebrachten 120 mm TriCool Lüftern die für eine wirksame Kühlung der Motherboard-Kammer sorgen. Die Lüfter sind in drei Stufen einstellbar. Auf der kleinsten Stufe eingestellt, sind Geräusche kaum wahrnehmbar bzw. man kann hier schon nicht mehr von Geräuschen sprechen, so wenig ist zu hören. Am Boden des Gehäuses befinden sich zudem noch Lufteinlässe, durch die kühlende Luft zu den Festplatten und zur Motherboard-Kammer gelangt.