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Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master  iTower 930

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Cooler Master I-Tower 930 Case review

Neoseeker
1 November 2007

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Dev Hardware
19 February 2007
  • Conclusion: I've had the iTower930 chassis for a few months now, and I can certainly say I've fallen in love with it. Despite it being heavy, and having a few quirks, there is nothing better than having a friend come over wanting some information off of your drive, and at a flick of your finger removing 400 GB...
  • Pros: Excellent functionality of hot swappable drives. , Excellent thermodynamics for most common configurations. , Secure tool less design, with components firmly held in place. , All aluminum front door, with easy access hot swap door, and aluminum front bezel. , Competitively priced at $150, an exce...
  • Cons: Heavy chassis; I wouldn't take this thing to a LAN party any time soon! , Front door interferes with front I/O ports; they must be removed to fully open the door. , Side duct and power supply bay may cause compatibility issues. , No external power connectors for hot swappable drive, or additional...
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Red&Blackness
8 January 2007
  • Conclusion: I can’t say I have anything really to complain about except that there is no removable motherboard tray. Otherwise this is a great midi tower case that might stand as a HTPC for Rbmods for awhile.
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Cooler Master ITower 930 Casing

Hardware Zone
4 February 2007
  • Conclusion: In their quest for greater performance, enthusiasts have ventured into the workstation category in their choice of hardware components. From buying Opteron processors meant for servers to SCSI RAID configurations, enthusiasts have not balked at the high cost of such enterprise grade hardware.
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