Ars heeft weer een review van een computerkast. Het gaat hier om de Superpower Zephyr KS-201XP. Hoewel deze kas hier in NL wel niet onder deze naam verkocht zal worden is het toch wel interessant leesvoer. Hier een quote :
Now, I know what you're thinking: how's the cooling situation? For starters, it comes with one 80mm fan installed at the front bottom. The front cover of the case actually has enough holes to allow a decent amount of air in; youíd be surprised how many cases donít. Also, thereís a mount for another 80mm fan in the rear of the case, right behind and to the left of the CPU. I plan on installing a second fan there to pump air out of the case. With the front fan sucking air in, the rear fan blowing air out, and the CPU sitting between the two, there should be a solid airflow right across the CPU. It enough for the average computer uses, but it's not enough for overclocking. Not wise overclocking, anyhow. Opening the case involves unscrewing one magic screw that keeps the top of the case on. Once you get the top off, the two main side panels slide up and off. Each side panel has a series of slotted tabs around the perimeter to keep it attached to the case. I didnít like this at first, assuming (based on past experienced) that this would make it difficult to put the panels back on. I hate wrestling with a case for five minutes just to get all the tabs lined up properly so the cover will slide on. This concern, however, turned out to be unjustified - when I put the panels back on, it was surprisingly easy to get the tabs lined up to fall into their proper slots.