Skrevet af Nicolas den
18. Mar 2010. Testen er vist 16250 gange.
Inside the case The entire interior is painted black. A special feature of the previous "PURE" version was the interior paint, but now the new version has it as well. The internal structure of the CM 690 II Advanced case is good, and there's plenty of space. A lot of cables is run through the front panel because of the hot swapping feature, and all the other connections - something you should think about
The VGA holder is installed using 4 screws, and supports a 80mm fan if extra cooling is needed. The VGA holder acts as a support for graphics cards, preventing them from shaking around during transport.
Midi-towers usually have poor cable management, but that's not the case with the CM 690 II Advanced case that has plenty of oval holes for cables. Changing CPU cooler is easy, as Cooler Master has designed the case with a CPU cooler exchanging hole. The square CPU cooler exchange hole is extra large, giving the optional 80mm exhaust fan a bigger area to work in.