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    Default AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    ... huh... I wonder about build quality based on what I read in one of my other forums, but this looks like something I could really sink my teeth into. Just not too sure about the external 2.5" bay...

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    lthough, now that I look at it... the insides DO look a HELL of a lot like the Xigmatek Aquila, just with what appears to be less space up front behind the face plate.

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    Why is the Prodigy on the Aerocool site?

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Why is the Prodigy on the Aerocool site?
    I see what you did there x-P

    In all fairness though, I think this thing WISHES it was the Prodigy. To be fair the prodigy appears to have a lot more flexibility in terms of watercooling and storage options, but this can also comfortably hold a mATX build in the same exact chassis and still doesn't compromise on your ability to run a 240mm AIO CPU cooler should you want to, unlike the mATX Prodigy. My initial impression here is that as mATX cases go, this one is better. As mITX cases go, the Prodigy will probably allow you to do a bit more for you and would ultimately be a matter of pricing.

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    Arg its so damn CUTE ><!

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    looks promising but aerocool case are usually meh!

    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    I see what you did there x-P

    In all fairness though, I think this thing WISHES it was the Prodigy. To be fair the prodigy appears to have a lot more flexibility in terms of watercooling and storage options, but this can also comfortably hold a mATX build in the same exact chassis and still doesn't compromise on your ability to run a 240mm AIO CPU cooler should you want to, unlike the mATX Prodigy. My initial impression here is that as mATX cases go, this one is better. As mITX cases go, the Prodigy will probably allow you to do a bit more for you and would ultimately be a matter of pricing.
    So, it's the Phenom and not the Prodigy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    So, it's the Phenom and not the Prodigy?
    LOL I dunno, I kind of like the Prodigy better overall than the Phenom. I REALLY like the look of the Phenom over the Prodigy, but for the mATX versions the cases are simply too cramped. This one at least has a layout that will allow you to mount at least a 240mm rad in the roof for mATX. mITX, again there's no contest, Prodigy/Phenom all the way (until NZXT or Corsair drops something... now that'll be interesting...).

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    LOL I dunno, I kind of like the Prodigy better overall than the Phenom. I REALLY like the look of the Phenom over the Prodigy, but for the mATX versions the cases are simply too cramped. This one at least has a layout that will allow you to mount at least a 240mm rad in the roof for mATX. mITX, again there's no contest, Prodigy/Phenom all the way (until NZXT or Corsair drops something... now that'll be interesting...).
    Really I'm just pointing out that this is another ripoff of those....

    I'm much more interested in what Fractal Design and Silverstone may come out with than NZXT or Corsair. I do like the Prodigy quite a bit, but not enough to change my Node 605.

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    Default Re: AeroCool DeadSilence mATX/mITX chassis

    oh of course it is. Those ones set the standard. I say Corsair and NZXT because they really haven't dabbled in that segment of the market just yet, though with the popularity of their other larger models I don't know how much business sense it would make for either of them to go into the SFF cases just yet.

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