Anybody who has an Aopen HQ45/HQ48 Pro case?!


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Hi,

Anybody who has an Aopen HQ45 or HQ48 Pro case and could tell if this
case has any airholes in the sidepanels or something. On the picture
here http://www.aopen.com/products/housing/phq45pro.htm it seems there
are no airholes, but perhaps there are airholes on the other side that
you can't see on the picture?! If so, are the airholes the same as on
this picture of the Aopen H600:
http://www.aopen.com/products/housing/ph600a.htm (a verticale stripe of
airholes from top to bottom)?! What does the HQ48 Pro look like on the
other side that you can't see on the picture?!

In fact I like a case with not too many airholes as this doesn't allow
PC noise to get out so you have more silence. Ofcourse there need to be
good enough air intake to have good airflow. Regarding this, is this
case a good choice for one of the current Pentium 4 PCs?! Also, can you
use one of those big Zalman coolers in this case?

Thanks in advance!

Mike.
 
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Angus Rodgers

Anybody who has an Aopen HQ45 or HQ48 Pro case and could tell if this
case has any airholes in the sidepanels or something. On the picture
here http://www.aopen.com/products/housing/phq45pro.htm it seems there
are no airholes, but perhaps there are airholes on the other side that
you can't see on the picture?! If so, are the airholes the same as on
this picture of the Aopen H600:
http://www.aopen.com/products/housing/ph600a.htm (a verticale stripe of
airholes from top to bottom)?! What does the HQ48 Pro look like on the
other side that you can't see on the picture?!
It has a shorter rectangular grid of air inlet holes, about
1 inch horizontally by 4.5 inches vertically, about halfway
up the left side of the case near the front.
In fact I like a case with not too many airholes as this doesn't allow
PC noise to get out so you have more silence. Ofcourse there need to be
good enough air intake to have good airflow. Regarding this, is this
case a good choice for one of the current Pentium 4 PCs?! Also, can you
use one of those big Zalman coolers in this case?
FWIW, I'm using it with an AMD Athlon XP PR1700+ Thoroughbred
B CPU, a GlobalWin CBKII58 CPU cooler, and one case fan blow-
ing out at the back. It's quiet, and reasonably cool, even
with flat IDE cables that I haven't yet bothered to tie away
neatly.
 

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