Fry's Antec NSK 4400 Mid Tower Case $40 AR 3-8-7

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#1

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March 2, 2007 through March 8, 2007

[left]Coupon, original UPC product barcode and copy of your store receipt must be postmarked no later than 4/8/7.
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High-efficiency 380 Watt ATX12V v2.0 power supply
Advanced cooling system:

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[li]-1 Rear 120mm TriCool? 3-speed fan[/li][li]-1 Front mount for optional 80mm fan[/li][li]-1 Advanced Chassis Air Guide, with mount for optional 80mm fan[/li][/ul]
8 Drive Bays

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[li]-Front Accessible: 3 x 5.25?", 2 x 3.5?"[/li][li]-Internal: 3 x 3.5"? with silicone grommets to isolate drive vibrations[/li][/ul]
7 Expansion Slots
2 x USB 2.0 front bezel ports
0.8mm cold-rolled steel construction
Fits Micro ATX (9.6" x 9.6") and Standard ATX (12"x 9.6") motherboards
Free ground shipping


#2

Obviously Antec is top brnad name for PC case but 380W may be is not adaquate for new PCs these days.


#3

Hey TCAS or anyone. This is a great deal at OUTPOST.com.

http://shop4.outpost.com/product/4779979

Is this a quality stick?


#4

Corsair is a well known brand name. Their ValueSelect line of desktop memory is a good, solid value (I have used 20 or 30 pairs (both DDR and DDR2). They are not known as good overclockers. As this is notebook memory, I assume you are not going to overclock, so this should be an excellent memory module for you.


#5

Obviously, it is a very good deal coming from Antec but the PC you build with this case and its PS it can be heavy performance or gaming PC with 380W PS.