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    Xilence unravels the monstrous Interceptor Pro

    One giant chassis for two different systems.
    Watch the show.

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    Re: Xilence unravels the monstrous Xilence Interceptor Pro

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    Last edited by blueball; 08-03-2012 at 04:02 PM.

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    Re: Xilence unravels the monstrous Interceptor Pro

    That's a really good idea! Could do with more support for many drives connected to the media side of it though.

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    Re: Xilence unravels the monstrous Interceptor Pro

    I wish I had the space for the Pro caes.

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    Re: Xilence unravels the monstrous Interceptor Pro

    I wish i had the money for the pro right now

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    Re: Xilence unravels the monstrous Interceptor Pro

    that would be perfect. It's large enough that I can fit my computer in it... and give my cat somewhere to nap

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    Re: Xilence unravels the monstrous Interceptor Pro

    clever idea for power saving too.

    small pc all in one board, low power use for daily surfing etc...

    lower machine for gaming, upgrades.......

    with a kvm switch, you're winning.

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