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I agree with you. We will fine a way to still laugh at most.

I read most if not all of the treads on these cases but I still cannot wait to get my hands on it. I


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post #72 of 137
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I see you currently have a HAF X, could you comment on differences when you get it?
I posted some pics of my TH10 vs a Haf 922. I know the 922 is smaller but it gives some perspective.

http://www.overclock.net/case-labs/1...haf-922-a.html
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how much longer is the th10 to the 922
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I posted some pics of my TH10 vs a Haf 922. I know the 922 is smaller but it gives some perspective.

http://www.overclock.net/case-labs/1...haf-922-a.html
Thanks for the pics. Mind adding more of the inside (on both sides)?

Looks great.
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If you made a cheaper case around $200 i would buy it, but a little out of price range atm, stil very nice cases though!
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post #76 of 137
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If you made a cheaper case around $200 i would buy it, but a little out of price range atm, stil very nice cases though!
Thanks! We are looking at ways we might come out with a new line that would be more affordable. $200 would be tough to do with an aluminum case though and still maintain the high build quality we would require.

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Thanks! We are looking at ways we might come out with a new line that would be more affordable. $200 would be tough to do with an aluminum case though and still maintain the high build quality we would require.

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I imagine building a high quality case for $200 would be a bit on the rough side, but you get what you pay for i guess
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Wondering if people could help me out here, I know the MH10 is just 6" longer than the M10 but what does this actually allow you to do? If I were to install my sig system in both of the cases would I notice any huge differences? Interested in buying on of these cases for a sleeker look in the dorm and I was planning on running a completely air build with up to 14 2150rpm GTs and 3 1850 rpm GTs. How would the additional 6" in length benefit me?
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Wondering if people could help me out here, I know the MH10 is just 6" longer than the M10 but what does this actually allow you to do? If I were to install my sig system in both of the cases would I notice any huge differences? Interested in buying on of these cases for a sleeker look in the dorm and I was planning on running a completely air build with up to 14 2150rpm GTs and 3 1850 rpm GTs. How would the additional 6" in length benefit me?
SR-2 (HPTX) compatibility and the ability to run multiple 480's. Otherwise, it's probably overkill.

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howdy jim

Note: considering how busy you are, you can skip reading my post, tho i am interested in what shipping estimate you can quote to send a MH10/TH10 to australia?
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accidently stumbled onto your case thread when doing my rounds on the [H]forums. over the last couple of days i've been reading up on Case Labs 'Magnum' models here and at 'hardocp' & 'ocau'. no doubt you've heard it all before but you're cases are fantastic.

i've always loved 'cubed' or 'wide'/'double-wides' cases. big tall tower cases never made sense to me (high centre of gravity i guess). always wondered why there wasn't more 'wide' cases on the market. pretty much all there was out there was big ugly steel server cases, Mountain Mod cases & Thermaltake Mozart (which i own). there is more than a passing resemblance with my old TT mozart case (large cubed case, 2 separate chambers to mount ATX & ITX systems, PSU behind MB tray, built for WC'ing etc) but nowhere near the same build quality and expansion options.

i always figured my next case upgrade would be a MM case tho i've put it off b/c of cost to import one to australia and the internals with MM were a bit basic (no cable management). tho their 'flash' custom builder on their website is very cool - easy to figure out how to best equip custom case. perhaps something similar is in the works for your website when its up?

anyway been planning a mod of my TT mozart (again shortage of reasonable wide cases), but since looking at the Case Lab designs, tempted to scrap project + don't see a MM case anytime in my future.

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