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    HEXUS.reviews :: MESH Elite Fire X1950 PC

    Those with £1600± to spend on a full PC system in the coming weeks will wish to pay close attention, and those expecting to pair up Core 2 Duo and X1950s in their own home builds will hopefully get a good look at potential performance as well. Someone for everyone, then, so onwards we go.
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    Not trying to be argumentative, but I think it looks reasonable actually. It may not be as smart as an Antec or Lian-Li but it is much better than those whizz-bang puke coloured, I-want-to-look-like-a-spaceship-or-a-transformer-(robots-in-disguise) cases.

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    subtle yet it smashes its brethren
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    It LOOKS pretty depressing but the specs are easily worth the money (if you've got it).
    With love and many thanks,

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    I know that computer costs alot of money but I want one, and i like the look of the case. Although i think what they are trying to say in the review is, that it is the same case as the cheaper mesh systems so , when you buy it and someone sees it they dont know how much it costs, but if they saw the dell XPS case or the alienware case they could assume it costs a heck of alot of money

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    This ammount of harware for the money makes you think again before setting out on a new build...

    ...just cant resist getting my hands dirty though

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