AnandTech heeft een review gepost van de erg brute SuperMicro SC-750A server kast (volgende week hoop ik m'n SC-760A binnen te krijgen ):
When dealing with server cases, noise isn't that big of an issue. Generally speaking, you don't really care whether or not your server is loud since most of the time you will be tossing in some very noisy components into your server or high end workstation that will create quite a bit of noise even if your case doesn't (10,000 RPM hard drives aren't quiet). Instead of making noise a primary consideration, cooling is an even bigger factor with server cases than it is with any other type of case simply because of the type of hardware that will generally find its way in these cases.
On either side of the external 5.25" bays are mounts for 80 mm cooling fans - two per side. The fans simply snap into the including brackets and that assembly then snaps into the case. Three additional 80 mm cooling fan mounts are located at the front of the case. Let's not forget the previously mentioned 92 mm and 40 mm exhaust fans mounted above the power supply and behind the CPU, respectively. Preinstalled in our SC750-A sample were the 92 mm exhaust fan above the PSU, one 80 mm intake fan at the front of the case, and one 80 mm intake fan adjacent to the drive bays.