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04-17-2019 02:03 AM
ENTERPRISE Moved to computer cases as no longer news.
04-16-2019 03:07 PM
Duality92
Quote: Originally Posted by emeianoite View Post
Well, i'm not an expert, but it's definitely not a horse.
Keep going, you'll get there someday! ..., maybe.
04-16-2019 11:00 AM
emeianoite
Quote: Originally Posted by Magariz View Post
I'm trying to wrap my head around what this is lol
Well, i'm not an expert, but it's definitely not a horse.
04-15-2019 07:53 PM
Ceadderman
Quote: Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post
you speak as if those high-end CPU and GPU coolers doesn't use metal nor requires R&D.
i mean sure if we compare it to a DIY build the total cost comes close, but my point is you shouldn't use material/R&D cost as a basis for differentiating between the two.

if i were to point out one thing that makes this warrant the extra premium then it'd be the part "passive SFF", with an emphasis on the word "passive".
you can't really find many items that does that within reasonable performance, to point out this case is designed to handle a total combined CPU 95W + GPU 190W TDP.

Not at all. Of course AIB and Aftermarket companies spend money on R&D. If they didn't they likely wouldn't be around long. My point was simply that no other company incorporates CPU and GPU into the same massive heatsink. R&D money spent makes this happen.

Also the side note that tariffs drive the cost of steel and aluminum. Companies will charge enough to absorb their costs when using metals to manufacture product. On top of the cost for the metal to be pressed to tolerance. Press fabrication is cheaper as the volume increases, but for a case like this, I doubt they will be making over 10k units. If they do it wouldn't be an exponential increase. Maybe a shift up to 25k max until the manufacturer sees how popular this case is. We're not talking a Lian-Li TJ series case here.

Quote: Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post
I'll be plugging a 9900K and 2080 in this rig for testing, we'll see how it does.
Yes please, would like to see your results.

~Ceadder
04-15-2019 05:59 AM
Duality92
Quote: Originally Posted by BinaryBummer View Post
What this is?

It is the start of the company saying the consumer is to dumb to build there own so we made this design in hope you would buy it. Then we can prove to the world that the consumer will yearn for systems like this.

Really it is a concept but how many would really throw a bone for it? Reason.. If the company goes under you could have one of the few ever built and sold.

Cheers!
Well, I guess you really don't understand the product you're looking at if that's how you feel. Your opinion is welcomed, but saying it like a statement, which in itself is not the goal of the company at all.
04-15-2019 04:35 AM
Drake87
Quote: Originally Posted by BinaryBummer View Post
What this is?

It is the start of the company saying the consumer is to dumb to build there own so we made this design in hope you would buy it. Then we can prove to the world that the consumer will yearn for systems like this.

Really it is a concept but how many would really throw a bone for it? Reason.. If the company goes under you could have one of the few ever built and sold.

Cheers!
There appears to be a language barrier here. Also, I assume you meant "Losing" Vision instead of "Loosing". Carry on.
04-15-2019 03:17 AM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by BinaryBummer View Post
What this is?

It is the start of the company saying the consumer is to dumb to build there own so we made this design in hope you would buy it. Then we can prove to the world that the consumer will yearn for systems like this.

Really it is a concept but how many would really throw a bone for it? Reason.. If the company goes under you could have one of the few ever built and sold.

Cheers!
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04-15-2019 02:37 AM
BinaryBummer What this is?

It is the start of the company saying the consumer is to dumb to build there own so we made this design in hope you would buy it. Then we can prove to the world that the consumer will yearn for systems like this.

Really it is a concept but how many would really throw a bone for it? Reason.. If the company goes under you could have one of the few ever built and sold.

Cheers!
04-14-2019 11:23 AM
Duality92 Here's what's included in my package.

Worth the asking price? Definitely.

http://imgur.com/gallery/AElPkDH
04-14-2019 10:51 AM
Duality92
Quote: Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post
thicker fins are necessary for better thermal conductivity, considering how massive the fin stack is as opposed to how heatpipes are spread.
are the CPU and GPU heatsinks connected or are they separate?
Seperate. The heatsink is composed of 12 heat pipes, 6 for CPU, 6 for GPU along with 4 metal rods for rigidity and mounting inside the case.
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