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Old 26th July, 2005, 09:25 PM
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I disagree. They are far too brittle. If you mean plexiglass as in acrylic, then it is a very brittle plastic. It is also a thermoplastic, so if you have a couple of raptors or ltos of stuff the plastic may soften slightly.
I suppose you're right aghastpumpkin, But who would use a plexiglass case if they soften slightly under high thermal conditions, imagine a SLI setup and a couple of raptors in there. If you are gonna put a simple computer in a plexiglass case then by all means do it. For high performance pc's always go for a case which offers good air ventilation and sturdiness when being transported etc.
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