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[MonsterLabo] The First now on sale! Passive SFF case.

Revised dimensions bring it to from the original 400*200*200 (16L) up to 430*215*205, which equates to about 19L just flush with SFF specifications.

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I'm trying to wrap my head around what this is lol

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This is the kind of thing that makes me wish AMD had a high performance APU.

I still think it would be awesome to use the Threadripper socket for an APU.
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I like the design, but whast worth on that case of 400 dollars?

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I'm trying to wrap my head around what this is lol
Pretty sure it's a case.

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Pfft you call that SFF? Seems only marginally smaller than the average mid tower.
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I like the design, but whast worth on that case of 400 dollars?
Well considering you get a huge heatsink for both GPU and CPU with partly aluminum, I think it's quite fair.

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Pfft you call that SFF? Seems only marginally smaller than the average mid tower.
Yep. 19L is SFF. Small. I'd towers like the In Win 805 for example is 44L, so over twice the size. I consider less than half the size of a mid tower much more than marginally smaller.

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Well considering you get a huge heatsink for both GPU and CPU with partly aluminum, I think it's quite fair.
Well, i would expect a high-quality fanless PSU in the package. Something like 600W Seasonic Prime Ultra Fanless... When i counted price of the coolers and the case and fan, my expectations were up to 250 dollars/euro.

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Well, i would expect a high-quality fanless PSU in the package. Something like 600W Seasonic Prime Ultra Fanless... When i counted price of the coolers and the case and fan, my expectations were up to 250 dollars/euro.
I don't think you realize most of the similarly built SFF niche cases cost 200+. S4M, Louqe, even the InWin 805 is 200$. Try to design one yourself and have it quoted and let us know how much you'd sell it if it's that easy, you'll quickly realize it's justifiable.

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That's because these smaller cases are often done in low volume due to low demand, as such the costs are high and you're better off making your own instead. There are not many pictures of the passive cooling either and what capacity it has, where the intakes and vents are. There have been passive cases before and with more sensible mounting of their "heatpipes" because the pipes were not rigid. Plus you can really just buy a small case and attach a large $50 heatsink for passive cooling.
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