Sunday, June 5th 2016

ID-Cooling Unveils the Stream 1 Chassis

ID-Cooling's streak of remarkable quasi-open air chassis continues with the Stream 1. While the micro-ATX Stream 2 features triangular frames, and the Stream 4 featuring a more elaborate design; the Stream 1 features two compact hexagonal frames, with panels arranged along each of their numerous bridges. This case, like the Stream 2, supports micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboard form-factors, but with room for just one radiator (a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator), graphics cards as long as just 26.5 cm, and PSUs as long as 16 cm.
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8 Comments on ID-Cooling Unveils the Stream 1 Chassis

#1
jboydgolfer
Wow, that's a.....ummmm...yeah.

Well its very red

I find myself wondering if theres another picture that got left out which shows it 100% built.i know thats not the case,but still.
To each his/her own, im certain someone has that type of taste.
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#2
jaggerwild
Its a knock off of the InWin D frame, very similar.
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#3
Caring1
jaggerwild
Its a knock off of the InWin D frame, very similar.
Which is a knock off of a work site generator.
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#4
Chaitanya
Those tubes used in frame of case act as tube for carrying fluid in loop which is interesting way of doing liquid cooling loops.
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#5
Breit
Chaitanya
Those tubes used in frame of case act as tube for carrying fluid in loop which is interesting way of doing liquid cooling loops.
You know what happens when you use aluminium pipes combined with copper heatsinks? Those frame 'pipes' look like they are made from aluminium... that can't be good!
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FR@NK
Caring1
Which is a knock off of a work site generator.
That was my first impression.
Breit
You know what happens when you use aluminium pipes combined with copper heatsinks? Those frame 'pipes' look like they are made from aluminium... that can't be good!
I guess there could be plastic tubing inside of the frame pipes.

Overall I like the design.
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Breit
FR@NK
I guess there could be plastic tubing inside of the frame pipes.
Possible. But there are G1/4 threaded ports on the frame. I'm not quite sure how they manage to get those port in there and still have a plastic tube connected to it inside the frame. :twitch:
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Chaitanya
Breit
You know what happens when you use aluminium pipes combined with copper heatsinks? Those frame 'pipes' look like they are made from aluminium... that can't be good!
Exactly the reason why I avoid most of the AIOs from Asstek and CM and Antec. Like Frank pointed out if ID has if ID cooling has actually used plastic pipes inside those Aluminium tubes then it might be OK.
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