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Wow, just looking at the gallery, makes me wanna toss my HAF X out the window, very good quality gear.
    
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I don't get it.. is it a case or some mod addon?
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post
And it murders 99.99999% of all cases out there. Murderbox, CaseLabs, and Little Devil are the only way to go for high end chassis.
Don't forget Windy cases .
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I don't get it.. is it a case or some mod addon?
It's a case that has been modded that will be available for purchase. Alternatively, you can buy a stock TJ07 yourself and buy individual mods for it from their website.
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Don't forget Windy cases .

It's a case that has been modded that will be available for purchase. Alternatively, you can buy a stock TJ07 yourself and buy individual mods for it from their website.
To clarify, the MKII is an all new chassis. The only thing remaining of the TJ07 is the actual frame, but everything else internally is re-designed from the ground up. So while the chassis will still have the same form-factor as the original TJ07, everything else about it is different.

No one really knows what the insides look like, what their functionality is, so we'll just have to wait for the unveil or if Charles posts info on Murderbox.com (Murdermod is no more).
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First, don't chastise me about staying on topic when you went off topic in the first place, then try to shut me up on the matter that you not only use subpar materials but try to persuade more money out of your customers than what they should be paying by providing a "remedy." And most KNOW it's a waste, some don't.
I'm not sure where this hatred is coming from. I've purchased products and dealt with Nils many times in the past and he's a great guy. So's Smasher. Both of them offer good products and if anything, the competition only benefits us, the consumers, by driving down cost's and forcing innovation.

Is it silly spending $600 on a PSU? Put into the perspective of spending $6000 on a full murderbox, that's actually not too bad. The $600 for a fully customized PSU to my standards with custom PSU cables, power coating, laser cutting and sleeving (twice) is not unreasonable at all. I've sleeved a TX750 in the past, and that took me a good 16 hrs. That was $770 of my time in labor alone. It may not be so for you, but to me, it's actually a very good deal.

Both the murderbox and what smasher is doing are targeted at people with the money, but not the time to do it themselves. I've been happy with both companies so far and see no reason to hate on either of them.
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I'm not sure where this hatred is coming from. I've purchased products and dealt with Nils many times in the past and he's a great guy. So's Smasher. Both of them offer good products and if anything, the competition only benefits us, the consumers, by driving down cost's and forcing innovation.

Is it silly spending $600 on a PSU? Put into the perspective of spending $6000 on a full murderbox, that's actually not too bad. The $600 for a fully customized PSU to my standards with custom PSU cables, power coating, laser cutting and sleeving (twice) is not unreasonable at all. I've sleeved a TX750 in the past, and that took me a good 16 hrs. That was $770 of my time in labor alone. It may not be so for you, but to me, it's actually a very good deal.

Both the murderbox and what smasher is doing are targeted at people with the money, but not the time to do it themselves. I've been happy with both companies so far and see no reason to hate on either of them.
This! This is a hobby to most of us. There is no reason to use anything other than a stock - basic case, yet we all obsess over the next new thing. Some people have more to spend on their hobbies. I cringe when I see someone drop over $600 on a graphics card, yet there are people with several. To each his own. As far as sleeving over the heatshrink, it really makes the white bright. I have seen both first hand and can verify the difference. If someone wants a particular service and has the $$ to pay for it, someone will offer it.

And..back on topic....Ohhhh, myyyyyy, this case is going to be epic.
Can't wait to see the whole thing.
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First off, for the people, who think the price is ridiculus, just don't buy this case.

With a this level of case such as LittleDevil case,
it is not just a case for regular air-cooling case.

It seems to me, most of expensive-as-hell cases are designed for watercooling.

For example, let's talk about littledevil

The reason why buy littledevil case is worth it, is....
There are really few cases in the market you can cram in
multiple 120.4/140.4 radiators inside of case

Yes, you can take those radiators out from your cases, but that looks
ugly and that makes more noise.

If you want to make a great looking WC loop, and cram in all radiators inside of
case without having some uber modding tools; there is no choice except
buying super expensive case.


Back to the MKII, considering past-MurderBox was pretty nice. So I expect pretty high.

But without any internal photo shot, it is too early to be excited.
As someone said before, photoshot with an extreme angle can make any case looks excellent.

I think we need to wait for new photos came out to judge the case is worth it or not.
My guess is probably it is.
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post #78 of 531
2011, NOT 2012(96% sure of that... i hope)

The interior design of this chassis is utterly revolutionary(not to sound like steve jobs (RIP)... but it's the complete truth). I know Charles can't wait to unleash the MKII on the PC enthusiast world, in all it's glory. I can't either. It's coming. Soon. A new level of kick-assory will have to be created just for the MKII.

this is all speculation of course.
Edited by holt8137 - 10/9/11 at 12:09am
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Didn't even know this thread was here. I created one in the case section:
http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...rbox-mkii.html
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new teaser pic on official website
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