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

The Basics (continued):

The back of the case features a 120mm exhaust fan, tool-less expansion card holders, and a PSU mounting plate held in by one thumb screw. Due to space restrictions inside, you have to bring the PSU in through the rear of the case, so the thumbscrew makes this a bit easier (you still need four screws to hold the PSU to the plate). The bottom of the case isn't too exciting, but does have nice feet that seem inspired by audio rack components.

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The side of the case is fairly simple, with the only feature being a large perforated area towards the back of the case. This is located just above the "independent & adjustable air duct" designed to draw cool air in directly on to your processor.

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The side panel is held in place by two thumbscrews, and once removed it reveals the "fullest" empty case I have ever seen! I haven't even installed anything yet and the case looks like I am running out of room. Cooler Master has packed many interesting features in the iTower 930, and not all of them are related to the hot swap drive bays.


One of these interesting features is the "independent & adjustable air duct" that was just mentioned. It can be seen in place in the above right image, and alone in two images on the next page. To remove it you release a catch at the top of the case and two at the bottom of the case, and it pops right out. You can then reposition it a bit closer to the front or back of the case in order to best line up with your CPU cooler.

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