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Sunbeam Tuniq 3 Mid-Tower Case Review -


Product: Sunbeam Tuniq 3 Mid-Tower Case
Date: November 3, 2007
Author: Frank Stroupe
Edited By: Bob Buskirk
Provided By: Tuniq
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Discussion: Discuss in Forums

A Look Inside

Opening the bezel, we see additional ventilation for the front fan. There's no way even the 120mm fan running on high will starve.

Upon opening the side panel, you can't help but notice another item unique to Sunbeamtech/Tuniq, the 3D Core fan rail. All of the 3D Core models have this rail for positioning fans inside of the case. The upper fan is mounted on a pivoting bracket, and there are several mounting positions for the rail itself, to lend a fair amount of flexibility to the positioning of the fan(s). Two 120mm fans are included with the rail.

Excepting for the fan rail, the Tuniq 3 is tool-free. There are five optical drive bays, two floppy bays, three hard drive bays, and 7 PCI expansion slots. There is also a rear 120mm fan included with the case. Each fan has a 4-pin Molex adapter, and a nice long power cable.

You can see, the wires for the CCFLs come through the bottom of the case, at the front of the feet, one on each side of the hard drive bay. There is a selection of screws and offsets, hard drive locking rails, and an installation manual included with the case. Enough of that.let's get a rig inside.

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