Venator schrijft: "Bij Trainwrecker vonden ze het nodig om twee Addtronics miditowers een blik te gunnen. Ze waren best positief, met name over de vele mogelijkheden tot plaatsing van coolingfans en de powerunit":
The Addtronics 3890A and 3891A are well constructed and nicely thought-out little cases. They come with fine power supplies, and we really like the drive rail and removable motherboard implementations. The cooling options are good for a case this size, and the front panel's removable inlet filter is a nice touch. Unfortunately, you're just not going to get the extraordinary cooling options and roomy interior of the Addtronics full and server towers.
The horizontal panel that runs from the front to the back of the case, along with the power supply that sits on its side on top of it, can make upgrading certain components difficult, although it can be helpful with power cable management. They can be an impediment to easy CPU and RAM upgrades, and although removing the motherboard tray is easy enough, it will add time and some additional work to what should be a relatively fast and easy install. The use of extremely large CPU heatsink/fan combos, extending more than 3" from the base of your motherboard, could be impossible.
Access to PCI and ISA cards, however is excellent, and upgrading drives is extremely easy, thanks to Addtronics' drive rail and removable bay systems. If you don't require constant access to your CPU and RAM, and you don't intend to load the case up with a lot of drives, we think you'll be happy with this case. We think its relatively small size and solid construction make it an ideal candidate for LAN parties or a small, secondary system. If you need more room inside, or easy access to your CPU, you should probably look for something larger or a case with a different power supply positioning strategy.