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Unformatted text preview: method. Cooling and size play hand in hand. Installation Features- You want to know what type of features your case has. Do you want it to have a removable motherboard tray, easy to remove hard drives, tool less features, etc. These features make it more convenient during upgrades. Extras- What extras do you want built in with the case. Many come with acrylic windows, fan speed controllers, LED lights, and built in ports. With these factors now you have to decide on what you want to spend. A case can range from $40 to $1000. The old saying you get what you pay for holds true when deciding on a computer case. If you only have $70 to spend you will get an aluminum case, that requires tools to install all the screws that come with it. The case will be very flimsy and can easily bend. Another thing that I have learned is the cheap cases are the noisiest. So when building a computer I would put a good chunk towards the case because the case can be reused over and over....
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course AASISA TB145 taught by Professor ?? during the Winter '12 term at ITT Tech Pittsburgh.
- Winter '12