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COOLER MASTER ATC-620C-BX1 Black Aluminum Alloy Bezel with steel body MicroATX Desktop Computer Case

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  • Aluminum Alloy Bezel with steel body MicroATX Desktop
  • Dual USB Ports and IEEE 1394 port Front Ports
  • 2 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 2 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • ELY A.
  • 9/12/2005 12:59:23 PM

5 out of 5 eggsIt's an audio receiver!

Comments: It does look like a low-profile audio/video receiver and with the bezel's finish, it's classy. It hides pretty well with the rest of the HT equipment.
One immediate functional advantage is a full sized PSU compartment.
What's with the cheezy logo though? I wished Cooler Master embossed it on chrome or something.

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  • Anonymous
  • 9/9/2005 4:53:30 PM

4 out of 5 eggsNot perfect, but a good value for a HTPC case

Comments: Looks pretty slick, though I with that 'ATCS' wasn't on the front. Solidly constructed. The doors have a smooth damped swing-down mechanism that doesn't feel cheap like some case doors. I wish the side vents had mount points for 80mm fans, but the single rear 60mm fan is pretty quiet. To fix the 2nd external 3.5" drive you'd need to remove the front IO panel, and you can't put a HDD in the external 3.5" bay without leaving an ugly hole.

Despite these annoyances you get a nice looking, solidly constructed HTPC case for a pretty reasonable price.

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  • Mrs. D.
  • 7/29/2005 11:39:29 PM

5 out of 5 eggsAnother Success

Comments: This time, I used this pretty case with the cool running Athlon 64 Newcastle 3400 on a motherboard from ECS. The combo is cool running and trouble-free.
I added an economy slot cooler (exhaust type) to the PCI slot next to the fan-optional Geforce 6600 128 bit, HDTV ready video card. Install was a real trick, but it did finally fit.
This time, the Zalman "noiseless" 80mm exhaust fan fit internally with the help of the 60 to 80 adapter funnel (replaced the loud 60mm fan). These are both controlled by an economy speed dial (from Newegg, of course). Two Maxtor DM10 250 gb SATA, in SATA Raid 0, were essential to the speed boost. A lite on 1693 DVD plus matching DVD Rom were a perfect fit. Coolmax CX450B provided silent power supply. Extra-fast PCI wireless "G" from Edimax has a matching black external antenna and RaLink drivers provide flawless, fast performance that does not interfere with the Sabrent TV card, also from Newegg.
This all looks like a stereo and it does absolutely everything really fast.

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/10/2005 2:30:19 PM

5 out of 5 eggsSpouse Likes It

Comments: Roughly the size of a piece of stereo equipment, the case is well built and fairly well designed. It accepts full size everything (not full length cards but how many case do?). As someone else recommended, plan your install smartly, the drive area is fairly tight. Using zip ties and trimming your wires to proper length makes for a neat install (and easier maintenance later on). Would I but another? If asked to by a family member, sure, without hesitation. For myself? Na, I tend to stick my junk in a 19" rack.

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  • Mrs. D.
  • 7/4/2005 3:08:47 AM

5 out of 5 eggsEasy to build

Comments: If you want silence, this very well made case is for you. Here's how to make it silent.
It's easy.
An 80mm Zalman can be installed onto the back using a 60mm to 80mm blue fan funnel plus the decorative grill from an old 80mm cpu cooler. This won't hang out the back any further than your power cord does anyway.

Next, you will use a Dynatron slot cooler, also from Newegg, in PCI #1 to exaust video heat from a fanless or fan-optional video card.

Control these with an analog fan speed dial. While analog dials outperform digital controllers for silencing fans, the back grilles can carry voltage so install safely before applying power.

Use the Zalman ACLU wheel-shaped cpu cooler.

Next, a 120mm fan version of Coolmax or Fortron/FSP/Sparkle tops off the noiseless system.

A cool running, HDTV ready XGI brand Volari video card (formerly SIS Xabre) is a wonderful thing to run in your HTPC case. Make sure the model you purchase has the HDTV cable included in the box.
For HDTV plus DVI, they're available in XGI V3XT (basic with power of Ati 92xx, they are half height and fanless),
XGI V5 for twice the power (most games), and
XGI V8/V8duo for super performance. Newegg has these too.

Lite-On's DVDrw drive gives the necessary short lenth and cool running temperatures to facilitate installation success. DVD is noiseless, but CD use can make sounds. The Black 1693 here at Newegg is a perfect fit.

Don't miss the cool running, inexpensive, Sabrent TV card, based on Philips and providing MPEG recording, remote and FM radio. I just put another on order for a similar HTPC build

By choosing HTPC style components and using big, quiet fans, this well-done case facilities a very high quality experience.

Thanks Newegg!

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/30/2005 10:08:48 AM

5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: Absolutely beautiful as a media PC, but replace (or just disconnect) the included 60mm fan if you're using it that way - it's very noisy. I've already used this case for a media PC in my bedroom, and plan to buy a 2nd to build one for my living room. Note this model takes a microATX mobo but full ATX power supply - also note this is what you want when building a quiet PC as most "quiet" and all fanless PSUs are full ATX.

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  • Philip W.
  • 2/27/2005 2:41:27 PM

5 out of 5 eggsPSU Note

Comments: Great Case, sized to match Home Theater components. I just wanted to note that this case takes a full ATX sized power supply, not a Micro-ATX like the motherboard.

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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: I wanted a small form factor PC but after seeing the limitations with those I went with this case. It's still bigger than what I was looking for but I'm satisfied. I had no problem installing a standard ATX power supply with a mATX board. The board fit perfect (9.6X9.6) but there could be more room for the IDE cable to the CD/DVD rom drive. System temp stable @ 32 degrees. Newegg's delivery is A+

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  • Andrew D.
  • 2/10/2005 10:50:42 AM

5 out of 5 eggsGreat, but *minor* quibbles

Comments: 60mm fan is quite noisy, compared to the coolermaster psu and silenced cpu cooler I bought. I'm find a replacement for it now.
My microatx mobo is almost touching the psu. The drive cages are not removable, so if your mobo connectors are front edge it can be tight - definately test assemble before committing.
Fit & finish are just about ideal! Fits nicely in with the other a/v equipment in the rack.

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  • Sarah B.
  • 1/27/2005 11:20:03 PM

5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: This is a great case!! However let me reiterate...get out a tape measure...I planned to set my monitor on it and was surprised when I got it!(my fault of course) Also mine did not come with a PSU and it said it took a standard atx, wrong...needed a smaller one. Weird huh? Overall look and build is beautiful, however I am looking for a new case nonetheless.

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