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Auriga VF-2001GH ATX Case Review

Aluminium chassis, side windows, cold cahode lighting and blowholes all provide ultimate cooling and looks. All of this comes at a cost though, with quality Lian Li or Coolermaster casings easily pushing the A$500 mark with power supply. Many of us don't have the cash to afford such extravagancies, and are looking for a sturdy case with plenty of room and maybe a few cooling options. Enter the Auriga VF-2001GH. It retails at around A$100, and has a few interesting features, but can it satisfy the moderate tweaker's needs? Aaron "FragMan" Clegg gives us an answer!

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 23, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Auriga

Introduction

 

With the popularity of case modding increasing in recent times, the choices available for cases are almost endless. Aluminum chassis, side windows, cold cathode lighting and blowholes all provide ultimate cooling and looks.

 

All of this comes at a cost though, with quality Lian Li or Coolermaster casings easily pushing the A$500 mark with power supply. Many of us don't have the cash to afford such extravagancies, and are looking for a sturdy case with plenty of room and maybe a few cooling options.

 

Enter the Auriga VF-2001GH. It retails at around A$100, and has a few interesting features, but can it satisfy the moderate tweaker's needs?

 

The Auriga brand is distributed here in Australia and New Zealand by AKA Technology, and includes PC chassis as well as a range of monitors, LCD's and keyboards.

 

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