Computer Case/Tower

By Dario
Aug 12, 2005
  1. I have recently bought the following items for my new computer.

    Motherboard: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe

    Procesor: AMD Athlon 64 4000+ 2.4GHz San Diego

    Memory:1 GB (2 pcs 512MB) DDR (400) PC-3200 Corsair w/LED Display (TWINX1024-3200XLPRO)

    Video Card: eVGA GeForce 7800 GTX KO 256MB

    Hard Disk :Western Digital 74 GB SATA 10K Raptor (WD740GD)

    Now I need a good place to put this bad boy into. What is a good computer case/tower for cooling? What should I buy to keep this bad boy cool? CPU fan? other fans?

  2. DonNagual

    DonNagual TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,404

  3. Dario

    Dario TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I don't really know what would be a good case for cooling. How is the one that you poster? Others?
  4. dani190

    dani190 TS Rookie

    personally i like these cases and actually i have 1
    the link to myn is
    this case is excelent and id recomend it. it has 5 fans in the case that come with it 3 with filters which are very easy to clean and help keep the dust manageble. also it has 3 fans that light up and also has 2 fan controlers on the front of the case. id really recomend this case and i dont think you will be disapointed if you get it!!
  5. Dario

    Dario TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks guys. Does anyone else have any other suggestions?
  6. dani190

    dani190 TS Rookie

    nope i dont got any more but could u possibly help me in my thread its the 1 about s-video cable and 1 pin is broken its not to far under its close to the top thnkx
  7. Dario

    Dario TS Rookie Topic Starter

    it says it doesnt have a powersupply. How does that work then?
  8. swen

    swen TS Rookie Posts: 27

    if it doenst have a power supply then u can find a seperate power supply and install it. i would recommend going to a power output calculator to determine exactly how much power u need so u can choose the proper supply for your system(before u buy a tower). try this link for a calculator. i was instructed to look at the power output listed as continuos when deciding if the PSU can handle your system when deciding on a new PSU

    hope that helps,
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