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I don't like the style that much but the features that are in are absolutely astonishing. If it looked like a TJ07, ATCS 840 or a 800D I'd pick it up in a heart beat. Also what they could do is blacken the cables so that it's maintains a very neat black look.

I am picky when it comes to my cases so sue me Haha
post #72 of 73
Wow, first case I have seen that seems to work normally with an SR-2, no other cases have dual cutouts or cable routing holes with grommets that aren't covered by the monster that is the SR-2. At the $200 price point this should be great case, tons of room to throw in radiators and fans galore, imagine putting an atx board in this thing, you would have an incredible amount of room to work with. I'll most likely pick this up when it launches and sell off my Xaser VI which, while a decent case, is very lacking in many features. Going to be interesting to find a place to put this thing in a dorm...
post #73 of 73
This case has modding potential all over it Perfect canvas
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