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Originally Posted by binormalkilla View Post
Epic fail. That thing is ugly, and doesn't allow for any sort of wind tunnel effect. I mean a benching "case" that allows for switching our parts fast doesn't need any aesthetic appeal....it just needs to work. This seems like they're trying to make it a permanent case of sorts.


lol, if you say so
i kinda like it, im always replacing bits and bobs in my pc.
sumit like this looks sweet and makes life easier
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I think there is a lot of implecations that a non standard "out of the box" kind of thinking will bring. As far as a wind tunnel you could create a directional wind through fans an use ducting to direct it to your hot parts and heat sinks and with the hot air free to escape after words you would never have to worry about hot air needing to be removed from in side your box. I like the idea but think the design could use some tweeking.

Edit: on a second thought you could reverse the current fan to pull all the hot air out while still using the air duct idea. just a thought
Edited by Stankhippie - 5/31/08 at 1:40am
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I think there is a lot of implecations that a non standard "out of the box" kind of thinking will bring. As far as a wind tunnel you could create a directional wind through fans an use ducting to direct it to your hot parts and heat sinks and with the hot air free to escape after words you would never have to worry about hot air needing to be removed from in side your box. I like the idea but think the design could use some tweeking.

Edit: on a second thought you could reverse the current fan to pull all the hot air out while still using the air duct idea. just a thought
True, but this won't be anywhere near as efficient as a sealed case with intake fans in the front and exhaust fans in the back: there is no backpressure.
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