Venator schrijft: "Deze "Fong Kai" kast doet het behoorlijk goed bij de mensen van Ars Technica. Buiten de 300 Watt klassevoeding, de verwisselbare hd-cage en de hele goede interne mogelijkheden voor een perfecte airflow is ook de prijs niet erg hoog en het design erg geslaagd. Hieronder de conclusie:
I'll need to deduct half a point for giving me only 4 external bays total. Even the smaller 603 has 5, and while it might not be a big issue for you, it rendered the case useless to me. Another half point needs to come off because of the cheesy clear plastic bezel. I neither like the way it looks, nor its utter uselessness, but the real grudge I have is against the effort it takes to open. If I want a work-out, I'll go to the Do Jang, thanks. In terms of other real gripes, I have none. Well, I do have one: why is this case $30 more than the 603? Perhaps it's a matter of supply and demand. For the casual user, you might get more wiz-bang features in another case at this price range, but in terms of a stable, solid case for workstation or server use, this is downright inexpensive for what you're getting. Believe it or not, high-torque HD support is not all that easy to come by for $100.
The excellent cooling means that this case lost no points to that category, which in the end places us at a firm 9. Where would I rate it in relation to its brother, the 603? If you don't mind the issues that I deducted points over, I'd take this over the 603. It's spacious and a pleasure to work in.
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