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Moneual MonCaso Sonamu G100 Case Review

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Introduction

The MonCaso Sonamu G100 is a small form factor (SFF) case from Moneual, which comes with a 350 W power supply and promises zero consumption when in standby mode, thanks to a relay that completely removes the power supply from the power grid when the computer is turned off. Therefore, this case is sold as having an “environmental-friendly design.” The problem, however, is that the manufacturer decided to use one of the worst power supplies available on the market, the Logisys PS350MA, which presents efficiency below 80%, thus creating a big contradiction. Read on.

The MonCaso Sonamu G100 is designed to be standing like a tower case (see Figures 1 and 2).

Moneual MonCaso Sonamu G100 caseFigure 1: Moneual MonCaso Sonamu G100 case

Moneual MonCaso Sonamu G100 caseFigure 2: Moneual MonCaso Sonamu G100 case

The left-side panel has two meshes to allow cold air to enter your computer.

Moneual MonCaso Sonamu G100 caseFigure 3: The left-side panel