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post #81 of 190
first time a case has excited me.
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post #82 of 190
They have something unique and they know it, hence the highway robbery pricing.
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post #83 of 190
make it available by itself, and I'm in, hopefully they are gauging interest on the interwebz and see that we want JUST THE CASE!!
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post #84 of 190
I hope to see designs like this in the future...SilverStone is in need of good competition as their recent lineup are nothing more than a disaster in industrial design and engineering...Their Raven line up looks so bad that it makes low end Cooler Master case look good. And their only good cases with 90 degree motherboard trays are probably their FT02 and TJ11...However the TJ11 is a disaster in itself for being nothing more than a oversized mid tower that doesn't even support SSI-EEB and HTPX formfactors out of the box despite being more expensive than a Case Labs case. rolleyes.gif
post #85 of 190
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do-it.gif

Seriously, do it.

It's how I'm doing my scratch built laptop shell and the pedestal for my Corsair Air 540...

yeah... i know i should. the problem is if i start that DIY project it will just expand and include custom water cooling loops, with self made copper water-blocks... i tend to go overboard once i start, almost as if i'm trying to see how cheap and neurotic i can be. I'll pat myself on the back when it's done and brag about how i made a kick ass custom water loop and custom case for less then $x... as if i set out to do all that under $x... when in reality i just got neurotic and cheap halfway in; of course nothing will be planned and by the time i'm done, i'll have dug up my front yard to make a geothermic cooling loop for my water-loop, knocked down a wall or two to make the water-loop a somewhat permanent part of the house, and in generally spend 6 months of my life obsessing about what other stupid thing i could do to make it even more awesome... all the while not realizing the geothermic cooling loop invalidates the original idea about a lan-box, which of course only makes me think up some hairbrained portable attachment to the case to contain the fans and rad i'll need when i disconnect the case from the wall... and if i'm lucky i'll even finish the project...

yeah... I've been down this rabbit hole once or twice before.
 
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post #86 of 190
underwhelming. looks like a $200 case at most. Never been a fan of normal cases tho.

I want a case that's a work of art. Being functional and well built are prerequisites, not selling points.
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I don't understand... this isn't a CaseLab?

Even Caselabs can't compete with this.

This thing is AMAZING. eek.gif

Is that a fact?
post #88 of 190
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

Is that a fact?

Prove me wrong, let's see whatcha got that beats this beast. biggrin.gif
post #89 of 190
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Prove me wrong, let's see whatcha got that beats this beast. biggrin.gif

Every case on their site?

Aside from the rather useless motherboard configurations (imo), this thing basically a plastic version of a caselab case with less overall options.
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Every case on their site?

Aside from the rather useless motherboard configurations (imo), this thing basically a plastic version of a caselab case with less overall options.

Nahhhh, Caselabs is good and all, but this is just the next level. That variable mounting ALONE puts it over the top, Caselabs just can't beat it.

To be fair, no other case on the market can compete with it either.

It's not all plastic by the way, it's got a 100% steel chassis. laughingsmiley.gif
Edited by frickfrock999 - 1/10/14 at 8:39am
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