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Not much of an 'exclusive' if it was posted on another website to begin with :/
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post #42 of 48
7 expansion slots is a massive oversight.

EDIT: Also why do they not supply drive bay covers? This seems ridiculous considering the hefty price tag.
Edited by ryand - 3/25/11 at 5:25am
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Originally Posted by [nK]Sharp View Post
Not much of an 'exclusive' if it was posted on another website to begin with :/
For some reason we have to use the same name as the article. I originally didn't have it there but a mod edited it and changed it.

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7 expansion slots is a massive oversight.

EDIT: Also why do they not supply drive bay covers? This seems ridiculous considering the hefty price tag.
Yup, seems crazy to me too.
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7 expansion slots is a massive oversight.

EDIT: Also why do they not supply drive bay covers? This seems ridiculous considering the hefty price tag.
The whole idea of these cases are ridiculous, not just the drive bay covers, the silly fan slots, the thumbscrews that hold the whole thing together, the shipping in a flat box expecting you to put it together, the crap paintjob.

Really? You're gonna charge us 400 bucks for THIS? PFT. Caselabs. Caselabs. Should I say it again? Caselabs.

When someone makes a case that can compete with Caselabs let me know.

BTW, LittleDevil cases are sick too.
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post
The whole idea of these cases are ridiculous, not just the drive bay covers, the silly fan slots, the thumbscrews that hold the whole thing together, the shipping in a flat box expecting you to put it together, the crap paintjob.

Really? You're gonna charge us 400 bucks for THIS? PFT. Caselabs. Caselabs. Should I say it again? Caselabs.

When someone makes a case that can compete with Caselabs let me know.

BTW, LittleDevil cases are sick too.
Shipping flatbox saves a TON on shipping. Thumbscrews are nice actually, much more convenient for those of us that pop open our rigs often.

For someone in the EU, CaseLabs likely isn't an option as even shipping inside the US is probably going to add $50+ to the cost....shipping over the Atlantic will cost 50% what the case is worth.

Not saying you're wrong in the idea...but for a nice WC case in the EU the only viable options are Little Devil (based in EU) and MountainMods (which has EU distribution).
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post #46 of 48
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Shipping flatbox saves a TON on shipping. Thumbscrews are nice actually, much more convenient for those of us that pop open our rigs often.

For someone in the EU, CaseLabs likely isn't an option as even shipping inside the US is probably going to add $50+ to the cost....shipping over the Atlantic will cost 50% what the case is worth.

Not saying you're wrong in the idea...but for a nice WC case in the EU the only viable options are Little Devil (based in EU) and MountainMods (which has EU distribution).
I understand where you're coming from, having to ship a case overseas, believe me, that's what made me NOT get a LD case. Still, LD is by far one of the better cases available, and you lucky EU bastards get cheap shipping on it
post #47 of 48
So did XSPC work something out with mountain mods in order to sell their case design? I hope so, if not someone is going to get sued, lol.
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post #48 of 48
Wow that non-cube case is perfect. It seems like a remake of the TJ07 without being an almost cliched case in watercooling builds. If it didn't look like it required removing about 16 thumb screws to access the internals I'd probably get it.
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