Danger Den Black Series Tower 21 Case Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
PC Perspective have posted a review of the brand new Danger Den Black Series Tower 21 mid-tower case, which features an acrylic construction.
Let's see what they had to say:
"While we didn't install a high performance watercoolingsolution in this rig during the review, we found it to be more than capable to support any custom dual or triple radiator watercooling system that high-end users will consider using to cool their CPU, graphics cards, and hard drives. Assembling the chassis was easy to execute and the overall construction and design was the best I've seen from any acrylic case I've reviewed.
There are a few considerations users should account for like the single optical bay and lack of SSD support, but those obstacles should easily be overcome with a little ingenuity. If this case had better case management and airflow features I would have given it a perfect score."
This is a $280 case, it's definitely not cheap, but a high quality acrylic case never is. And as pointed out above, this might be the most well-executed acrylic case yet.
Click here to read the full review.
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