Without the luxury of spare parts to test the chassis out, I transplanted my current rig into the DarkForce so I could experience the chassis from installation to the satisfaction of the end result, and I won’t be going back. Aside from being lazy, the DarkForce is enthusiast portable: the finish and cable routing options allow users to really show off a neat display of their hardware, and supports high-end components without being over burdening. Cable routing will certainly test your patience, but with the right amount of forethought (and compressed air) it will turn out just right, to the point you’ll be convinced it was meant to be.


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garfi3ld replied the topic: #25660 13 Jun 2012 18:10
Another case review this week, this time from Gelid Solutions.
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Twodavez replied the topic: #25661 13 Jun 2012 18:44
Looks just like the Coolermaster 690 ii, but with an updated look and a new fan spot.

Good review, and i loved the CM 690, so i'm assuming this is going to be a good case too. It ws kinda heavy, but very sturdy!

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