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    Default BitFenix's ATLAS case is gigantic

    Computex 2014 - Something that BitFenix was showing off at Computex this year was the absolutely huge, but undeniably gorgeous ATLAS chassis. It is massive, capable of taking 10 x 3.5-inch HDDs, and 6 x 2.5-inch drives for a total of sixteen HDDs - yes, 16!
    Cooling wise, it can take 20 fans in total, with 6 up the front, 6 at the top, 6 at the bottom and 2 at the rear - all 120mm. When we talk dimensions, it begins to get quite huge - with 383 x 443 x 541mm. It's not for the faint hearted, but you might as well live life on the edge, right? BitFenix told us that this isn't the final design of the ATLAS, with the final design most likely being a bit smaller than what we saw on the show floor.




    BitFenix's ATLAS case is gigantic, but beautiful

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    Wow!
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    Air-540?

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    Default Re: BitFenix's ATLAS case is gigantic

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Air-540?
    Like it, want it. Yeah Neil, you're right, it looks a bit to Air-540, but much bigger.

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    Def looks like an Air 540 only bigger and better. I love the lighting effects and the huge window.
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    Default Re: BitFenix's ATLAS case is gigantic

    I personally don't like the aesthetics too much, but the internal concept and layout I do like.

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    Default Re: BitFenix's ATLAS case is gigantic

    I've wanted the Air 540 for a while now. This case is just as nice as I see it. The size may be a bit much.

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    Default Re: BitFenix's ATLAS case is gigantic

    The case looks amazing and if its out by the time the new 800 series graphic cards come out I'm definitely going to use it, unless its rediculously priced. I do have one fairly major critique about the case though, well not really the case so much as to whom ever put the components in it. The water cooling system is all over the place for starters. The wire management didn't even look attempted either. I know they were show-casing the Case but a few extra hours and dollars would have made this look way more professional, which is exactly the market i figure would buy this. Sorry to whom ever built this, you may have had only hours to build this at last minute. Which is probably what happened being as this was for Computex 2014.

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