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- The Brass Turner
January 8, 2009, 9:36 am
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I assembled a system over Xmas using an Osiris case. All the 3rd party
reviews I read prior to purchasing the case praised its unique functionality
and superb quality of build. That primarily being the PSU at the bottom, a
removable 5 HDD tray etc.
Unfortunately the MoBo I assembled in the case meant a couple of the
connectors were in fairly difficult positions when connecting cables from
the PSU. They clashed with the 2 outtake fans at the rear top.
I also concluded that the PSU at the bottom was not a brilliant idea if
placing the assembled unit onto a carpeted floor as the heavy unit would
sink into the pile and block or restrict the intake. Even placing it onto a
hard floor were we all experience dust build up would do it no good
Also the front fan intake was not filtered. This I overcame by adding
wadding between the fan and the case front.
Anyway it's all history and experience now but I decided to write a review
on the suppliers web page based on my experiences..........but alas after
much writing they failed to publish it.......for obvious reasons I assume.
Perhaps I should have known better and not wasted my time.
- larry moe 'n curly
January 8, 2009, 10:27 am
Re: Supplier webs and component reviews
The Brass Turner wrote:
Some companies censor negative reviews, so try posting elsewhere, like
NewEgg, which seems to put up any review that isn't outright
slanderous or NC-17? Or why not post details in this newsgroup? You
can even review the supplier itself at ResellersRated.com.
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