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post #2401 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-02-2016, 05:07 PM
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The Chopin is exactly the same internal chassis as the BQ series cases IN WIN has been selling for years.
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post #2402 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-02-2016, 05:33 PM
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The Chopin is exactly the same internal chassis as the BQ series cases IN WIN has been selling for years.

Yeap. In fact, the Chopin seriers is slightly bigger & heavier due to the extra alumunium panel.

The alumunium panel also block the optical drive slot (if you need one).
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The Chopin is exactly the same internal chassis as the BQ series cases IN WIN has been selling for years.

Yep, noticed that myself too. Just with a different power supply this time and exterior that more matches their "premium" case line. I would be modding mine anyways, to make it fit my needs.
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post #2404 of 2861 (permalink) Old 03-03-2016, 04:23 AM
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I don't need an ODD, but I do like the look of the ncase. Its not available here however. The Lian-Li PC-q10 looks very similar, does anyone have thoughts on this case?

If you're going to get something almost 20 liters might as well check out the case I got from an artisan here. It's almost 20 liters but can fit 3 x 240mm radiators. It fits both MATX and MITX.

Project MATX

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If you're going to get something almost 20 liters might as well check out the case I got from an artisan here. It's almost 20 liters but can fit 3 x 240mm radiators. It fits both MATX and MITX.

Project MATX

It's better looking and you can properly watercool it if you like!

But whats the fun in that if you can't do a little modding wink.gif
Seriously tho that Project mATX case is great, also check out the Cerberus if you like the ncase. It has a similar look imo and I believe they are taking orders soon.

http://www.kimeraindustries.com/cerberus/#cerberus-hero
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But whats the fun in that if you can't do a little modding wink.gif
Seriously tho that Project mATX case is great, also check out the Cerberus if you like the ncase. It has a similar look imo and I believe they are taking orders soon.

http://www.kimeraindustries.com/cerberus/#cerberus-hero

Looks interesting. I'd love to buy one of these, but I prefer to drop the $250 (or a bit more) on a case that looks (based off their description) like it'd have notable trouble accepting a "large" loop (in comparison to Project mATX).

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Looks interesting. I'd love to buy one of these, but I prefer to drop the $250 (or a bit more) on a case that looks (based off their description) like it'd have notable trouble accepting a "large" loop (in comparison to Project mATX).

Its the difference in volume. The cerberus is 18L and Project mATX is 20L. The cerberus supports dual 240 radiators which is good enough for sli and a cpu loop. At the same time, the Project mATX supports triple 240's which could make a bit of difference in terms of noise. Personally I like the looks of the cerberus more, but neither of them are bad cases. And they were both made by forum contributors lol.
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Hello there everyone. I'd like to join. Current state of affairs:

- NCase M1
- ASRock X99e-ITX/ac
- Intel i7-5820K
- G. Skill 16GB DDR4 2,400 MHz
- Intel 730 Series 480GB
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- SilverStone SX-500-LG
- Noctua NH-D9DX i4, Noctua NF-A9 92mm, Noctua NF-A9 92mm x 14mm, Noctua NF-S12A 120mm







More to come in the future. wink.gif

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Hello there everyone. I'd like to join. Current state of affairs:

- NCase M1
- ASRock X99e-ITX/ac
- Intel i7-5820K
- G. Skill 16GB DDR4 2,400 MHz
- Intel 730 Series 480GB
- Western Digital Black 6TB
- LG GA31N Slot Load CD/DVD
- NVidia GTX 980
- SilverStone SX-500-LG
- Noctua NH-D9DX i4, Noctua NF-A9 92mm, Noctua NF-A9 92mm x 14mm, Noctua NF-S12A 120mm



More to come in the future. wink.gif

Added you. Nice build



Also added 2 custom cases
Project Flip
299 x 165 x 405 / 19.9807L
[ATX, 7 slots, ATX PSU]
Scratch Build
Project mATX
327.8 x 369.2 x 165.1 mm / 19.981L
|matx, 5 slots, SFX/ATX|
Custom Case

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Added you. Nice build



Also added 2 custom cases
Project Flip
299 x 165 x 405 / 19.9807L
[ATX, 7 slots, ATX PSU]
Scratch Build
Project mATX
327.8 x 369.2 x 165.1 mm / 19.981L
|matx, 7 slots, SFX PSU|
Custom Case

Project mATX has 5 slots wink.gif
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