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    MSI explains the virtues of the Nightblade gaming rig

    Marketing Manager Joran Schoonderwoerd talks us through his Mini ITX baby.
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    Re: MSI explains the virtues of the Nightblade gaming rig

    nice, could of done with a better look inside it.

    Overclock button on the front sounds more like marketing than functionality.
    needs dust filters.

    Would like to know the cost.

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    Re: MSI explains the virtues of the Nightblade gaming rig

    Quote Originally Posted by Pob255 View Post
    nice, could of done with a better look inside it.

    Overclock button on the front sounds more like marketing than functionality.
    needs dust filters.

    Would like to know the cost.
    £330 for chassis, PSU, motherboard and fans, so it's not cheap! It's getting great reviews, but as all the reviews point out it is insanely noisy under load. I guess it's a measure of how much people like it that even though it sounds like a jet engine and they're saying "I'd like it better with quieter fans/liquid cooling, and a cooler-running chip", they're still giving it five stars and a glowing recommendation. I think I'll wait before jumping on the mini-ITX thing, although I do love the idea of having such a tiny computer.

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