Can you guys post a few of the DARK finish front side but without the booster cell?
Btw just got samples of the updated "dark" as well as panels with 4 magnets. I can see that the old dark has a very subtle yellowish tone, which I didn't see before...but it becomes more apparent when placed side by side with the new color. We'll make sure to take comparison pics for you guys
As for the magnets, they are unsurprisingly a lot stronger! Really happy with the results as I can now shake the case pretty violently without the panels falling off Check out the video below:
So glad I picked the dark finish, truly unique space gray case in world‘s PC cases ! Thank you for making it
No mix and match colour shots......
Really means a lot to hear that, we want to give you guys something really special!!
Absolutely! So do we go for 100% hot-pink, maximum green or lava-red lighting when taking the most natural comparison shots of the new dark?
Any word on when we'll see stealth, and the full lineup side-by-side, with the new lighting?
Maybe dumb question, but with the strong magnets in close proximity to the parts, are there any concerns for fans/HDDs in that area?We're looking around for something bright/white to put underneath it, since the pictures become too dark when using our dark table top. As for the full lineup, definitely during our livestream
Maybe dumb question, but with the strong magnets in close proximity to the parts, are there any concerns for fans/HDDs in that area?
In a fully sealed system with the windowed panels, can you actually pop them off (i.e. pull them off). Or realistically speaking do you need to pull off either the core/front (probably core is easier) so that you can get your fingers in the underside.Nah, pull force drops off a LOT as soon as we get 2-3mm away. Also, each magnet is shielded by a 1mm wall of aluminium from internal components
In a fully sealed system with the windowed panels, can you actually pop them off (i.e. pull them off). Or realistically speaking do you need to pull off either the core/front (probably core is easier) so that you can get your fingers in the underside.
If you attempted to do it with your nails, would you regret it?
I just pop off the top panel (with a wooden chopstick) or the O2 panel (with fingers) and then pop off the glass panels by poking on them from the inside, takes 5 seconds Removing the the core is only necessary when you want to do a build, swap the front w. Booster Cell or invert the layout.
Yes you would regret using your nails, I just broke my plastic pen when trying to pry off the top panel (the thin part at the front).
A curated list of 120mm AIO coolers is available.what about 120mm aio? there is any measurement limit?
Holy! Who made that list?? Will link to it from our websiteA curated list of 120mm AIO coolers is available.
The limiting radiator dimensions are 157mm x 120mm x 34mm (assuming a 25mm fan). The pump block height is also limited to ~51mm (maybe 52-53mm if you can install the block after inserting the core), which eliminates several popular coolers. Other considerations are things like how long/stiff the AIO tubes are, and interference with other components (e.g. RAM, PSU cables, etc).
Hope this helps.
I made this spreadsheet, and posted it here in Dec 2019. I've tried to keep it updated as new AIOs are introduced.Holy! Who made that list?? Will link to it from our website
Unfortunately, the Asus Strix LC 120 AIO is listed as 121mm wide. It is possible that it might fit if there is sufficient margin in the tolerances between case and radiator. Won't know for certain until you have the case.Well, i was thinking about putting the strix lc 120 with a noctua fan, the 15mm thick