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RPC-170 Black 1U Rackmount Chassis

RPC-170 Black 1U Rackmount Chassis
alaAverage 3.4

3 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of RPC-170 Black 1U Rackmount Chassis. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. Views about the price and design are generally positive.

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On average, users rate this product 67/100.

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Does everything I needed

 

cable design is great, there is a hole in the mounting wall on each side and in the middle for cables to go through to the hard drives and cd drive. Power cable from my PSU barely reached the first hard drive, then was exactly perfect to the next hard...

Lots of room, large number of fans, great cable management

Fans are very noisy, but since its in a rack elsewhere not really an issue ; Came with several different back plates for motherboards, none fit my board, so I ended up going back plate-less ; CD rom drive bay is very very snug and the spring loaded...

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Good, but don't rely on the pics or the specs

 

I'd have sent this back if I didn't have an urgent need. The single I/O back panel that it comes with does not (of course) fit the SuperMicro mobo that I put in it. No big deal -- it works, but it looks ugly and unfinished. I'm also not happy with the...

Is actually a 1U case that will hold 3x3.5" disks or 2x3.5" disks and 1x5.25" device. Almost all edges are rolled or deburred, so it would be somewhat difficult to bleed on or in this case. The fans move a bunch of air. It's cheap

Does NOT come with screwless, easy-to-remove top cover. Does NOT come with multiple I/O back panels

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Good Server Chassis

 

The cons mentioned above are the only reason this case doesn't get five eggs. I've bought three of these so far.

Well designed, sturdy case capable of handling ATX and eATX motherboards. Rolled edges on the chassis keep your cables from getting torn up as well as your fingers. The case cover slides on and off with relative ease

The fan array PCB is flimsy and could have been supported better. The 5.25" bay could have been designed a bit better too. As it is, you have to pull out the 3.5" to 5.25" caddy and peel off the thin snap rail to use it on a CD drive. If you don't do...

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