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Moneual Labs M775 Mid Tower Professional Series Case
Author: Tim Pizzino
Manufacturer: Moneaul Labs
Source: Sharka Computers
Purchase: Sharka Computers
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Moneual Labs M775 Mid Tower Professional Series Case
February 11, 2008

With more people choosing to build their own systems every day, manufacturers that produce relatively good hardware at a reasonable price must try to keep up with the demand. Moneual Labs recently released a new case aimed specifically at the computer enthusiast and or gamer on a tight budget. The case is named the M775 Mid Tower Professional Series Case, and it has been designed for the first time custom builder or gamer who needs a relatively cheap chassis that can withstand the everyday trials.

The Moneual Labs M775 Mid Tower Professional Series Case is shown below in a promotional image taken from their website. During this review we will take a look at this case and try to determine why Moneaul labs describes it as "an ideal PC chassis for computer enthusiasts or gamers looking for a versatile, yet affordable case".

Before we dive into the specifics of the review itself, let's take a look at the published information on the Moneual Labs M775 as provided by the review's sponsor.

Features and Specifications (taken from the Sharka Computers website):

Color: Black
Dimensions: 460mm x 232mm x 513 mm / 18.1in x 9.1in x 20.2 in (H x W x D)
Material: 0.7 mm SECC
Motherboard: Standard ATX / Micro ATX
Drive Bays:
    4 x 5.25" External
    2 x 3.5" Exposed
    2 x 3.5" Exposed (1 used for I/O ports)
Fan Space:
    1 x 80, 92,120mm Front Intake
    1 x 80, 92,120mm Rear Exhaust
    1 x 80mm Side (CPU), 1 x 80,120mm Side (VGA)
Expansion Slots: 7 standard slots
Front I/O: 2 x USB2.0, Headphone, Microphone
Built-in illuminated front power and HDD LED
Swing hinged front door
Nickel coated front power and reset buttons
Hidden front USB and audio ports behind second 3.5" plate
Two USB 2.0 ports
Optimal front to rear cross flow ventilation with side panel CPU and VGA fan mounts
Smart front panel design for easy assembly and maintenance


As you can see in the below left image, the M775's packaging is rather bland. The ordinary cardboard box has only a few graphics and corporate logos printed onto its side. What appears to be an artist's rendering of the case, along with a list of a few of the features and specifications, makes this box not at all eye catching.

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Inside, the case is protected from damage by a plastic bag and two large Styrofoam end pieces. However, upon receiving the case there was a large dent on the middle edge of the case, as the above right image shows. Although this is most likely the fault of the shipping company, a more complete packaging system could be incorporated to fully protect this case from damage while in transit.

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