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Danger Den Tower 26 - FrostyTech.com Danger Den Tower 26
Wed Oct 22, 2008 | 9:02A| PermaLink
Today we take a look at another vital part of every computer, the case. It's what holds it all together. In days gone by, a case has been a matter of function over form. As time goes by however, more and more people get involved in modifying or 'modding' their computer cases; some for looks, some for performance gains. Manufacturers have certainly taken notice and it seems that every day we see another new case enter the market. LED's, side windows, and front panel cutouts have all seen increases in popularity. One of the primary concerns of modern computer enthusiasts is, and will likely remain, heat and the ways to deal with it efficiently. One of Danger Den's latest entries into the market is their new Tower 26. This is not your average case. It is completely acrylic, HUGE, and will accomodate the largest liquid-cooling radiator on the market, the Black Ice GTX480, without any modification. That's a radiator just over 120mm x 480mm. For those involved in water-cooling their systems, that is a very large radiator capable of removing a lot of heat. For those that don't want liquid anywhere near their system, that still allows for 4 fans mounted on the front of the case.
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