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Aluminum Green X-SuperAlien Chassis with 500 Watt PSU

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Manufacturer: Unknown
Product Name: Aluminum Green X-SuperAlien Chassis with 500 Watt PSU
Review Date: 11.10.03
Reviewer: Win2kITPro

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Let?s take a moment to stop and think about the cumbersome number of pre-modified cases being sold these days. Yeah, when you stop and think about it there?s a lot isn?t there? When you don?t have the time or skill to modify a case on your own, you?re left with the extremely tough choice of which pre-modded case you would like to buy. Some of the questions that may be running through your mind during this process are: ?Is this case going to look as good as it does in the pictures online?? ?Is this case going to be made of high quality stuff?? ?Is this case going to stand out from the rest of the crowd at LAN Parties?? ?Is this case going to be worth the money I spend on it?? When I started modding you seriously had to do everything yourself; there weren?t any pre-modified cases being sold yet at that time. Nowadays you have cases being sold with pre-installed etched windows, color changing LEDs, cathodes, LED Fans, and the list goes on?and on?and on some more! If you want a case that will answer yes to all of the questions above, you might want to keep reading this review and strongly consider taking a look at the X-Superalien case from

Before I start describing the case and showing you pictures of it, I would like to first tell you what you get with the case. As with most cases, when you take off the side panel you?ll find a small brown box filled with goodies as well as a power cable taped somewhere within the internals of the case, however, sometimes this box is detached during the shipping process and you have to therefore hunt for everything that was included in this box upon arrival of the case ? This was not the case with this case (that sounds weird). Included in the box/inside the case are one power cable, one instruction poster, one bag of screws, two keys to open/lock the front and side panels of the case, and ten drive rails for easy mounting of your 5 ? inch drives. All the screws you will need are included (I found this out during when I put a system into this case); and the instruction poster, while not being very clear, tells you almost all you need to know with the exception of a few minor details which you will figure out yourself while installing your hardware like the process of rigging up the front two fan controller knobs as well as the LCD Temp. Monitor.

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