Coolermaster ATC 210C-DX1 (No PSU) - £70.49 @ Overclockers - HotUKDeals
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The Coolermaster ATC 210C-DX1 is a limited edition and has a silver aluminum front with Black acrylic door.

- Aluminum alloy and acrylic construction
- 4 x 5.25" Drive Bays (external) 6 x 3.5" Drive Bays (2 x external, 4 x internal)
- Expansion Slots: 7
- Dual USB Ports
- 2 x 80mm fans (1 x top panel, 1 x back panel)
- Dimension (WxHxD): 196 x 452 x 520 mm
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#2
All it needs now is a decription of what it actually for sale ! !
#3
Is £70 cheap? I'd never pay that for a case without a psu personally
#4
that is one ugly looking case! :?
#5
SALE OFFER
was £109.99 ex vat
Now £59.99 (£70.49 inc VAT)

This deserves a bit of heat!

Coolermaster cases are at the high end of the range. These are usually bought by enthusiasts who will spend thousands on their machine so it is a good deal. Much better quality than a standard case.
#6
personally i think the stacker from ebuyer looks better and is ony £10 more
#7
This is very old stock and not really limited edition just discontinued cases found i a warehouse some time ago. These cases are limited on cooling due to not having any front air intake, and limited to 80mm fans one on the top one at the rear. http://www.atcscases.co.uk/ATC210c_DX1/index.html

The case is extremely well built and you wont find anything to match the quality in todays cases. A great piece of history to grab, but not so good for todays high spec systems.

Retail price when they were first released was nearer £200

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