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Originally Posted by Lucky 13 SpeedShop View Post
True, and I would expect the same similarities between the earlier generation and the MK II also. Although, I'd have to disagree on the anything concerning EK & nickle. I wouldn't touch that with a 10' pole. Of the two Murderbox examples on MDPC, I prefer this one here.
That one has EK nickel Plexi VGA waterblock
with the transparent case top, and transparent VGA waterblock.
You can see the coolant is flowing.
Well, I meant, it is gorgeous if you used color coolant

The reason why I linked the not better one, because I heard mk II is
'more affordable' version of previous murderbox,
and the link I put on was less modded one, so I expect
level of less modded one.

I also more like link you gave me, but then it is expensive version of old murderbox rather than 'more affordable' one
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post #92 of 531
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A CaseLabs case pretty much destroys this thing in almost every way. And I'm sure for a fraction of the cost.

What's the big attraction anyways?
Pretty much this destroys a caselabs case.

No wonder your description "Graphics Cards aficionado"
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post #93 of 531
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A CaseLabs case pretty much destroys this thing in almost every way. And I'm sure for a fraction of the cost.

What's the big attraction anyways?
state that a CaseLabs destroys this case, then asks questions about the case showing you don't know anything about it.
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How in the world does it appear that there are no seams between the front panel and the unibody?

Is it really possible that the murderbox folks got their hands on the badass industrial metal working equipment which made Silverstone's design possible?
Wait what?

I was under the impression that Silverstone is manufacturing the case from the start, and there is no "front plate" like the old case...and instead the front design is just part of the unibody?
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I'm sure a hard working guy like Charles really appreciates all this feedback from people that know nothing of case modding, what is involved in producing a product, or the amount of time and money that must be invested to bring 40 new pieces to market.

/sarcasm

Makes me really want to work super hard and spend every penny I have on a case mod company...o wait...I already did that.

So go buy your cheap ass Chinese Sweat Shop mass produced case and be happy. Whatever you do don't support small businessmen. Sneer at their work and keep them down.
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Right on!
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That one has EK nickel Plexi VGA waterblock
with the transparent case top, and transparent VGA waterblock.
You can see the coolant is flowing.
Well, I meant, it is gorgeous if you used color coolant

The reason why I linked the not better one, because I heard mk II is
'more affordable' version of previous murderbox,
and the link I put on was less modded one, so I expect
level of less modded one.

I also more like link you gave me, but then it is expensive version of old murderbox rather than 'more affordable' one
Yes but, pretty & plating problems are something that while on one hand attacts me...and on the other totally turns me off to a product. Otherwise, your reasoning is sound, and I agree 100%.

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I'm sure a hard working guy like Charles really appreciates all this feedback from people that know nothing of case modding, what is involved in producing a product, or the amount of time and money that must be invested to bring 40 new pieces to market.

/sarcasm

Makes me really want to work super hard and spend every penny I have on a case mod company...o wait...I already did that.

So go buy your cheap ass Chinese Sweat Shop mass produced case and be happy. Whatever you do don't support small businessmen. Sneer at their work and keep them down.
+1 It's a pity that many don't appreciate the labor of love that goes into an artisans works. Some things, suffice it to say...are nearly impossible to put a price on. But, people trying to justify buying mass produced products when compared to such is ridiculous.

What would the value be of your normal modern contract labor built church with the same square footage, contrasted with say...the Sistine Chapel? The home of Michelangelo's greatest works...

Perspective, it's all about it.
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.......awaits 2k price-tag.
This. The TJ-11 is already +$600 so this could hit $1k, or more
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I'm sure a hard working guy like Charles really appreciates all this feedback from people that know nothing of case modding, what is involved in producing a product, or the amount of time and money that must be invested to bring 40 new pieces to market.

/sarcasm

Makes me really want to work super hard and spend every penny I have on a case mod company...o wait...I already did that.

So go buy your cheap ass Chinese Sweat Shop mass produced case and be happy. Whatever you do don't support small businessmen. Sneer at their work and keep them down.
+Rep on that. The nubscrubs who don't even know what Murderbox (and formally Murdermod) is all about should just keep their mouths shut.

Charles is one of, if not THE most respected name in all of PC modding. It's a pity that there are so many naive and cheapskate users on this forum.

I'd rather pay for a CaseLabs (already did, actually), Little Devil, or Murderbox any day than pony over a couple hundred bucks on a half-assed, mass produced case. Especially when the cost of one of these cases is less than 1/4 to 1/2 the price of the gear I'd be throwing in it every year or two.
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