Anidees AI Crystal XL Review
Published: 2nd April 2018 | Source: Anidees | Price: |
As per usual you get the standard bags of screws and cable ties that you've come to expect when you buy a case, and of course a set of instructions.
It does have to be said though that the instructions are pretty scant at best, and it has to be said, crappy at worst. Basically all you get is a double sided piece of A4 paper which looks like it's on its ten thousandth photocopy.
On the plus side you do get a handy dandy little remote control, from which you can control the fans. And when we say control, we mean control. From this little chap you can adjust the speed of the fans as well as their colour and the brightness of the LEDs. You can also move between the various fleshing and pulsing modes on offer. Basically, this little remote enables near God like control of your fans. Thank God they put "RF wireless" on the bottom of it, other wise we'd have to assume it was some sort of witch-craft.
Remember all those holes in the motherboard tray? Sure you do...Well this is what they're for. Should you be looking to eschew a rad in the front of the case and are desperate to house more SSDs and HDDs than the average PC in 1995 had then you'll be wanting to install these eight HDD trays.