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JonSimonzi

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Jan 30, 2008
I generally don't like flashy cases. My case is about as simple and elegant as you can get. But... I actually want one really bad. Not $700 really bad, unfortunately though. If it was about half that, I'd probably consider getting one.
 

ricflairw000

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I generally don't like flashy cases. My case is about as simple and elegant as you can get. But... I actually want one really bad. Not $700 really bad, unfortunately though. If it was about half that, I'd probably consider getting one.
+1 you should join the anti bling crew of me an ACSL hahaha

TJ07 no window no neon
 

JonSimonzi

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Jan 30, 2008
I have the FT01BW (the case I recommend in every thread heh), it does have a window, but doesn't have one single LED fan or light or anything of that nature. Just the power and HDD LED, and that's it.
 

Hookem

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Jul 3, 2001
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Man you guys are killing me...Was going to build me a new box.

Now it looks like I will be getting a new box to put my old computer in.

Jaw dropping for sure.

Makes me wonder what I was thinking the first time I saw one of the old Chieftech/Antec's back in the day.

Just had to have one.

Hey guys you need to send some tissues down here to Texas. My wallet is crying a river.

LOL...Man that is just too cool for school !!!!!
 
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Neuromancer

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Oct 11, 2005
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Hmm. Either that austrailian guy is behind this, or they stole his idea.


Dont have a link but a year or so a go a guy was two years into a build that looked like this except not anodized black paint on aluminum. There are some aesthetic differences but the bizzare structure is almost exactly similar. If someone knows what I am talking about and can post a link I would appreciate it
 

sherretz

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Jul 10, 2008
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I have to double check those pics. That case is H-U-G-E! IIRC, the top of the case is about even with the knee of the guy who is pulling it out of the box.

I would take a Lian-Li or Cooler Master over that any day.

Edit: Damn, can't link yet. Scroll about half way down the unboxing pics. Above his knee!!!
 
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Dec 13, 2005
Heh, if you buy this case you might as well tattoo "n00b" across your forehead. I just got the Lian Li level 80 yesterday.

Overall, a little too strange for me, whats wrong with a normal rectangular case?
 

pinky33

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May 6, 2008
I don't like flashy either, but damn this is a sweet case. I would have no problem paying $700 if it is built better then my $300 lian li. Not that my lian li is built bad, but there is room for improvement and I would hope the $400 more would also get me $400 more of quality and not just looks.
 

Diggrr

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Nov 29, 2001
Someone posted that a couple months ago from an electronics show.
Looks cool and all, but I don't think it's worth even close to that price tag...like those keyboards with the led screens for keys...noteworthy, but not a realistic purchase.
 

JonSimonzi

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Jan 30, 2008
It looks like a cooling nightmare. The main chassis compartment, looks to have one intake, and one exhaust. But a case such as this isn't used for it's functionality, it's all looks.
 

BenF

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Feb 19, 2005
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I like the case but $700 is way way too much. I definitely saw the thread where someone hand made a case like this but out of aluminum. This thermaltake case looks just like it. Was that thread on OCF or on a different site? I'd like to see how his case compares to this one.