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Danger Den Black Series Tower 21

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Posted March 14, 2011 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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by Jake
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Introduction

Chassis are one of the things that you can’t avoid when it comes to making a decision to build a new computer system. Whether it is the typical desktop tower or even a work bench it’s there sitting in front of you, day in an out. And in many cases, it’s there for everyone else to see as well. In fact you might even say it is the first impression that your system conveys to those around you, and you know what they say about first impressions. Indeed, a system case often speaks volumes about our personality.

There are some great cases on the market, no doubt, but typically they’re varations of a metal tower. But what if you’re looking for something unique, something to set you apart from the rest? What if you want to make a statement, or better yet, perhaps a work of art to showcase not only your hardware but also your passion for the hardware? Ah, now that can be tricky.

There is an option that springs to mind: an acrylic case. Yes, the clear case can certainly make a statement, but using one in a build requires patience. After all, it’s essentially naked to the outside, for everyone to see not only your hardware but potentially your shortcomings as well.

Danger Den is one company that customizes in acrylic cases to suit various needs and aesthetic preferences. And today we’re looking at the Black Series Tower 21, a full tower clear case that seeks to make a big impression. Want a new water cooling setup? Want some unique styling? Read on, the Danger Den Tower 21 might be just up your alley.

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