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Linkworld 43716-128FU+P04 black/silver Steel MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case 430W Power Supply

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  • Steel MicroATX Mini Tower
  • USB / Audio Front Ports
  • 430W Power Supply

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LinkWorld has created a case to have room for all you need at a cost that will allow you to afford more things to fill it! The Model 43716-128FU+P04 is a simple but not dull case with a nice clean look that will be welcome on anyone's desk. Inside the case, you'll find ample space to accommodate your motherboard and drives. A fan is pre-installed to provide efficient heat dissipation for a stable and reliable system operation. A convenient I/O panel is also included to provide easy access to your peripherals.

  • newegg Efficient Ventilation The Linkworld 43716-128FU+P04 case comes equipped with a 90mm rear fan and side air duct for efficient ventilation and effective system cooling.
  • newegg 430W PSU A 430W power supply unit is included to provide strong and stable power output for all your components.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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4/ 5
Very Nice

Comments: This case works very well for me; I actually don't mind the bendable case metal because it allows me to finagle stuff around, you know how it is getting all your stuff to sit right in there.

BUT the system would only turn on for 0.3 seconds before powering down--I didn't know if it was bad PS or if I got bad RAM or what. Read the reviews on here and saw many others had said put duck tape or electrical tape over the scr*w holes or else it shorts the board. Thankfully my board (or this power supply?) was smart enough to power itself down each time. Well I did the duct tape trick and voila, works perfectly. Power supply works fine for minimalist HTPC (core i3 HD3000 blu ray 1.5 TB HD).


I am happy with this case, crossing my fingers it lasts.

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4/ 5
Good Case, bad PSU

Comments: i would have still bought case for the price. 4 eggs only because they advertised a PSU...and all i got was a box that sparked.

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4/ 5
Question on PSU.
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4/ 5
Good on a tight budget

Pros: Power supply is quiet and stable. Split PLED end. Plenty of included hardware.

Cons: Somewhat flimsy, rattles easy. Poorly designed hard drive cage. Cooling is weak.

Other Thoughts: Good for those on a budget. Advanced features and rock-solid construction were not required for a computer that cost less than $300. Good for what it is.

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4/ 5
A decent little case

Pros: This case is a straight forward, sleek, functional case. It's colors match up well for both professional, and home environments. The design and style are simple, but attractive and effective. You can fit a few drives in it with ease. It comes with a 430W PSU which has a pretty quiet fan, but flows nicely.

Cons: The case material is too thin. One of the thinnest I've seen. This isn't a case you will want to be lugging around to LAN parties or having out in the wide open, because the material will not hold up to abuse.

The inside is the same story. The expansion bay framing is very thin, and will bend easily so you have to do your best to be easy mounting hardware inside.

The corners feel strong enough, but all the other sides are flimsy enough to dent very easily. That having been said, it is strong enough to hold all the internals and keep them safe, as long as you handle the box carefully and put it somewhere it won't catch a stray foot or get tipped over. Do not try to put pressure on the sides, because it will not take much.

You will probably have trouble fitting a massive video card in this mini case.

Other Thoughts: All in all, I wouldn't have qualms with buying more of these cases. I actually prefer the styling of this case over many of the more expensive ones. It is a nice little package that fulfill all the needs of a budget build, looks nice for a professinal or home build.

But I wouldn't recommend this mini tower for a PC that will be moved around or in an area it will take a couple bumps because the case will end up showing it.

Bottom line, if you're careful during the build, handle it with care, and keep it out of reach of feet and elbows, it is a very nice case that makes for a great budget build container.

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1/ 5
PSU doesn't work

Pros: I already reviewed the case, it's pretty good, and deserves a 5.

Cons: The PSU doesn't work, not at all. Tried it on 2 boards. It's good enough to make some LEDs turn on, but that's all.

Other Thoughts: If I rate the PSU a 1 and the Case a 5, that averages to about 3, which is what I'd rate it now. It still makes a good case, just the PSU doesn't work. Not gonna bother RMAing it, too much effort to undo the case and pay to ship it back and then wait, when I could just spend like $20 and get another cheap PSU and hope for the best :P

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Ownership: less than 1 day
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5/ 5
No big complaints

Pros: Looks nice
Fits all my hardware without any problems
Small size
None of it was bent, damaged or broken (LEDs and stuff all work)

Cons: Feels flimsy, but once you put it together it's fine. The HD mount was maybe the worst lol. My HD was just flapping all around until I opened the other side and scre wed (<-- censored lol) it in over there. The metal seems thin and bendable, but again it's not really a problem.

Other Thoughts: Didn't try the PSU yet, my brother was gonna use it to replace his old one that died, but that old one happened to kill his mobo too, so that will have to wait another few business days.

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4/ 5
Pretty good

Pros: Actually pretty impressed for the money. The case is pretty flimsy but not once everything is installed.

Cons: Hard drive mount was pretty disappointing.

Other Thoughts: For the price and it coming with a 430 Watt power supply this is not a bad deal. Like everything else, you get what you pay for.

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