Kingwin’s KT-436 cases drew more than just a little attention to the small case company. Since November, we have received dozens of questions regarding this case, and more frequently, when will the next revision unveil itself? Today, we bring you one of the first looks at Kingwin’s next generation Aluminum chassis.

Kingwin’s design has changed significantly from the KT-436. We commended Kingwin on improving upon the Lian Li design in the KT-436, while keeping the cost down.

Without further delay, here is our first look at Kingwin’s newest case line, the KT-424 series.

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  • Anonymous User - Wednesday, August 20, 2003 - link

    #3 - no need for a grounding cable, remember there's two grounds in the power connector.

    kris - is the typo the only comment worthy of a response from you?
  • KristopherKubicki - Tuesday, August 19, 2003 - link


    Thanks for the typo! I have fixed the article.

  • yak8998 - Tuesday, August 19, 2003 - link

    On the benchmarks page, under decibel measurements, you list "Kingwin KT-436-BK-WM Aluminum" as the first and last case. I'm assuming one of these should be the 424...? Reply
  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, August 19, 2003 - link

    i want to adress something off topic does anybody know if the case from ocsystem the OCSystem Diamond Warp Super 10bay Tower Case anygood its for 55$ sounds pretty good looking at the specs Reply
  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, August 19, 2003 - link

    Wouldn't the harddrives need grounding cables? (because of the rubber mounting grommets) Reply
  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, August 19, 2003 - link

    you make fun of them for typos, why not fix your own? think? thick? etc... Reply
  • Anonymous User - Tuesday, August 19, 2003 - link

    one thing that would make this review a lot better - higher res pictures. MUCH higher res. just make them clickable to enlarge like the old days of AT Reply

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