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    HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    Available next week, this ATX chassis features lots of copper pipes and aluminium fins.
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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    Smexy.

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    You know, I kinda like it

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    Very nice but $300 (so about £300 over here)....seems a tad excessive!
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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    the fanless tech is good for a beefy HPC but with me I love fans!! why?? coz I love AMD and intel chips that runs at +4Ghz and when you add a 290x ohhhh dear the case will melt.

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    I've never been a fan of two tone cases but on a design front it looks pretty similar to a Streacom FC10 Alpha Fanless Chassis (it supports 95w tdp as does the smaller fc5 evo), they go for around £220 in the UK and support optical drives.

    Pretty sure there are others too that are similar but cheaper.

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    I quite like the look of it, but I'd be worried about coupling between those blocks and the heatpipes that go into them if the latter aren't soldered.

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    Ever feel like you're stepping back in time? Looks identical to an old Hush HTPC from a decade ago

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    At 8kg and at that price range, it's just not practical, in my opinion.

    Pretty, but pretty bonkers.

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    Perfect HTPC case... is it dangerous to assume that one gets what one pays for?

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    I have an hdplex 3 case which is used as an hdpc with an i7-3770T. More than adequate for what I use it for and it fits neatly into my AV rack. The ability to run a separate GPU is really interesting and opens up a lot of transcoding options.

    Overall very nice but prefer it in black!

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    Re: HDPLEX H5 fanless chassis can handle CPUs up to 95W TDP

    That does not look like a 95W TDP chassis. Maybe 65W if you don't run it 100%.

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