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 Review, Chieftec DA01BD Servertower, Part I
The case interior
By: Sverre Sjøthun, February 8, 2002  Print this article

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Opening the case show us that Chieftec has been thorough in designing the interior. Its clean and logical design makes it easy to work with, for starters -- everything is where you want it to be, not where you wished they were. The round edges and corners make sure you don't get cuts on your hands during installation of your hardware.

Fig. 2 The interior of the case

Fig. 2 The interior of the case


Furthermore, they have a few very nice details that you will appreciate as a system builder, whether it's for professional use or maybe even more so for personal use. One of these features are the quick-release drive bays with release lever. All you have to do to mount or dismount your drives is to pull back the lever and pull out the drivebays.

Fig. 3 The quick-release drive bays with release lever.

Fig. 3 The quick-release drive bays with release lever.

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