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Tagan A+ Diablo Advance Case

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by erocker, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. erocker

    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    nice case n all, but ive seen better, Btw Nice use of the F-16 on the Tagan Logo.
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    Question: ain't that case a knock-off of this (PDF file) one?
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    I'm sure it's another top-notch TPU review and all, but I stopped after seeing a pic of it. Not a case for me :)
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    So many LEDS......Crikey!
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    Thats alot of blue and I like blue. I like the case especially the top mounted fans. Another ding for not including dust filters after going all out on the PSU and what not. The HDD rails are like my Cooler Master HAF 932. Seems after the success of it we are seeing some folks taking some design ideas from them :D

    Great review erocker. I think it needs more holes for Cable Management and I like the block for the front panel connections. What Id like to see is someone link all the front panels in one simple easy location and then play them to the motherboard. OF course, that would require mobo makers to make a single hook up work, kind of like the 24pin mobo power connector.
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Same case, same company.:)
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    omg they look exactly the same.
    i think they are partner companies or somethin' bcoz there is a link to Tagan website.'

    ps. is it possible to fit a high end air cooler in this case, i wish you tried that.

    peece
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  9. Castiel

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    I really don't care for that case, I think it looks really ugly.
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    Nice review on a case that looks like a top performer, albeit a little "glitzy". I thought the sunbeam LED feet on my case was a little much :)

    Wonder how much radiator can be fit in the top of the case. The modular cable connectors on the PSU are remarkably like the ones on my Hiper, love them... Hiper no longer uses them, so I assume a license has run out or something - Tagan lists them as patented.

    Oh... left digg :toast:
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    Was unaware of this: thanks for clearing that up, dude!
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    From the pics, it looks like the front fan is quite restricted. Intaking grill is fine, but it looks like there's a 120mm fan grill behind it?
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    Nice review......but god how is this case ugly
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    +1 ugliness verified. This case scares babies, and makes puppies bleed from the eyes.
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    XD how is this ugly...its fat and overweight! with a fan to cool the cards and squashed HD's.

    Can they even fit Liquid cooling in it with out ruining the fabulous bodywork :rolleyes:
    :roll:

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