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 Post subject: CoolerMaster Media-260 VS Thermal Take Mozart SX Medialab
PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2008 9:26 am 
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Hey,

I want to build HTPC from my P5B-DLX and E6600
so i need case that support Full ATX Board, and i want it to be low (8-10 cm High)
i was thinking about ThermalTake Mozart SX, but no one have it till next month (July). and now i saw the Cooler Master CM Media 260 (RC-260)


Any1 have tried it ?
can recommend him ?

I will replace the fans ofcourse, but how is it ?

Thanks,
Chura


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2008 2:34 pm 
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reviewers complain about riser misfits...

http://www.sfftech.com/index.php?/artic ... w/assembly

I personally can't stand risers and would not touch any of these cases.
Then again you have your reasons... given the choice of only these 2 I would consider the CM as a valid option if you dont plan on using s-video out, and especially since I don't like Termaltake at all.


try Accent HT-400 for the same price as the CM 8) . Its 16cm tall :( .

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