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    Cyberpower Trinity 300

    A gaming rig guaranteed to turn heads.
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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    This machine looks fantastic.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Definitely a unique case but the footprint and cable spread from the rear would be awful, I just couldn't choose it over a Silverstone FT05 right now - that's the perfect case IMHO.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Its not for me but i can see the potential for a fully modular case system so its stackable like hi-fi or horizontally laid out one next to the other. This kind of casing really appeals to me.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    It looks cool. But aside from aesthetics I can't see any real advantage over an equivalent custom-built PC in a normal mid or full tower case. In fact, the normal case has practical advantages, e.g. sound-proofing, air flow, upgradability (not all new hardware will necessarily fit into that case), weight, price.

    It's nice to see some innovation. But sadly this is not something for me, despite the good looks.

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    I can't help myself - I love the look of that chassis.

    It's a shame they didn't provide a mount that lets you stand it on it's end, like some kind of mini Cray super computer.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Don't reinvent the wheel comes to mind - no need for this at all!

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

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    Don't reinvent the wheel comes to mind - no need for this at all!
    I agree. I really wanted to see how long it would take to build but since this is a per-assembled system we won't know and they probably don't want you to know. Reminds me those dell cases back in the day that opened in half.


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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Innovation is allowed and welcome as there simply can be better things to come, regardless of people being used to conventional form factors. With that said, while I do like both shape and modular approach, I wouldn't have one mainly due to the ATX size used due to physical limitations, but always welcome to see new and different things (think In Win).

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Pointless, over-priced gimmick. Definitely wont be on my wishlist.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Looks good but not really for me.
    Now if they made it a little bigger to take a micro-ATX (m-ATX) and widen the top graphics section able to take 2 graphics cards with room for a optional builtin dual card 240/280mm water cooler (this could also take the new AMD water cooled Fury cards), it would make a great case for getting OOOOh"s and AAhhh's. Only problem is the m-ATX case would weigh even more and yet no handle or wheels (given £500 for this one - how much for a larger m-ATX case).
    And like Spreadie said earlier, if it could be stood up on it's side, would look like a mini Cray super computer.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    As above. mATX, with another petal (?) for SLI would do it for me. Tri shape looks better than Quad but I'm, sure there would be a market for quad.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Looks cool, could see it being modded into a Battlestar Gallactica fighter quite nicely. But then the price comes up and its a big resounding no.

    Cool idea, way overpriced.
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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    interesting design. I wouldn't make the purchase though tbh
    The more one seeks, the more one finds and so you realise there is a lot more to be found.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    Not every new or unique twist is going to be successful in achieving anything, but if nobody tried then we would all still be using boring beige boxes.
    In trying to be something different, we should welcome such options which could in some small way be part of the next big thing in PC case design.

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    Re: Cyberpower Trinity 300

    I love the case but I will not pay a premium for something like this unless I won the lottery and even then I don't think I'd buy one unless I opened up a gaming store with LAN/online MP and wanted some interesting looking computers in it.

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