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Link to the side window?
What's the weight?
Amazing looking case, strongly considering the purchase.
One small issue, though.
If you place a radiator at the bottom or at the front you end up having no HDD cage. You guys should have made a small one (50% of the current one's size) which could be placed where the current one is above the bottom radiator or behind the front mounted radiator.

Just one out of many retail outlets who will be selling the window: http://ncix.com/products/?sku=66820
We include a 5.25" to 3.5" hard drive adapter.

As for the weight issue, I guess marketing did not publish that yet. I will inform the product manager and let you know as soon as I get a reply.
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Well, I hope it comes with the side window in India, we cant ship from out of the country.
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This case looks awesomeness. Hopefully I can build a puter soon.
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Got the update.
13.33kg, which is about 29lb's.
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Just one out of many retail outlets who will be selling the window: http://ncix.com/products/?sku=66820
We include a 5.25" to 3.5" hard drive adapter.
As for the weight issue, I guess marketing did not publish that yet. I will inform the product manager and let you know as soon as I get a reply.
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Got the update.
13.33kg, which is about 29lb's.
Excellent, thanks for the info! thumb.gif
The window looks nice. I would prefer a version without fan holes, though (same goes for other WC enthusiasts, I guess). Is there a possibility of such version becoming available in the future?
Edited by zalbard - 1/20/12 at 2:25am
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Hey guys just wanted to share an unboxing of the case from Linus. I personally love the water cooling options and how much space it has thumb.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zH4OKZWcI4Q&feature=g-all-u&context=G2f1d1f0FAAAAAAAAAAA
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post #37 of 130
29 lbs for a full-tower ain't too bad. The Corsair 800D is about 39-40 lbs unloaded (and if you have all equipment, including watercooling gear, it's upwards of 80 lbs).

Definitely like what I see this time around from BF. Though, I did find one other gripe, the "Made in China" and Trashbin stamps on the back of the chassis.
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Excellent, thanks for the info! thumb.gif
The window looks nice. I would prefer a version without fan holes, though (same goes for other WC enthusiasts, I guess). Is there a possibility of such version becoming available in the future?

I'm with you on this one. never have been a fan of holes if any sort in a clear side panel.
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post #39 of 130
I wouldn't necessarily call the window clear at all. It's a dark tint and it's perfect with LED's.
Although I do agree to a certain extent on having no fans on the side window, having the fan mounts there provides option for higher airflow. Ive brought this up to the product manager before, so if you guys could drop us a suggestion found under the contact us section at >>HERE<< that would be great.
Edited by xbournex - 1/20/12 at 12:06pm
post #40 of 130
So many great cases coming out lately, I thought the 810 would be my next purchase but this might have beaten it out handily since it can fit so many rads out of the box. I'm highly impressed with my bitfenix fans so I might give the case a go too when I build my X79 system later this year. I too would prefer a solid window but the fact that a window panel is available already is nice.
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