A+ Case El Diablo ATX Case



This case is undoubtedly a great performer. If we remove aesthetics from the equation there is no getting away from the impressive idle and load temperatures which were derived from the tests. However, what makes this case such a great performer, may also put traditionalists off. If you have a high specification PC which generates alot of heat and you like your cases well lit, look no further, El Diablo will not dissappoint.

However, if you are a traditionalist who dislikes cases of this ilk then you're missing out on the opportunity of owning what is probably one of the best air-cooled cases around.

Looking at the price, the case is available for around £75. When one considers some of the features and cooling potential on tap I think that's great value for money.

The case is available for purchase from both CCL and eBuyer.

• Cooling ability with speed controllable case fans
• Solid good quality construction
• Looks/lighting
• Excellent value
• Some water cooling prep.
• Thumbscrews
• Tool-less drive rails

- No dustfilters fitted to the fans
- Large side panel fan LEDs required adjustment
- Looks/lighting
- Plastic top I/O panel door

The A+ El Diablo gets a "Value For Money" Award and a "Recommended" Award because it is a solid performer and it's well within most enthusiast's budget.

Value For $$ Award Recommended Award

Thanks again to Nanopoint for providing this case for review.

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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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