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    In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    See-though tempered glass and aluminium design with a front USB3.1 TYPE-C port.
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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    No optical drive but still looks great. Not to everybody's tatses though
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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    Always a bit puzzled when you see these monster 8pci-e type cases with no 5.25-front bays and only 4 hdd bays. Maybe I'm missing it, but surely the target audience for such cases wants to pack it out with drives and (at the very least) an optical drive and/or front panel reader/display/fan-control/lights etc? Otherwise a more modest mid-tower or smaller system would make sense.

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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    In win branded case so I'm guessing it could be priced at £300-£20,000
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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    Quote Originally Posted by Irien View Post
    Always a bit puzzled when you see these monster 8pci-e type cases with no 5.25-front bays and only 4 hdd bays. Maybe I'm missing it, but surely the target audience for such cases wants to pack it out with drives and (at the very least) an optical drive and/or front panel reader/display/fan-control/lights etc? Otherwise a more modest mid-tower or smaller system would make sense.
    In fact, this is the kind of case i have been waiting for. A clean and nice-looking front, free of ugly drives and controllers, or front bay covers made up by small gaps and sectioned covers. Considering it's 2015, optical drives are no longer a 'must', and should you need one or a card-reader, the usb option is always open.

    For the 8 pci-e slots; Yes, it looks like overkill, but most mainstream ATX motherboards usually have slots as for down as to the 7th row. And with new motherboards, fancontrol can be done from software, so your finger never have to leave the desk.

    Atleast i hope to see more cases like this in the future.

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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    The case *looks* nice (well, at least interesting) but I wouldn't want one. I still need/want optical drive bays and also the whole tempered glass thing puts me off.

    <rant>
    I'm a bit miffed at the USB 3.1 Type C connector labeling. USB 3.1 as such doesn't specify the Type C connector, the USB Type C Connector specification does. You could just as well create Type C cables for USB 2.0.

    And there's a specific USB Power Delivery specification as well. Again, nothing to do with USB 3.1.

    Last, but not least, USB 3.1 doesn't even specify a certain speed. Unless it's labeled USB 3.1 Gen 2 the speed will be the same as USB 3.0.

    Best of all, all features are optional! Go USB Implementers Forum!
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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    it's beuuutiful!!!!! @.@
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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    I really want - looks amazing - would like a white and blue version. But it would cost way too much - my build will feature NZXT H440 - clean, modern mid tier case. Maybe one day i can upgrade to the 805.

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    Re: In Win 805 Mid Tower ATX chassis launched

    Looks very pretty.

    For proper bling it needs an array of LEDS behind the honeycomb mesh in the front, that pulses upwards, depending on how hard your CPU/RAM is working.

    Now that many people don't need drive bays in the front any more, they should start to shorten the length of computer cases. May be add a mount at the front, into which you can insert your over length, super heavy, slightly drooping video card, to hold it better in place. Oh and add a little bit of height, so one can have a push/pull radiator in the top.

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