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   Earlier in the review I mentioned that you may want to cut through the plastic back covering on the case.  The holes for the 80mm exhaust and the power supply are not clear enough and will most likely impede the airflow.  So to get that modded, here's a quick way to remove the rear covering.

   The back contains a few screws but none will get that plastic off.  There are two screws that need to be removed and they are both located inside the case.  You need to get both side panels off to get to them.

   The two screws are to the left and right of the power supply.  Remove them and a simple lift and pull of the back will remove the covering.  You can start modding after that : )

   Getting back on track, we will be installing our test rig into this case.  As usual, the following will be used:

  • AMD 800 @ 1003 Mhz Thunderbird

  • IWill KK266 Socket A MB

  • Crucial PC133 CL2 128mb Ram

  • evga GF2 MX 32MB

  • Yamaha PCI Sound Card

  • SMC 1211 10/100 NIC

  • IBM Deskstar 20GB HD

  • Samsung DVD/CDRW combo

  • Mitsumi 1.44 Floppy Drive

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