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    Computex 2K5:: Coolermaster back with a bite?

    Never a company to sit back and hug the wall at the disco, CoolerMaster have unveiled what has to be one of the biggest, boldest and brashest, yet most practical cases yet.

    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD0xMjI5
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    Oooooh....I really, REALLY like that.

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    What interests me is the fact that it is ATX and BTX compatible. If we start seeing more cases like this, which can support both formats, we might actually start seeing more BTX motherboards. However, I've yet to be convinced that BTX is actually an improvement on ATX.
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    It's probably the most modular/flexible case I've seen... but its big enough to park a medium sized tank in.
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    Ah really? That's a bit of a downer then Not a big fan of supertowers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    It's probably the most modular/flexible case I've seen... but its big enough to park a medium sized tank in.
    How many small tanks does that equate to?
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    When's it gonna be out

    Wouldn't mind getting my hands on one of them for a bit of a modding sesh

    Getting a little bored with my old modded stacker.

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    The one I was looking at is an engineering sample, so the main case itself and all the specs won't change but the final build quality as in fit etc will be better... not that you can see that in the pics anyway.

    I think its a July launch... but don't quote me on that.
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    Has Cooler Master done away with the dingbat screws that pin the adapter card brackets to the chassis?

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