Bij Target PC is vandaag een review verschenen over de 6890A mid-tower van Addtronics. Deze kast is in het bezit van vier 5.25" bays, twee interne 3.5" bays en 1 externe 3.5" bay. Verder heeft de kast standaard ruimte voor vijf 80mm fans en een 92mm fan. Zoals we van Addtronics mogen verwachten zit de rest van de kast ook zeer solide in elkaar en is er volgens de reviewer eigenlijk geen enkele goede reden waarom je deze kast niet zou willen hebben:
The 6890A has features that other mid-tower cases could only dream of. Lets start with the all-metal construction. The two side doors and all the internal parts of the case are made of metal. The only exceptions are the front cover and the shrouds that hold the fans in the case. Directly behind the front plastic panel is a sheet of metal, and all drives are housed in metal shelves. Addtronics even went the extra mile to include metal drive rails. I had hated drive rails until I came across Addtronics simple and durable design. Then let's talk about the cylinder lock in the front of the case. That's a feature usually only found on equipment bound for the professional sector. Why did so many companies decided that the components inside our cases aren't worth locking up?
Lastly, and most importantly to the serious computer enthusiast/overclocker is cooling. You'd have to take your SawsAll to a standard case to get all the cooling options that Addronics included with the 6890A. When you throw a mixture like that into a case you are bound to have a surefired winner. So now the question becomes how long until you go get yours?