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Old 03-31-2005, 10:29 PM   #1
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Ever have to test out a Fan or HDD to see if they power up or not? Well, it can be a pain to open up your computer to get at the connections to do so.

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I mist say its inivative, but I think I would like something that fits in one of the bays so its at the front
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Yeah, I agree. I was thinking of something in the bay, with a cover that you lift up to plug it in.
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yeah but a front bay require more of coordination with astetics (however you spell that, i mean color and such)

I mean if you had an awsome looking case woudl you really want an eye sore like that potruding from the front? and do you think the rest of the market would feel the same?
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I dont think it would be that difficulty to manufacture prosses colors for those type of cases. However, if a case is that extream, most of them have a cover that its over the bays that you open up to access, from the ones that i have seen atleast. So that kinda takes care of it, but point well taken!
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