Don't you just love it when we do the formal stuff? Yeah, I know it can be dry, but just wait until you take a gander at some of these features. Make sure to pay particular attention to the dimensions and the weight of this monster. This case isn't called a Full Tower for nothing!
8.1" x 26.4" x 18" (not including the feet)
- Front Accessible
5x 80mm Fan Mounts (2 fans equipped standard)
1x 92mm Fan Mounts
PP412X 400 Watt SmartPower ATX 2.03 including Pentium 4
Fits standard ATX and Xeon (PIII Core)
Swing-out side panel with handle
Quick-release drive bays with release lever
Snap-in fan mounts
Large front panel vent
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