Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 22 Aug 2019.
Was that pin-based panel system first used in the (Lian-Li constructed) Ncase M1?
I don't really understand why it doesn't see more use elsewhere
Interesting. Pity there doesn't seem to be any X570 ITX mobos with the header to take that USB-C cable.
It looks a great design, and I'm a sucker for handles. IMHO, it's a shame that it's nearly twice the size of the NCase M1 that I already have and rate highly.
I've always had a bit of a thing for Lian Li and this looks like a lovely bit of kit. Not only very good engineering but a nice clean utilitarian design too.
The Asus Impact will.
Got any kidneys spare?
Nice find. And no. *poor walletses*
Love the look of the case and the impact board but not sure whether I could afford the latter even if I sold everything I own...
Can't find the exact 'board referenced here... Asus don't list any 'boards on their site as 'Impact' that I can find.
Ahh... went to their site & couldn't find it w/ the search filters they had/offered.
Is it even on sale, yet...?
Not sure, but someone on SFF.N posted this week that they had received one. Beast of a board, but as already stated, mucho limbs/internal organ selling required.
I saw one Asus m-ITX 'board at ~£600, so if it's that kind of spend, that's more than - I think - my whole current system is worth...!
Yeah you have to search by X570 and ROG and then it appears on the right hand side.
Doesn't appear if you search all AM4....
No on idea on when it goes on sale but I recall Paul's Hardware stating that he is waiting on his to arrive.
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