Andy van BXBoards heeft een review van de A-Top ATX kast op z'n site geparkeerd. Het gaat hier weer om zo'n zogenaamde design kast in iMac stijl, maar naar mijn mening is-ie die vergelijking onwaardig. Een iMac heeft stijl, dit ding is gewoon plain lelijk:
An immediate question was, "Will my heatsink fit under that P/S?" Well, I deployed an ABIT BM6 with an Alpha PFH6035MFC heatsink. It was tight.. but it fit. Alternately, I also successfully deployed ComputerNerd's FACMX2B heatsink. There is a removable 3 1/2" drive cage, able to hold three drives (including your floppy drive). I say the cage is removable, but the mechanism is impractical to do so. The anchor screw is only accessible from the 5 1/4" bays (and only then using a tiny, tinker-toy screwdriver) and the 3 1/2" cage had a fussy, tight fit. By the time I got it out, I wished I had just left it alone. A nice touch is the hash-mark stamping on the cage for drive placement ease. The drive cages and the motherboard platform are all braced and very solid. The materials used have a high-quality look and feel, with thick plastic and heavy guage metal. Fit and finish is nice, with rolled edges, snug component fit and no overspray from the external paint onto interior surfaces. My overall impression was that this case could serve as a load bearing member in your home.