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SHARKOON Releases the Bulldozer Midi-Tower PC Case

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    SHARKOON Technologies has now made available the Bulldozer, a midi-tower PC chassis for gamers and enthusiasts that are on a tighter budget. This new case measures 480 (L) x 235 (W) x 460 (H) mm, it weighs 6.5 kg and features a front I/O panel with two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, two 5.25-inch drive bays, and seven (4 x 2.5-inch and 3 x 3.5-inch) internal drive trays.

    SHARKOON's case also has an acrylic side window, two (red, blue or green-colored) 120 mm fans (front and back), and it offers support for graphics cards up to 415 mm long. The Bulldozer comes in three color schemes (black/red, black/blue, black/green) and costs 49.99 Euro.

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    i like the shade of blue they have there
     
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    PC suppliers are desperate for sales in a never ending down economy so they have plenty of time to dream up fancy color schemes for everything from flash sticks to PC cases. It's actually pretty comical.
     
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    Oh Jorge it's been so long I almost missed you and your enlightened opinions :)
     
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    Such unfortunate naming...
     
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    Aye. This first got my AMD-sense tingling and only after I realized this is a case & unrelated to AMD. :roll:
     
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    i like the space behind board tray, and side window, but front bezel looks too much crowded
     
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    A gigabyte G1 board would look great in the green one.
     
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    some call it the "metro" interface.
     
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    Buy the red one.
    Build an AMD Bulldozer system in it.
    Then throw the whole thing off a cliff 'cuz that's all it's useful for.
     
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    The Auzentech Bulldozer looked more ad hoc to the name.

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    Yes, I hope they don't expect to sell any of these to Intel builders. Come to think of it, most people who buy Intel components have more sense than to buy cheap, flashy "boy gamer" cases. But even for AMD fanboys, the "bulldozer" architecture was a disappointment, so why bring back bad memories?
     
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    most people PERIOD buy intel components, especially those boy gamers unless they're poor, intel is so ingrained just like microsoft & apple

    people that buy amd (as a component, not part of some laptop budget) usually know what they're getting into & specifically chose amd based on price/performance/stock/anti intel or nv/etc

    this case isnt too bad really, we've all seen much worse 'gamer' cases & how about ridiculous gfx coolers
     

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