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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by tigger, Jul 12, 2013.

  1. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Scaffolding case we meet yet again !
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    I know it's expensive, but it does look good.
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    If I had one, I would hang it on my wall above my monitor.
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    Does anyone have a picture of, possibility to take a picture of, or know where to find a picture of the B-01 (bottom framework of the chassis).
    I bought myself red&black one, and are missing that part. Contacted the place where I bought it, and now I need a picture to show what part they shall send. Problem is, I cannot find a picture of it anywhere, and because I miss it, I obviously cannot take a picture myself.
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    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/InWin/D-Frame/3.html

    Hope that has what your looking for.
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    Reminds me too much of a portable generator. For those of you who haven't had to listen to a damn generator all day to run your saws, it is not a pleasant recollection.
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    It would be cool to suspend this thing (with a computer in it, of course) with fishing line from the cieling in the middle of a room lol
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    haha.

    Not as beautiful as the H-Frame (grin grin) but certainly more practical (but cable management-wise impossible to hide anything!)
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    Its not bad cable management wise. I watched some detailed build videos on youtube with this case and it is clever with the wiring conduits.
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    cable management is basically route and HIDE. Here is nowhere to hide, being a transparent "case". Most of your cables will be behind the mobo plate, under a transparent side panel, not nice if you have the case on your left side. The H-Frame is looking the same from right and left...

    That makes me think: why not make "armourshields" like Asus SAbertooth mobo, but for the "embedding" of cables inside our cases...
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    Well cables can be made to look good too so I guess its all in what you put in... I tried sleeving cables for the first time a few weeks ago and I broke a few practice connectors... not gonna bother again LOL

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