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Xilence Interceptor Pro

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Darksaber, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. Darksaber

    Darksaber W1zzard's Sidekick Staff Member

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    _JP_ says thanks.
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    This chassis (A.K.A. NOX Blaze X2 Project or AZZA Fusion 4000) still doesn't make sense to me and feels overall pricy for what it is...
    So the top part...just one big place to install water-cooling equipment for the bottom system, imo. Not worth the premium price.
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    haha, is that tower tall enough??
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    The top part fits an ITX system in it. Could be used as an HTPC, some sort of server or whatever else you want to use it for.

    Our high end systems built with these cases can cost up to $15,000+.

    Let me tell you it takes two people to move this beast when it is fully configured! The case alone is about 40 lbs.

    I work for a company that builds custom computers............
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    someone is compensating for something...
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    I actually like it, but it's ugly. :(
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    The features... everything I've been looking for. Hot swap Sata internal HDD bays, room for a 360 radiator, Whoa!

    Yea, the looks though, not as much.

    I'm going to look up the little brother (the non-pro).
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    Fantastic case, PC and HTPC in one case! But design not for everyone.
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    I'd put so many radiators in there it be pointless!

    BUT AWESOME.
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    Naw, I'd try and double up the radiators if I can :laugh:

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