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Cooler Master NVIDIA Edition Stacker 830 Evolution now available

Jan 29, 2006
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On November 12th, we reported that NVIDIA had worked with Cooler Master to develop a special edition of the Stacker 830. The NVIDIA Edition Stacker 830 Evolution is now available for $299 exclusively from NVIDIA's online store. It comes with NVIDIA themed colors and logos, will fit several motherboard form factors, and will take nine 5.25in drives and four 3.5in peripherals. There are also front and rear 12cm fans, and room for a "windfarm" of active coolers. The case has more then enough room for 8800GTX SLI builds. Built-in I/O ports include four USB 2.0, one FireWire, microphone and speaker connectors.

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Jul 6, 2006
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HOLY CRAP, what a godlike looking case :twitch: , hmmm wonder if its nvidia ready to boost the performance of your pc :roll:
Jan 23, 2006
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thats a nice case now all they have to do is devise a way of making their Cpu's draw 75% less energy and then ill pat them on the head.

correction GPU's indeed!!!
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May 12, 2006
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thats a nice case now all they have to do is devise a way of making their Cpu's draw 75% less energy and then ill pat them on the head.
I take it you mean GPUs right..? lol
Nov 10, 2006
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*Agree* I want an ATi case. And on a second note, I think it would be hilarious to see CoolerMaster explain the general airflow of that case.

It just looks like they're blowing air with no regard to where it's actually going and hoping people will buy it.
nVidia certified?! Besides the mesh side panels and top vent, it looks like your generic budget case. At least it only takes 120mm fans.

Cooling System:
One 120x120x25 mm front fan (Blue LED),
One 120x120x25 mm rear fan (exhaust),
Support up to 9 x 120 mm fans (optional),
-front fan x 3,top fan x 1, rear fan x 1,
side fan x 4 (side fan tray can be installed with 140 mm fan)


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Sep 24, 2006
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The fanboyz won't be able to spend their money fast enough on this case.

Ya gotta luv marketing for it's ability to exploit the naive. Nvidia will be laughing all the way to the bank.
Apr 7, 2006
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i rather get the one with a clearside...the one nvidia used on their reality tour., but in RED

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youd be pissed if you wanted to upgrade youre 8800gtx's in a few years and ati was making best cards by far then (unless youre a diehard fanboy, though i suppose you would be buying this)