Hi. Both our PC's are getting a bit long in the tooth, my wife's one keeps beeping overnight, "morse code" style if left on.
I'm thinking of building two new ones. She spends a lot of time online, often with 4 or 5 pages with 15 or so tabs, plus 4 or 5 chat tabs and Big Fish online games.
I don't use mine as heavily but do like flight sims.
Would this case be a suitable base for our "next Generation"? Any other (polite) suggestions welcome.
In-Win Griffin Midi Tower Mesh Gaming Case with 22cm Fan E-Sata Port
- Excellent thermal solution – 22cm side fan, 9cm rear fan, space for 3 x 12cm fans
- Tool-free design – tool-free installation of ODD, FDD, HDD drives and a screwless side panel
- High expansion capability – 10 drive bay capacity, including 4 x 5.25”& 1 x 3.5” external bays, along with 5 x 3.5” internal bays
- Hidden front I/O ports - the hidden front I/O port design still allows the easy access and removal of the eSATA, USB and audio connections
Griffin, the legendary creature has returned! Combining aircraft and science fiction design, the Griffin is making its own rules when it comes down to deliver the best in the gaming chassis battlefield. Hidden front I/O slots with 3D structure features, a tremendous 22cm fan, the ability to accommodate a high-end VGA card up to 280mm and 10 drive bays are only few of the features this royal member of In Win family has. The Griffin, as the symbol of power, represents strength and the pride of heaven and earth and is ready to win any battle for you. Every detail of this chassis defines it as an outstanding gaming machine soul.
Griffin is more than just a case; it offers an ample space for future expansions and makes assembling a PC a fun, easy, and enjoyable experience. The Griffin not only offers a supreme design concept but also tremendous features for both novice gamers and pro players.
On offer at Maplins.