A+ Case El Diablo ATX Case

Appearance - II

Appearance - night-time

Well, here are the night-time shots. I can honestly say that I've never owned or tested such a well lit PC case before. Some of you out there may look at the images and think "no....too much", whereas those of you who like all things bright and 'blue-tiful' may already be considering a purchase. I'm not a huge fan of in-your-face cases but this one somehow appealed, the lighting seemed to be bang on in terms of it matching the case's styling. I'll leave you to draw your own conclusions...

A shot of the front intake, looks pretty impressive...

El Diablo - Intake Fan Lit

The intensity of the lighting can be clearly seen here. Who needs domestic lighting when you've got a case which looks so good with the lights off!

El Diablo - Lighting

The lighting is simply phenomenal, if PC cases could be categorised on the basis of looks I'd say this case falls into the 'futuristic doorman' category!

This case may look good but let's find out what the internal layout is like on the next page...
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Most Recent Comments

17-11-2007, 15:22:35

Nice job dude. Looks like a solid case.

Just if they'd made it out of alu!

Gratz on the 1st review too Quote

17-11-2007, 15:41:52

not a case i'd personally go for

but good job on reviewing it, made a good read Quote

17-11-2007, 16:13:05

Case is quite ugly, good if your a fan freak though Quote

17-11-2007, 18:42:39

Originally Posted by name='Ham'
Nice job dude. Looks like a solid case.

Just if they'd made it out of alu!

Gratz on the 1st review too
Aye, tis a nice bit of kit....all boils down to what you like in the loks dept. really...Quote

17-11-2007, 19:44:10

What a stellar effort on your first review mate. You covered all of the main features/cons and provided good images to reinforce them. Well done ...keep up the great work.

The case actually looks interesting, and those larger fans seem to keep things well cooled. I'm a sucker for an aluminium case, but the steel used here is reflected in the price.Quote

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