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look good
Looks really good, indeed. It's going to be interesting when more pics of the inside is available.
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The Air 240 looks beautiful. I'd love to see a size comparison between the 250D and Air 240 since the 240 fits MATX too
Product Manager Preview: Carbide Series Air 240: http://youtu.be/iLT-rAfpUcs

The Mini itx 380t looks interesting. But too "bulgy" for my tastes.
Product Manager Preview: Graphite Series 380T and…: http://youtu.be/8o0nB4VVsSM
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Official teaser pages are up for the Air 240 and the 380/780T.

The 380T looks a little big for an ITX, but the Air 240 could be interesting. I was ready to buy a 250D but might have to hold out on that now...


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The Air 240 looks beautiful. I'd love to see a size comparison between the 250D and Air 240 since the 240 fits MATX too

If you look at photos of the 250D and 540 together and compare them to the video with the 540/240 side-by-side it looks like the 240 is going to be very close to the height and width of the 250D. No idea of depth though.
Edited by Gloves - 6/2/14 at 3:31pm
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The air 240 looks great , but the T380 ? the looks are fine but at 450x365x440 , it can hardly be considered as a small case , it's bigger than most micro atx cases ,
imho ? looks are great but it's just a blown up 250D

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Maximus VII Impact! I wish I waited for this.
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Maximus VII Impact! I wish I waited for this.
Really? It looks remarkably similar to the "VI".
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Really? It looks remarkably similar to the "VI".
Yep.http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2014/06/03/asus-reveales-computex-line-up-maximus-vii/1
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It's funny , EK had problems with the HD AUDIO connector and their full board waterblock and asus went ahead and solved it for them by tilting it 90 degrees , and hey , the board is totally different .... the pci-e slot is black instead of red and the ram clips are red instead of white rolleyes.gif i'm so going to replace my M6i for a tilted connector and different slot color tongue.gif

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It's funny , EK had problems with the HD AUDIO connector and their full board waterblock and asus went ahead and solved it for them by tilting it 90 degrees , and hey , the board is totally different .... the pci-e slot is black instead of red and the ram clips are red instead of white rolleyes.gif i'm so going to replace my M6i for a tilted connector and different slot color tongue.gif

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Didn't notice the HD Audio connector was the only true revision. I wonder if that board is compatible with the Impact VI. I'm willing to try it . Someone do for the team and report back to us when this is released. Of course it only applies to those who are using a full cover CPU block. (Which I'm not) I just want to see if it works! biggrin.gif
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It's funny , EK had problems with the HD AUDIO connector and their full board waterblock and asus went ahead and solved it for them by tilting it 90 degrees , and hey , the board is totally different .... the pci-e slot is black instead of red and the ram clips are red instead of white rolleyes.gif i'm so going to replace my M6i for a tilted connector and different slot color tongue.gif

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Aye, that was kind of my point. smile.gif

The only reason to upgrade for me, would be to use the next generation CPUs, but I hope the current generation will serve me well for a couple of years, yet.
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