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CrazyPC Silver Vampire ATX Mid-Tower Case

Company: CrazyPC
Product: Silver Vampire ATX Mid-Tower Case
Date Reviewed: December 17, 2004
Retail price: $61.99 USD
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel
Supplied By & Available At: CrazyPC



CrazyPC's Vampire mid-tower case is one of those unique novelty cases that appeal to the PC enthusiast / gamer that really wants to show off their computer. The case is made from 0.7mm steel, and features a side window with 80mm blue LED fan, along with a front 120mm blue LED fan. A 120mm top blowhole or top window with 80mm blowhole can be ordered with this case, providing additional cooling. The case does have thumbscrews on the side panels for tool-less entry, however you will need a screwdriver to mount the motherboard and components inside.


Features & Specifications:


  • Side Window with 80mm Blue LED fan, customer blade fan guard, and fan air duct!
  • Decorative eyes that light up blue located on the front of the case
  • Front door cover hides external drive bays
  • 11 Drive bays total
  • 1 x 120mm Blue LED Fan included in front of case
  • CrazyPC mounting bracket for a 120mm fan in rear of case (fan sold separately)
  • 2 x USB 2.0 ports on front of case, Microphone and Headphone jacks
  • Power supply options available. NO Power Supply by default.
  • Thumbscrews on side panel for tool-less entry


  • Motherboard Type: ATX Form Factor 12.50" x 10" Or Smaller
  • Frame Material: 0.7MM SECC Steel Metal
  • Included Cooling Fans:
    • 1 x 120mm Blue LED Fan in front of case
    • 1 x 80mm Blue LED mounted on side window with air duct
  • I/O Ports: 2 x USB 2.0, Microphone & headphone
  • Mounting Kits: Included
  • Hard Drive & Power LEDs: Included
  • Total Bays: 11
  • External Bays Available: 4 x 5.25"; 2 x 3.5"
  • Internal Bays Available: 5 x 3.5"
  • Actual Dimension (LxWxH): 20" x 8" x 17"
  • Number of slots: 7
  • Power Supply: Not Included


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