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PostPosted: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 07:18:14    Post Subject: Cooler Master iTower 930 ATX Case Reply with quote View Single Post

The iTower 930 Case is a definite winner. It provides attractive styling, good system cooling, extremely quiet operation, mostly tool-less installation features, and high quality construction. These are all things you expect from a Cooler Master case, and they are what makes them one of the premier brands in the business. - The Review
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PostPosted: Wed, 06 Jun 2007 16:59:22    Post Subject: Compatibilty of itower 930 with this config : Reply with quote View Single Post

Hello , i read your very interesting review of this case .
What is the compatibility of the itower 930 with my next config ?:
(Motherboard and graphic cards especially):

-MB :Asus P5W64-WS Pro + Seasonic M12-700
- 3 graphic cards Gigabyte GV-NX86T256D
- Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
- G.Skill Kit Extreme2 4 x 1 Go PC6400 HZ
- 2 Western Digital Raptor 36 Go - 16 Mo Raid 0
- 2 Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 SATA - 500 Go - 16 Mo

Thank you for your response.
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PostPosted: Wed, 06 Jun 2007 17:30:17    Post Subject: Reply with quote View Single Post

Hi... Can't say for sure, but you should be fine. The case is ATX, but somewhat small, so you may have to work to get everything routed in there properly. There are 4 removable drive cages, so you are fine there.

There is plenty of height/length for big gfx cards, so that shouldn't be an issue, but you might not be able to use the extra retention bracket they provide to hold cards in place.

You might not be able to use the CPU duct on your CPU, depending on what cooler you use, but that is no big deal in my book.

Only other issue I see is that PSU is a bit deeper than others... May have to adjust the odd PSU cage foud inside the case. It should fit, but you may have to move the retention bracket. plus, using modular cables may take more work as you have to reach into the PSU cage to plug things in.

All in all, its just the extra, somewhat unnecessary brackets that may have to be adjusted / removed.
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PostPosted: Wed, 06 Jun 2007 17:36:22    Post Subject: Reply with quote View Single Post

Thank you very much for your very quick reply !..:
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