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    Default EVGA Hadron

    Now you are able to build a mini ITX system with enthusiast performance! The EVGA Hadron mini ITX chassis was designed to not make any compromises. At a mere 305mm height and 169mm width, the EVGA Hadron chassis is extremely small, but capable of holding today’s latest hardware.
    With an included 500W Gold rated power supply, support for a full sized graphics card, sleek looks and enthusiast features, the EVGA Hadron mini ITX chassis packs a serious punch.
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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    Super nice and sexy! Thanks for posting

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    Agreed Bully! Im loving this case, its making me want to build a mini itx system.

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    EVGA is running a contest right now. 3 people will score one of these loaded with a 4770k and a Titan for $.99. Sounds good to me!

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    Nice looking case, glad to see EVGA entering the chassis market

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    I was checking this out this morning after receiving an e-mail from them and yes its a very nice case

    The Style kind of looks familiar don't you think? lets see take the foot and add it to the top make it white

    but for $189.00 bucks its probably up their build quality wise along with some really cool features
    Last edited by vinman; 10-09-2013 at 12:48.

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    The SINGLE THING I don't like: why is JUST the front propped up? I am forever going to be tilting my head to the side to observe that glorious hardware, and constantly be under the impression that everything is TRULY crooked.

    Everything ELSE about this looks awesome so far. Curious to see a closer look inside at what the cable management and other accessories look like. I think i saw a review posted through some youtube page earlier, may take a gander in a bit here.

    UPDATE: Here is the video link I saw earlier: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLsyZDEQglk

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    rr... uh... mmmmmm... *tsk*... Well... it looks good from the OUTSIDE. That's something, right? Also I am REALLY hoping that the Hydro version doesn't require those goofy looking brackets to route your tubing to the rad in the roof, and that you can select your OWN rad for the roof.


    Personal opinion: They missed the mark entirely with being able manage cables: your only option is to CAREFULLY route everything and tuck the remainder in that gap in the bottom of the case. As far as air flow is concerned, the air version, though sleek looking from the outside, lacks ANY intake fan options at all. Your only choice is to have your GPU and CPU draw air into the chassis along with the exhaust fans. This thing is going to save you the trouble of needing to dust your house ever again, as ALL of the dust will want to congregate right on your video card and exhaust fans. Suffice it to say, until I see it in action, I see the Hadron as being a dust magnet/oven combination, and frankly if I DID win their 99 cent competition, I would only go so far as to assemble the system in the case, send them a thank you pic, then go right out and buy myself a good PSU and a BitFenix Prodigy to actually run everything in.
    Last edited by Mgutierrez33; 10-09-2013 at 13:55. Reason: found the video link I mentioned earlier

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    James you beat me to it! nice looking cases though.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    James you beat me to it! nice looking cases though.
    lolz me too

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    Looks like a mixture of BitFenix Prodigy, and the windowed side panel resembles one of Corsairs windowed side panels

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    I love EVGA, but in all honesty, There is something about it that throws me off about the case.. Just something isn't sitting right.

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    I thought this thread was entitled "EVGA Hardon". That is a super slick looking case! EVGA does not disappoint!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xD3aDPooLx View Post
    I love EVGA, but in all honesty, There is something about it that throws me off about the case.. Just something isn't sitting right.
    I agree... The case looks nice, but something just seems wrong... After having made my own case, something seriously seems lacking. The stance, the look, the structure, I dont know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xD3aDPooLx View Post
    I love EVGA, but in all honesty, There is something about it that throws me off about the case.. Just something isn't sitting right.

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    James you beat me to it! nice looking cases though.
    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    lolz me too
    LMAO...i was reading about it mon night and thought someone would have posted it then.
    Quote Originally Posted by xD3aDPooLx View Post
    I love EVGA, but in all honesty, There is something about it that throws me off about the case.. Just something isn't sitting right.

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    Default Re: EVGA Hadron

    I do get why it sits like that though: they have just the one side tilted because that's where the intake for the chassis is located, and they probably somehow came up with some kind of wonky math that told them that the tilt, rather than being fully stood off the ground, would help accelerate air into the chassis as it funneled towards the back of the underside. This, of course, is dumb, and they should have had the entire thing off the ground properly and been able to accommodate PROPER kit inside of it rather than sacrificing cooling, cable routing and storage bay solutions purely for the sake of size and having a super tiny 500W 80+ gold PSU (take a look at even the Cooler Master Elite 120/130, the Fractal Design Node 304 and ESPECIALLY the BitFenix Prodigy). I mean even though that tiny PSU IS kind of a nice feature, it's also proprietary in a way. Even though there are other PSU's you could probably get that fit that form factor, how many of them are 80+ gold rated? Also, how pricey is that gonna be to replace in the event that it fails? Not exactly a convenient thing to need to replace at your local TigerDirect or to expedite ship from Newegg/NCIX/Amazon/<insert shop name here>.

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