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Cubitek Readies HTPX-Tank PC Enclosure
Cubitek has taken the wraps off the HTPX-Tank, their latest addition to its soon-to-be released Tank series PC chassis.

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It has room for ten PCIe expansion cards, five optical devices, nine hard drives (housed in trays with anti-vibration rubber rings), and features four rear pre-drilled holes for water-cooling tubes, cut-outs on the motherboard tray for cable management, and a top-side I/O panel with two USB 3.0, one eSATA and audio ports. The HTPX-Tank is equipped with four spinners (x1 front 230mm, x2 top 140mm, & x1 rear 140mm fan) and is expected to hit store shelves come end March.
http://vr-zone.com/articles/cubitek-...ure/11187.html





looks like some VERY cool case series is rising htpx is from tank series by cubitek. tatto (or whatever its called) is also good case looks like the cubitek will bring us some very good products.
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Looks rather generic, imho..
     
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i dont liek it. its to plain, and not enough room for rads the top needs ot be a 360 and think support for a 360 up front would make this a better case
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Just a bigger version of every cookie cutter case available.

It's baffling to build a HPTX case anyway. It's impossible to forecast a future for it beyond the SR-2. Building a box with no real defining features beyond its support for HPTX, while a couple acceptable HPTX cases already exist, doesn't make a lick of sense.
Edited by RonindeBeatrice - 2/15/11 at 9:21am
    
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Really? That's the best they could come up with?

*sigh* I wish the TJ11 could house an SR-2. Then maybe I'd be inclined to selling my body for a near $4000 build.
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Looks rather generic, imho..
lol so lian li are abused? to many of them in worklogs and you got bored of them? (tbh i do get bored of them lol)

about 360 rad on top. dunno about fans mounting placement but haf 932 also have a psu mouting on top and 60mm + fan rad fits there without any problems. same will do here.

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Just a bigger version of every cookie cutter case available.

It's baffling to build a HPTX case anyway. It's impossible to forecast a future for it beyond the SR-2. Building a box with no real defining features beyond its support for HPTX, while a couple acceptable HPTX cases already exist, doesn't make a lick of sense.
some ppl rly dont want the extra craps that are just taking your cash from wallet.
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lol so lian li are abused? to many of them in worklogs and you got bored of them? (tbh i do get bored of them lol)

about 360 rad on top. dunno about fans mounting placement but haf 932 also have a psu mouting on top and 60mm + fan rad fits there without any problems. same will do here.



some ppl rly dont want the extra craps that are just taking your cash from wallet.
I meant to say that it looks like a random, 20$ case. Cheap plastic outside, no paint inside.
SOME (I mean, SOME) Lian Li's have class and are really nice, but they cost like 400+$
     
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post #8 of 8
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LOL! i dont see this case very different from outside then lian li stuff (and most of present lian li cases still dont have the painted interior... )
if this will be well priced im buying one. if they will price this very well i will buy even more xD
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