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Friday, 19 March 2010 18:00

Cooler Master 690 Advanced reviewed

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review: The new king of the middle

 








CoolerMaster is no newbie in the field of computer cases and the company didn't miss out on a chance to start churning out new models in the new year. Today, our guest is the CM 690 II Advanced, a refreshed and touched up version of the quite popular CM 690 PURE model. The pricing on Advance case is just as attractive as on the older, PURE model, and you can find it priced at €79 here.

Like some much more expensive cases, the CM 690 Advanced comes painted black, both inside and out. The motherboard tray features plenty of holes, which will make cable management and CPU cooling mounting easy. Furthermore, the CM 690 Advanced will easily accommodate plenty of storage disks and optical devices, allow for adding a two-fan radiator on two places (top and bottom), allow for quick connecting of HDD/SSD devices via the docking station on the I/O panel, and much more.

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