Tagan A+ CS-Monolize Review
Posted on: 07/10/2008 09:03 AM

OCC has published a new review on the Tagan A+ CS-Monolize

Having used many cases that I felt had good airflow made me skeptical of how well two giant 250mm fans would be able to balance the airflow in and out of the chassis while keeping the components from sitting in stagnant air and cooking. Tagan has done an excellent job making sure there is an avenue of escape for all of the air being pushed into the case. The venting on the top, sides, front and rear panels all allow the 300+ C.F.M to flow through almost completely unobstructed. You can really feel the airflow moving out of the vents. Initially, I was thinking there was no way that the volume of air would be turned over enough to not have a positive case pressure and create areas of stagnant air. That hunch got stronger when I realized there were no additional fans to help move the volume of air being ingested. Before checking the specifications on the fans, I measured the incoming airflow on each fan and was surprised that my measured numbers came within 5 C.F.M. of the rated flow. A bonus!

Tagan A+ CS-Monolize Review


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