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Will there be a 730T with a traditional window?

I think that would be a good middleground for the naysayers.

Edit: I am still getting antsy over a preorder. This case is going to be perfect in every way for my loop, aside from 5.25" bays. I just don't use 'em rolleyes.gif.
...maybe ill put my blu-ray writer back in....

Not at this time. If there's high demand we could consider it.

Then how will my warranty stand when I get the 730T and cut a big gaping hole in the side of it for some plexi?

Are the panels going to be easily replaceable or what?
Edited by Xinoxide - 3/14/14 at 5:56pm
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^ For most corsair cases, you can just purchase a replacement panel. I'm not sure why it should be covered under a warranty if you cut up the panel.
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Amusing video.

I live in a dusty area though and my case is in level with my desk, so the top mounted USB ports and buttons are not practical from those two points of view.

Also, I wonder if it comes with a front panel adapter to use a 3.5' multi-card reader or a fan controller. It's good that it does cater to optical drives though, something they missed on the 750D which loses some of its aesthetic appeal if you want to use an optical drive (drive stays recessed compared to the front panel, and the plastic sides are left in view).

I like the design of the case, and it's got some nice touches, but it's not for me.
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Haha that was hilarious to watch...
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Lots of potential for showing off nice watercooling builds in this case.

Alhough since it's at the $200 price range, it's starting to compete with all-aluminum cases from Silverstone, Lian-Li, CaseLabs, which could be very hard to compete with. After working with a Silverstone TJ07 and now a Case Labs Mercury S3, it's really hard to go back to steel cases when spending a couple bills on a case.
    
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^ For most corsair cases, you can just purchase a replacement panel. I'm not sure why it should be covered under a warranty if you cut up the panel.

Not if the new hinge system is more built into place than bolted into place. I really havent found any evidence that replacement panels will be available, or swappable. That is the information I seek.

If they are purchasable and swappable as per the last decades worth of cases, I will gladly be all over it.
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I like everything about this case, except one. The top has too much metal and not enough hole for cooling. It's a strange mesh look, but seems like it would be way more restrictive than it should be. I know it's probably more for structural integrity, but it kinda defeats the purpose of having mounts for fans up there. That being said, I do like the addition of the rubber grommets up there, that's a nice touch.
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Like others have said, I like it, my issue would be the front mesh area with the fans. Seems a bit...hmm....cheap? not sure looks weird with the rest of the clean design. With that said, I'd still buy one..maybe...probably.
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I like everything about this case, except one. The top has too much metal and not enough hole for cooling. It's a strange mesh look, but seems like it would be way more restrictive than it should be. I know it's probably more for structural integrity, but it kinda defeats the purpose of having mounts for fans up there. That being said, I do like the addition of the rubber grommets up there, that's a nice touch.

As the top is typically an exhaust, we tested it as such. The hole pattern is more than large enough to provide adequate exhaust airflow, as the holes take up much more room than the fan footprint.
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I want this with an Obsidian series-esque color finishgDKQOr
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