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    New AOpen XC Cube...



    Socket 478 1 AGP 1 PCI 800mhz FSB S-ATA

    more pics :

    http://www.watch.impress.co.jp/akiba...tc_xccube.html

    website :

    http://solution.aopen.com.tw/xc/

    specs show an nforce2 amd system too:

    http://solution.aopen.com.tw/xc/style/spec/default.htm
    Last edited by joshwa; 10-09-2003 at 01:00 PM.

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    I quite like that....... very sleek!!!


    Strange size 3 1/2 inch bay.....



    *Disclaimer* - The contents of this message are not necessarily my own opinions,thoughts or views... they may belong to the voices in my head!

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    Does it explde if it gets up to full speed?

    heh, is that two 5 1/4" bays?

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    if only all pcs were this size ... that would be cool

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    Very nice, very Soldam / Japanese style..

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    i dont like the looks that much

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    i love it

    i think it is has 1x 5 1/4" bay and 1x 3 1/2" bay both with hidden flaps



    do u think the button on the upper right is a eject button for the cd-rom drive? it will be interesting to see how it works...

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    Well it looks like an eject symbol so I'm guessing so....

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    Originally posted by BornEvil
    do u think the button on the upper right is a eject button for the cd-rom drive? it will be interesting to see how it works...
    not all that complicated when you think about it, button just sends the same command as you'd send by right clicking the drive and selecting eject, means it doesn't actually have to be in any physical contact with the drive

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    it is just that the button is so far away from the actual 5 1/2 " area...

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    Maybe its OS driven...?

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    220w Power supply....slowly but surely they are getting there... Wouldnt throw an ATI Radeon 9700 Pro or above in it though
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    oooh dats nice
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    i like it you could get a 4 x 40 lcd in the bottom bay easier than hacking a 3 1/2 drive bay which is always a squeeze

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