GamePC heeft een review geschreven van de Addtronics 6896A, da's een full tower case met zeer goede extra koelingsmogelijkheden voor overklokkers. Hieronder wat meer info:
As you slide open a door revealing the innards of the case, the first thing you notice is that there are lots fan mounts, seven in fact. While Addtronics only includes one 80 mm input fan by default, they're sure leaving you the options to add more at a later date. There are two 80 mm 5 1/4 drive cooler fan slots, three 80 mm case input fan slots, a hanging 80 mm CPU fan, and a 60 mm exhaust fan at the back of the case.
As you can see, Addtronics' latest and greatest has incredible airflow capabilities, but there are a few negatives that can come from this. First off, if you have your HD fan positioned like the diagram states, it may actually heat up the case temperature, since it will be blowing the hot HD air right into the direction of the CPU fan. To correct this, you'll want to swap the fan around so that it's actually an exhaust fan, grabbing any HD heat in the air and sucking it out of the case.
And of course, if you stock your case with all of the available fan slots, you'll be guaranteed to have one of the loudest cases on the block. Of course, you don't have to use all the available fan slots, but if they're there, why not use them? Even with all the slots filled, the noise wasn't unbearable, but if you're trying to concentrate on say, oh.. writing a review, with all the fans going, you might get a little distracted.