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Thursday, 21 August 2008 14:46

Cooler Master Sniper, snipped

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 08: Reset is back


Just hours after Lars wrote about Cooler Master's sniper case, we managed to see and talk to the people who were involved in its design. The product manager at Cooler Master told Fudzilla that this is the latest gamer's case that is supposed to be available by Xmas shopping season.

We found out that it should be selling below €150 and this is a full metal-based case. It will weigh around 15kg if we remember correctly, and it has the space for three 200mm fans. The reset button is finally back and it is next to the rather big power button on the top of the case.

You will be able to regulate fan speeds and even lights, if the fan supports it. There will be space for four USBs, Firewire, Esata, microphone and headphones. The case has two handles, so it will easy to transport.

The case has five 5.25-inch bays and it won't have a removable motherboard tray. It should be big enough to accommodate just about anything.

We can tell you that it looks good first-hand. Here are our pictures of it.

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