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Cooler Master iTower 930 ATX Case
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Cooler Master
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Cooler Master iTower 930 ATX Case
November 13, 2006

Cooler Master has been one of the names to consider for computer components, including coolers, power supplies, and cases. They know how to make products with performance features that meet the high expectations of computer enthusiasts, and they know how to make them look good while doing so. Cooler Master recently released a handful of new products to keep up with the demands of today's systems, while also incorporating bold new styles that are sure to capture the attention of would be buyers.


One of these new products is the Cooler Master iTower 930 ATX Case. As pictured in the promotional image above, the iTower 930 is a sharp looking case that includes many features people have come to expect from Cooler Master, as well as a few new items that might be of great interest to some users. The most interesting of which is a set of four hot swap SATA hard drive bays stylishly and conveniently integrated into the front face of the case.

Before checking out all of the features of the iTower 930 ATX Case, and how well it lives up to what we expect from Cooler Master, let's check out some of the published data on this case.

Features:

The front hot swap module allows replacement without powering down the server or opening the PC.
Overall fixed tool-free design to avoid misplacement.
Unmatched Upgradability(Up to 12" x 10.5" CEB server board compatible)
Superior Thermal Solution(adjustable elastic air duct design)
Durable 0.8mm cold rolled steel construction
Key lock and intrusion switch design

Specifications:

Available Color: Silver
Dimension: L470 x W215.5 x H429.8 mm
Weight: 16 kg
M/B Type: Micro-ATX, ATX and CEB
5.25" Drive Bays: 6 (Exposed)
3.5" Drive Bays: 4 (Exposed) (Hot Swappable) SATA
Material Body: SECC.ST 0.8
Bezel: Aluminum + ABS
Expansion Slots: 7
Front I/O Panel: USB 2.0 x 4, MIC x 1, SPK x 1, IEEE 1394 x 1
Cooling System:
    One 92mm HDD fan, 1500rpm, 19dBA (intake)
    One 120x120x25mm rear fan, 1200rpm, 22dBA (exhaust)
    Independent & adjustable air duct
Power Supply: PS2 / EPS 12 V Compatible or Mini-redundant(optional)

The Basics:

If you have ever purchased a Cooler Master product you will recognize the purple and white color combination on the box below. If you were to pick a case based on the data provided on a box alone, Cooler Master definitely provides more than enough information to help you make an educated selection. You get a good look at several views of the case, as well as detailed information on features, specifications, and suggested use.

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