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    Default Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case

    I dont what it's gonna be called but here it is.

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

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    Default Re: Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case

    And it could be had for the one time low low price of just 4 easy payments of $499!

    Looks good but for sure out of my price range.
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    Looks very interesting, but, being a confirmed AirHead, a waste of money for me. I'm not very familiar with Caselabs so could someone please explain what the square "openings" are on the front? I recognize the drive bays at the top, but I'm curious abour the larger ones below. VERY nice looking case, too.

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    Default Re: Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case

    Quote Originally Posted by rpjkw11 View Post
    Looks very interesting, but, being a confirmed AirHead, a waste of money for me. I'm not very familiar with Caselabs so could someone please explain what the square "openings" are on the front? I recognize the drive bays at the top, but I'm curious abour the larger ones below. VERY nice looking case, too.

    Those are typically used for double 5'1/4 Reservoirs or Fan controllers but can be used for whatever you wish. I have seen fans mounted in there, touch screens, displays you name it.

    Nothing wrong with being an airhead. You can still overclock the crap out of CPUs and GPUs with the right air coolers. I still run air on one of my systems. Using a Deepcool assassin
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    Default Re: Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Those are typically used for double 5'1/4 Reservoirs or Fan controllers but can be used for whatever you wish. I have seen fans mounted in there, touch screens, displays you name it.

    Nothing wrong with being an airhead. You can still overclock the crap out of CPUs and GPUs with the right air coolers. I still run air on one of my systems. Using a Deepcool assassin
    Like the one in my Case Labs TH10. You can see that you can add fans or controler's or what ever you like. Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case-new-pic-s-002.jpg
    Last edited by killjoyjim; 12-05-2014 at 15:26.

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    Default Re: Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case

    Thanks for the info, guys. Caselabs offers so many options I wasn't sure if they'd come out with something new.

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    Default Re: Sneek peek of CaseLabs new case

    Looks a bigger version of the M8
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