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If it helps to clear things up a bit, these cases go to a forensic system builder who gets government contracts. So they can end up in all types of government and none government facilities. We typically know where they are going though. I can say with certainty, they have been used by the FBI, IRS and multiple police stations. I think even a few have made their way to agencies in Europe. Only on some occasions have they been unable to tell us where they are going wink.gif
post #62 of 306
have they ever sent you pictures of the final builds that you can share? would be interested to know what kind of rig the gubberment is building. and the all important "can it play crysis?" smile.gif
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https://www.sumuri.com/product-category/talino/ biggrin.gif

Woot - that front looks pretty impressive and full of toys.


It appears to have ...
  1. LG WH16NS40 16X Blu-ray BD CD DVD Internal Burner Writer
  2. NZXT Aperture M Internal 5.25-Inch Mesh Card Reader
  3. T3iu Forensic SATA Imaging Bay - which I take to mean a hot swap bay (thanks Kevin_CL)
  4. T35689iu Forensic SATA/IDE/SAS/USB/FireWire Bridge (thanks Serious_Don)
  5. ICY DOCK ToughArmor MB994SP-4S 4 x 2.5" Hotswap cage
  6. iStarUSA BPN-DE350SS 5x3.5" SAS/SATA Trayless Hot-Swap Mobile Rack

Edited by ruffhi - 1/28/16 at 8:35am
post #65 of 306
I'm not sure what those other doodads are, but I want it!

#4 has been discovered:

https://www2.guidancesoftware.com/products/Pages/tableau/products/forensic-bridges/t35689iu.aspx#product-gallery


Edited by Serious_Don - 1/28/16 at 2:49am
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Damn! They know how to pick a case. And look at all those LED fans.
Next thing, PerformancePCs receives large order of watercooling parts from government agencies.
post #68 of 306
Anyone knows if the SM8 or SMA8 has built in holes for mounting Cylinder Reservoir like to the right of the motherboard?
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Anyone knows if the SM8 or SMA8 has built in holes for mounting Cylinder Reservoir like to the right of the motherboard?

There isn't any case I am aware of that has existing mounting holes for pumps/reservoirs. This question always comes up, but the thing to understand is that there is no standard mounting dimensions these items. EK, Bitspower, XSPC and so on all use whatever mounting points they want, so as a case manufacturer, you would need to have a ton of different holes for all of these items. Once you did that you'd have to pray they didn't change the mounting points on new products. The only universal way to mount a pump/res in a case is with a 120mm fan mount adapter.



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No ETA on custom colors. We're still trying to get white/two-tone on the schedule consistently.
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There isn't any case I am aware of that has existing mounting holes for pumps/reservoirs. This question always comes up, but the thing to understand is that there is no standard mounting dimensions these items. EK, Bitspower, XSPC and so on all use whatever mounting points they want, so as a case manufacturer, you would need to have a ton of different holes for all of these items. Once you did that you'd have to pray they didn't change the mounting points on new products. The only universal way to mount a pump/res in a case is with a 120mm fan mount adapter.




I'm thinking some manufacturers are pushing out pump mounts for DDC and D5 pumps. I think Fractal just released their Define S Nano with a sliding floormount pump pad. The 120mm fan mount adapter is just kinda ugly, you know.
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