While some may not have heard of the company calling itself 3RSystem, it is a Korean company that has been around since about 2002. While not the newest kid on the block, it is a relative newcomer to the DIY market and has several products that are being aimed at those who are looking for something innovative and not just "like the other guys".
Today we will be spending a bit of time with the R240 "Zion" enclosure.
Since the company is stating it offers innovation, we want to see what it has that is different, and also see how a warm system is handled with regards to cooling.
So relax a bit as we delve a bit deeper into the Zion. After all, we need to know up front if it is worthy of consideration for our hard-earned upgrading dollars.
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