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jamesk002

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I run a PC a hardware store in Canada. I am about to begin sales of custom PC cabinets. I will be getting them manufactured by a custom metal parts dealer bayview metals. I would like to know what are the thing people miss out in the cabinets already available in the market. I have decided to add maximum ports and provided maximum cooling. What else do people like to have in their cabinets? I want to know what can be can do to make a cabinet dust proof and shock proof. Looking forward to some genuine answers :)
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 "make a cabinet dust proof and shock proof"  dust proof might  shorten its life? The current Temp in my box is 115F DVR's, DVD's, Radio Repeaters, all need air circulation - PC's also . Channel Master http://www.channelma...a_DVR_s/336.htmtried sealing there units with a HD inside. Now they overheat!  Shock proof, advise on a good APC-UPS backup or Belkin. Bottom line is if its going to be custom PC cabinet, ask or let the buyer tell you what he wants.... If he knows he will tell you. Right down to the Chip, Video Card make, ect.... I did this in a small town where they built a pc with what I wanted in it. (that was in 2006, still like brand new)  If there a newbee? Throw some ideas at them for the applications there going to use it for...... 


Edited by Santini, 22 January 2016 - 04:55 PM.

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I have finalised the design and everything is set for production. I hope the custom metal parts are good. The designer at Bayview Metals in Ontario helped me sort things out. I just hope that everything goes fine. 


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Hmmmm? If your case looks better than an Asus Im definitely buying one.


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