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News Cryorig takes its Taku desktop chassis to Kickstarter

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Gareth Halfacree, 30 May 2017.

  1. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    Gareth, more coffee needed this morning?
    "Although Cryorig originally indicated it would be selling the Taku case, along with its MacBook Pro inspired Ola, into the channel as with its cooling products,"
    Shurely shome mishtake Mr H ;)
     
  3. blackerthanblack

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    It does, look nice but...

    I wonder if it topples over when you pull the 'drawer' out with all the hardware in it?

    And those legs? I'm sure the space beneath will be stuffed with our junk, spoiling the good looks.

    Ah, you can't have everything, I suppose.
     
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    Hah - that's muscle-memory for you. Guess I type MacBook Pro a lot more than I type Mac Pro! I'll go fix it, ta!
     
  5. mi1ez

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    Not a bad looking case! Nice to see something a bit different (but not a snail shell or a train - looking at you Lian-Li!)
     
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    I looked at this earlier. Way too expensive for what it is and I would like to see some thermal testing first. If you look at the Silverstone ML04 it requires a strong metal bracing bracket across the top of its steel shell. This is alu without bracket! Surely the monitor weight limit is tiny.

    Alternatively, develop a wooden stand for any other desktop chassis?
     

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