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Old January 13, 2012, 07:39 AM
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Default Anidees Ai-6B Case Review

Hey guys, im new on this forum....

Today i've got my new gaming case, the Anidees Ai-6B.
The Company is new to the case market and started off with this beauty...

the case:
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the top and the front have a brushed steel finish

the front:
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the door swings open to the left or right side.
behind the door is a preinstalled 140mm fan and another 120mm or 140mm fan can be installed.
all of the front mesh has dust filters and the front can be easily pulled off, for fan mounting or cleaning the fan dust filter. the 5,25 "drive bay covers can be opened by pushing the two buttons (located on the right and left side of each drive bay cover) inwards.

the top:
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classic... 1x microphone and headphone jack, 4xUSB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0, HDD and power LED and a small reset and a big power button :)

the bottom:
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dust filters and rubber pad feet.

the inside:
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grommited (i have no idea how to spell this word...) cable management holes
a power supply mount with dustfilters on the bottom
completely removable HDD cages
Isolated HDD Bays and there is also a removable 5,25" to 3,5" adapter attached to the bottom 5,25" drive bay.
2x 120mm or 2x140 mm fans can be mounted on the top
2x 120mm or 2x140 mm fans can be mounted on the bottom if you figure out how to take off this damn last piece of plastic, which is left after you remove the top two HDD cages...
1x pre installed 120mm fan on the back.
A 1x Molex to 8xfan Adapter already built in. (my personal favourite :))

the back:
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3x grommited (omg -.-) holes for watercooling (i dont know how big they are)
8x PCI Expansion Slots
1x extra slot at the right side for extra "whateveryouwanttoputthere"-things.

this is my dreamcase and it isnt expensive.
I got it for about 110. I think its something about 100$.

(yes, im not good at english :P)

dear Master Linus please make a video review about that case. :)

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Old January 13, 2012, 08:37 AM
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Not available in North America unfortunately. But if you already have it, why do you want a review? ;)
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Old January 13, 2012, 08:44 AM
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because i want to share it with you all :)
a pre-review XD (sort of)
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Old January 13, 2012, 09:02 AM
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It is a very nice looking case. I've always been a huge fan of minimalist design.

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