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In Win H-Frame

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Darksaber, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. anonymous6366

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    that case is tight as f
     
  2. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    Reminds me of that $600 case DarwinMachine
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  3. james888

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    I like that better.

    I am a wannabe modder. I have ideas but not the skills or time to use them. This just gives me ideas. I really like the open air design though.
     
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    Yeah, me too. they also have one that mounts a 240 rad at the back.
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    Basically, they look like work benches stood horizontally. Same as InWin's H-Frame
     
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    You can just follow the link ;)
     
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    This "link" is to the same 78x95 image.
     
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    good god man.......if that thing had a hole i would !@#$ it
     
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    looks cool, but yeah... dust... :/
     
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    Interior Design Accessory

    Nice case if you're into decorating and such, not very practical or easy to clean. I guess all that aluminum acts like one big heat sink, so with that and all the airflow, temps should be very low. If you don't have a maid to keep it dusted off, you could always keep it in a glass display case.
     
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    Just saw it at Caseking Germany for 350 €, VAT tax included.... I can't keep my eyes off it...
     
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    I own one.

    I own one of these, but I cannot comment on the price as I won it at Quakecon 2012.

    What I will say is that when I saw it in person, I absolutely fell in love with it. As of right now I am getting prepared to widen the structure and put in place acrylic side panels. I will say this, it very quiet because this case requires no fans. You'd think that it would be hot, but in fact, I've owned other cases in the past and this is the coolest of them all because of the open air design and the metal of the case. More colors would be nice, but I do know they tested the market, and it was just more feasible for them to make the case this color, I'm sure any company would do more if they thought it would be better for them.
     
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  16. erixx

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    Holy gods!

    [​IMG]

    Apparently seen on CES 2013, by In win. Will these guys never stop!!! It nearly is a Ducati Corse case.... :)

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    Another:
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    Looks a bit freaky, after I heard the annoucement of the D-Frame I thought I'd really want it, not sure now, I will need to get some hands on at Quakecon this year before I make my decision.

    So far they have an X-Frame, H-Frame, and now a D-Frame.
     
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    The more I look at it, the more I like it. I wish they'd make PSUs with colors that match their cases.
     

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