Bij GamePC hebben ze een review van de Addtronics 7896A Full-Tower kast, een kast waar je aardig wat fannetjes in kwijt kan, namelijk: een 120 mm, zeven 80 mm en nog een 60 mm fan.
Now to what most of you are interested in this case for, the cooling. Addtronics realizes that the more places that people can put fans, the better. Even if they don't use all the fans, it's sure nice to have the ability to add them on later. Addtronics has done a number on this case, offering support for 9 fans (one 120 mm, seven 80 mm, one 60 mm). The most noticeable change is the addition of the whopper 120mm fan intake at the front of the case
[...] There are a few potential downfalls for this case though, and of course this case isn't for everyone. For one, the floppy drive is mounted at the top of the case, which can be a tight stretch for many floppy cables in some people's systems, we've found more than a few times that a floppy cable that comes with a motherboard couldn't make the stretch all the way up there. Of course, if your cable can't, a extended cable will only run a few bucks at a local shop.
[...] The most prominent problems seems to be the noise factor, simply put, this case is loud. Put together a heaping load of fans, with a large, all metal case, and you've got a loud PC. If you have the case doors on, and put the case underneath a desk (good luck, though), you shouldn't even notice a problem. If you're one of us who prefers an open-case on your desktop, you'll quickly notice that this case can get to a few higher decibels than other cases. You can always unplug some fans (or get a BayBus, like myself), or live with a constant "hum" in the background.