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Old 06-01-2007, 01:29 AM   #1
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Default ASUS Vento 7700

Long known as a high quality motherboard manufacturer, Asus isnít normally included in conversations about computer chassis. With their Vento line of gaming cases, Asus looks to expand their reach even further into the gaming industry. Is it worth it or should they stick to motherboards? We intend to find out.

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I took a temperature reading coming off the back of the unit at 99 degrees.

Q6600+8800GTS+850W PSU= 99 degrees.

Double aluminum walled case design keeps EMF's inside where they belong.

With the PSUs reaching 1500Watts it's like leaving a high powered blow driver on in the sink. It's emitting high EMFs that you should be shielded from, and nobody does this better than the Asus Vento 7700
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