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Old 18th October, 2010, 08:19 PM
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Antec Dark Fleet 35 Gaming Tower

Case reviewed by Pro Overclockers, see front page:
Antec Dark Fleet 35 Gaming Tower

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Old 19th October, 2010, 01:10 PM
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I'm not usually like this, but who is it that writes this drivel?

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Antec has been around for some time now and during most of it they have been one of the best producers of PC towers almost other components. Over the past couple of years we have seen them build on their gaming series line cases. One of which is the popular Hundred Series, that has proven to be one of the best ventilated cases on the market. But here today Antec is tending to build on the popularity of the Hundred series with the new Dark Fleet line of cases.

The Dark Fleet currently consist of four models: FD-10, DF-30, DF-35, and the big dog the DF-85. We will be taking a look at the DF-35 models which is identical to that of the DF-30 but the DF-35 has built-in hot-swap bays for hard drives. However, what makes it unique is that bolt new face.
I just love it when I see something I'd like to read, but I work so hard to understand the very first sentence that I just can't continue.

The quality of writing on the Internet is so low that I sometimes wonder why anyone even attempts to read it. I did get through this one, with great difficulty. It is absolutely riddled with grammatical errors. Where are the editors? These days everything seems to have been put through Google translator or something like it.

Incidentally, *nice* box.


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Well, I found this on their "contact us" page. I was really hoping it was a European/Asian/Middle Eastern site - that would, at least, be an acceptable explanation - but I have abandoned all hope now.

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Name: Tony Walker aka TDub
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Contact: tdub@pro-clockers.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Name: Clinton Elmore aka Werewolfdaddy
Position(s): Reviewer and Editorial writer
Contact: werewolfdaddy@pro-clockers.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Name: Scott Graham
Position(s): Reviewer
Clearly the staff is English-speaking. They should be ashamed.
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