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are you planning on removing that handle when done, if it can be removed? it looks a bit weird now...
     
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Originally Posted by 3930K View Post

Please.... :3

Nils. Is. MDPC.



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are you planning on removing that handle when done, if it can be removed? it looks a bit weird now...

Handle?
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Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

Handle?
I think he means the super-duper tech station emergency ejection stabilizer.
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Originally Posted by barkinos98 View Post

are you planning on removing that handle when done, if it can be removed? it looks a bit weird now...
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Originally Posted by Electrocutor View Post

I think he means the super-duper tech station emergency ejection stabilizer.

If so....then no. The slide out motherboard tray is one of the coolest features of the CaseLabs cases. Built-in tech station. Very cool.
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If so....then no. The slide out motherboard tray is one of the coolest features of the CaseLabs cases. Built-in tech station. Very cool.
But the rubber feet are too tall to stay connected while sliding in, so it misses the extraordinarily cool mark.
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Originally Posted by Electrocutor View Post

But the rubber feet are too tall to stay connected while sliding in, so it misses the extraordinarily cool mark.

Where does "uber-cool" fit in on the sliding scale?
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Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

Where does "uber-cool" fit in on the sliding scale?

When the case frame itself is a radiator with water channels? I'm not really sure.

[Edit]
Clarification:
The tech station has built-in auto-connect quick disconnects that engage and disengage when sliding the station into and out of the chassis which connect to a copper tubing framework throughout the case, using the aluminum structure as a radiator. I'm not sure if that reaches "uber" or not, but it would have to be pretty close.
Edited by Electrocutor - 9/6/12 at 12:46pm
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When the case frame itself is a radiator with water channels? I'm not really sure.

Now there is a thought.

I know Zalman did one a while ago where there was a rad built in to one side of the case (the LQ1000) but to make the whole case a radiator... That really would be something.
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Sadly, I have been reading from the start. And watching first hand the "epicness" of this build. It truly is amazing and a work of art. I knew nothing about computers prior to this and now know more than I probably wished I did. It has been an education for sure. I am so incredibly proud and awed at what Chris has/is doing. I would just like to have the living room back. rolleyes.gif

LOL it has got to be his wife!!!! And no you will never get the living room back, just wait until it consumes the kitchen, basement, patio,bathroom and then finally the bedroom.HAHAHA biggrin.gif
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Chris needs his GF...
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