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Anidees AI Crystal Mid-Tower Case Review

Anidees tells us, "It's not just a case with glass side panel." Fair enough, and most enthusiasts know they either want to be able to peek inside and feel the satisfaction of their handiwork. Assuredly though, now days you need more features than just a glass door to satisfy system builders.

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Temperature Testing

Standard Hardware Configuration

With an ambient room temperature of 24آ°C / 75آ°F and the fans on the "low" setting, our standard hardware configuration test system generated the following temperatures:

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The performance of the Anidees AI Crystal in standard hardware configuration is very impressive. The three pre-installed 140mm fans made quick work of the heat generated by our system. It seems that the somewhat restrictive vents on the side of the tempered glass front panel was not an issue after all. Let's move on to the enthusiast testing and see how this chassis performs loaded with hardware.

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Enthusiast Hardware Configuration

Running our tests in enthusiast trim, with the ambient room temperature once again at 24آ°C / 75آ°F and the fans on the "low" setting, our test system generated the following temperatures:

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The AI Crystal handled the heat generated by our enthusiast hardware configuration with ease. Regardless how much hardware we installed in our test system, this chassis was able to remove the heat as fast as it was generated.

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