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-- C3 CT1310 Clear Acrylic Case
-- Price: $259.95 USD
-- 08.18.2002
-- By: GideonX
-- Page: 1 2 3 4 5

Here is a shot of the front of the case:

You can see the Sony Vega in background through the case.  I  forgot about it and took the shot.  

The  front gives you access to the power/reset buttons along with the LEDs.  There is also a 120mm intake right under all the drive bays.  

You get a total of (5) 5.25 - 3.5 Combo External Bays and (3) 5.25 - 3.5 Combo Internal Bays. These face plates are secured by two screws on each side.  We'll get into that later in the review.

The front of the case is held together with 4 thumbscrews, two on top and two on bottom.  They were actually easier to use than conventional steel or aluminum thumbscrews.

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