Originally Posted by XNine
Jim has stated that the TX10D will just become the TX10, and will allow for more configurations. So, we're really just culling the idea that there should be two models, just make one with more options.
Keep in mind that, there's various factors behind this decision. With next year coming quick, newer products being worked on in the Lab, and the need to revamp our lineup and cut deadweight... these are just some aspects of the decision.
However, as noted, we will provide replacement parts to customers who own these chassis for at least 1 Year after the discontinue date. If parts that are limited to these models are still in stock after that, we can of course provide them, and for any parts these models share with other cases, we can still provide those too since they'll be out there for other cases.
Personally I think
- yes get rid of HPTX
- Make a horizontal motherboard tray in a peddy an option with windowed side panels as an option (then you can just stack peddies abitrarily to do what you want and not even buy a TX10) This could also be the case for other magnum/mercury peddy sizes.
- Also make the top/bottom chambers and peddies capable of real 180.3
- flexbay rads need to be more easily removed - the chamber seperators block this. To remove my front mount rads I have to remove the entire front panel
- I also very much regret getting a top mount radiator - it really complicates life.
Originally Posted by Case Labs
6' 5" and 235 lbs
Right between XL and 2XL
6'5" and 205 lbs - normally a L, but I haven't tried the CL shirts
Originally Posted by stickg1
Yeah, just big enough to fit a mATX board without changing the other dimensions. Call it the S4
Heh, well I was just poking fun. But a Case Labs shirt pulls some serious geek street cred, so I gladly accept your offer, PM inbound!
You know I thought about this when I first got the S3. But the matx board will block options for a res and cable routing it'll make life quite hard. Someone did build matx in an s3 I believe. What I really want is a a motherboard in between - e.g. extended mitx board that gives 3 slots so I can run 2 single slot gpus, and a bit more width to get 4 dimms but without going as big as matx.