- Feb 24, 2016
Liking that people are pooling together to order. IMO This case surely deserves more attention and exposure and getting in the hands of more users, only that shipping sucks!
I knew what bay area meant, spent a year in Norcal myself back in collegeHaha I meant San Francisco Bay Area. I should've made myself clear since there are many bay areas around the world lol
I know right! With the shipping, it brings the case to ~$300 which kinda sucks because there are a lot of great cases within that price point. However, not a lot of cases can support ATX Mobo, ATX PSU, and thicc GPU.Liking that people are pooling together to order. IMO This case surely deserves more attention and exposure and getting in the hands of more users, only that shipping sucks!
For sure. I have the overhead so I can run the fans at super low speeds. I think I run them at like maybe 30% to make them dead silent. The loudest thing in my entire system is the PSU fan which is usually not spinning or super quiet.If it still performed amazingly under this dusty condition, then you way overdo the cooling capacity of the system! Maybe you are having 300% reserve cooling capacity?
This is going to be my case for the next few years - 14L volume that can house 360 radiator, mDTX board and D5 pump-res combo ALL AT THE SAME TIME!
Though the full steel construction makes the entire case weight close to 5KG. Wish there was a full aluminium version to slim it down to about 2KG or so
Thanks, I did a small revision like that for the upcoming batch.@riba2233 a suggestion for future revision: the riser mounting rail on the bottom panel should be 2 long rails to provide the ultimate flexibility to the user. Right now it is 2 holes for 4 slot card, and 2 sets of split rails which limit mounting options when the card is not exactly 60mm or 40mm thick.