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    HEC has been building computer chassis since 1991, and they've got plenty of experience in the field, experience they've applied in the design of the HEC 98 Series full tower, a massive yet beautifully crafted case. Today we've got the HEC 98 Series full tower to review, and we will see whether it can keep up with the demands of today's system builder, and if its functionality can match its aesthetic appeal.



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    The interior of this case is exactly the same as my Thermaltake Armor case.

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    Yeah I think Logan forgot to install them, when I get the case back I take a few photos and have Jake add them. I have plans for this case, I hope they will work, it's hard to tell until I get it here in front of me.

    I do know that I will paint it black inside, remove the HD cage and see if a Boreas will fit, if not I may have to go with a modded Elite, maybe add a radiator to the top. I know I have a HD cage from an 830 stacker that will fit in three of the 5.25" drive bays, if the Boreas does fit . That will be good enough for a 1TB dive and a 128GB SSD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Yeah I think Logan forgot to install them, when I get the case back I take a few photos and have Jake add them. I have plans for this case, I hope they will work, it's hard to tell until I get it here in front of me.
    I think I covered everything. It only has 5 3.5" drive bays. The thing that is sticking out in one of the pictures is the drive cage. It's not too big.

    I hope you don't have to cut it up too much to make your plans work. For what it is, it is spectacular, but for enthusiast type of stuff, it definitely needs some work. Maybe they made it assuming it'd be modded!

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