Just want to make it clear to readers here that it was my understanding that this was a completely fresh sample. WinterCharm even processed a receipt for the case, which would suggest exactly that. I had no reason to assume that this sample was from LTT - that is not normal practice for a case...
Glad to see the Cerberus & Cerberus X review was well received by more experienced SFF folk here! They really are super versatile and compact enclosures.
I currently have my video editing rig in the Cerberus and I love it to pieces. Super clean and minimal aesthetic, and I love the performance...
Hmmm, I guess it's going to be purely subjective then. I personally don't mind them. Especially black screws on a black panel. For the silver panels it might look worse.
So the current problem is that there's no room for the push pins on the frame when using dual 120mm radiators?
I definitely agree that a very small amount of users will actually do a dual AIO build in the C4, but it is something that I see here in there in the Ncase M1. It comes down to what benefit there is to removing the support, are the screws really that bad?
Also, how is the GPU going to get...
1. Keep the dual 120mm support, I don't think the screws ruin the aesthetics (only bulging thumb screws do).
Great to see some progress on this thread again, and hope the little one is doing great Dan!
Also, If I can help out in any way, please feel free to reach out.
I'm a fan of the side I/O also.
As someone who barely uses a case's I/O, I feel like it gives a much cleaner aesthetic for barely any trade-off in functionality.
E.g, heavy external drives can sit beside the case instead of on top of it (usually have restricted cable length).
Really happy to...
Unibody is fine but I much prefer the design of the original like others have said.
I doubt people will mind the extra cost increase (if there is one) at this point.
Great to see some progress, I check this thread every day :)
Some very good progress dondan, both silver and black turned out really well, just like the renders!
Also, is it possible that the Titan was hitting a thermal limit (83C) in your testing? It certainly looks like it.