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Auzentech Announces Limited Edition R4 Bulldozer White Case

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Auzentech, Inc announced today that a small quantity of white R-4 Bulldozer PC Cases are available to customers in North America. Every bit as striking as the more common black R-4, the white edition gives custom PC builders a rare opportunity to build a system that is distinct from any other at the LAN Party, with no case modifications.

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    The specifications of all R-4 Bulldozer PC Cases include the following:
    • Middle Tower ATX Case
    • Patented Optical Disk Drive tray-up/down functionality
    • USB 2.0 FPIO Support
    • 92 mm front fan, 120mm rear fan, 80 mm Side Fan, optional 80 mm bottom fan
    • A distinctive industrial appearance

    R-4 Bulldozer PC Cases are manufactured by leading Korean PC Case manufacturer GM Corporation, and distributed in the United States and Canada by Auzentech, Inc. For more information, please visit the product page of the R4 Bulldozer series.

    Source: Auzentech
  2. DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator

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    GM... somehow that sounds familiar :)
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    Familiar indeed, yet so HOT.
    Its all industrial and stuff, I LIKE IT.
  4. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    I like the black one more. The "scoop" you see, holds a 5.25" drive (pic).
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    that is one weird looking case.
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    Yes we can!

    So like Obama financed a financial aide package to car manufacturers (GMC?) in the US of A so they can bring us this?

    I can see the financial crisis ending tomorrow....:rolleyes:
  7. MTnumb New Member

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    i think its horrible. and looks cheep. what were they thinking? "i know!lets take a case and wrap it with huge pieces of plastic that do nothing!" "yes yes that sounds great but we should make it weird shaped too..poke-someones-eye-out shaped"
  8. btarunr

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    This "GMC" is not General Motors Company. http://www.gmc.co.kr/english/core/?id=6
    Kei says thanks.
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    Weird case indeed, but eyecatcher for sure.

    Oooh, hello fellow Schwiizer:toast:
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    i like the fct that its different though from the photo's the plastic looks rather cheap and not strong like the design implys... pity its not made out of steel with rivets and hammerrite paint like a real bulldozer ;)
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    Yeah, but imagine moving it around when it's fully laden with hardware and a watercooling kit :eek:

    I do like how case manufacturers are becoming more "outrageous" and are trying new things, but this just isn't for me...
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    But but but it's HAWT!! And, and... you could probably use it as a door ram?
  13. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    it looks as if plastic parts will come off or crack when its carried to LAN parties.
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    I like the looks but they need to replace the under 120mm fans with 120mm fans.
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    Lol, brilliant!

    "The new R4 Case from Auzentech, other uses include:

    Door ram
    Car crusher
    Construction ball"

    :p
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    Well they must have named it bulldozer for a reason, right? :p
    Doesn't look like one, but who knows maybe it performs like one :D
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    lol slowww and hot? :roll:
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    meh, not to hot on it. I didn't even know auzentech made cases:confused: They make sound cards but cases, well okie dokie.
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    OK... now....

    If they can make this thing 15% more ridiculous, I just might be FORCED to buy one.

    If they can get one of these Side Panel fans Embedded :

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    One of these front turbines :

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    And possibly also find a place to fit a small shopping market escalator, it may actually breach some form of "sensibility barrier" and ppl near it would be FORCED to buy it - Kind of like a freaky black hole...
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    cheap, plastic, and ugly. :shadedshu

    Its so ugly that its actually a waste of cheap plastic that could be used on more useful things.
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    At first sight, I thought it looked kind of cool (different), but once I read a review, and seen the room inside, I would not even consider one:laugh:

    If anyone is interested, HERE is a review of the case over at cluboc.
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    I don't know, if anything I'd pick up a used one and mod it to be all 120mm fans and a few other things. Might be fun to mess around with. Other than that these guys are marketing geniuses with these pictures. :laugh:
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    I love how this case looks, but since they put the DVD drive on the outside the case ends up being not very long, if they made it normal case length then you could jam in a bunch of WC rads, too bad :(
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    GMC.. wow.. wonder if this thing could transforms to autobots Ironhide..:laugh:
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