Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 19 Jan 2010.
Just a note - Aston Martins used to have Fiesta switchgear!
+1 for the Tsunami Dream that's still my current case
also the lean is terrible!!!
I really can't understand why BMW chose Thermaltake to make this case. Every product I have ever owned by Thermaltake has been dire both in looks and build quality. Why not Lian Li or Zalman? The case does look amazing though, hopefully this will inspire a few good case manufactures to do something similar!
You guys did a first look like this on the Coarsair 800D, what happened to the review?
I'll take a case at a quarter of the price and far superior cooling, thank you!
Does it pass the power button rattle test?
Computer hardware enthusiasts designers do not make.
I love the product, but could come down in price considering the processing. If this is a pre-production or mk1 prototype production i will be keen to get my hands on a later model when they have ironed out quality issues, however if i was in the market for something which can look as brilliant as this then sure i will part with my money.
Another quality product from Thermalfail.
If Lian Li made this, I wonder how heavy it would be in the end.
great price too!
say what? Razer products hasn't got a flawed finish. I own a diamondback 3G and there is nothing wrong with the finish, LED or whatever. Also my brother owns a DeathAdder and that too hasn't got any flaws, not even the LED, it lits exactly as it should.
The case is actually very good looking, but there are just too many things I would change to be happy about it.
MESH! Oh dear, what a total bunch of scammers. I made the mistage of buying a HTPC from them, got a 2nd hand unit, they exchanged it for a faulty ex magazine demo unit (They left a previous shipping not in the box!), took intervention from ASUS and a direct supply from them to get a working new unit.
This case is awesome, it has a gangsta lean
Microdirect has had this case in stock a few weeks now, I wonder if anyone has actually bought one.
I still have my trustee Akasa Eclipse that I bought about 4 years ago. But it still does me. There's no hardware that won't fit into it. It has great air flow and solid as a mountain.
It's also got wheels, which makes it easy to roll out of it's little cubbt hole when I want to shove in now hardware.
It's been with me through about 5 complete upgrades of my hardware and will be with me for a few more, I reckon.
I love my 840 classic, I just wish it had a reversable mobo tray like my old coolermaster case
This case would have been hailed as awesome if it was a custom-made one-off case by someone... but as a retail product it falls flat on its face.
Thermaltake? oh yes the company that makes Watercooling blocks that suck so hard they have to add a fan on top of it...
And that Company expects me to part with 500£ for a case that is a) ugly b) feels flimsy c) you have to be afraid it falls over.
typical tt...not even close...
£500?! Go on, pull the other one.
I don't care who "co-designed" it - a computer case should not cost more that the sum total of the components inside. Tidy desk or not, this just falls so far in the realm of pretentiousness that it's not even funny.
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