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Thread: EVGA Hadron Chassis

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    EVGA Hadron Chassis

    http://www.evga.com/articles/00777/#Air

    Looks to cater for the proper mini-ITX crowd with an array of features like smaller coolers and slot load optical drives.

    Can see it being quite popular amongst the SFF crowd, specially with that power supply.

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    The PSU is really what makes this case imo. The Hadron Hydro looks very promising too.
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    Looks really nice. I'd love to build a Steambox using that.

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    Just saw this and really liking the hydro version. May end up buying one when I can.
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    i really like that somone actually integrates a good GOLD psu into the chassis as most of the time they put some POS inside that makes me not want to purchase

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    What is the difference between the hydro and the air chassis wise? cant see much detail.

    Edit: D'oh, dumb question. The video had a much better look at the hydro, seems cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiiPE_DoGG View Post
    What is the difference between the hydro and the air chassis wise? cant see much detail.
    Room for a top mount radiator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiiPE_DoGG View Post
    What is the difference between the hydro and the air chassis wise? cant see much detail.
    Looks like room for radiator and mounts and bulkhead fittings??

    I don't think anyone will really know the subtle differences until they release it.

    Btw, I still have the issue of CPU magazine with the article about your flow rig in it sitting next to my crapper lol, I read it like once a month out of boredom, still a really cool rig

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKrader View Post
    Looks like room for radiator and mounts and bulkhead fittings??

    I don't think anyone will really know the subtle differences until they release it.

    Btw, I still have the issue of CPU magazine with the article about your flow rig in it sitting next to my crapper lol, I read it like once a month out of boredom, still a really cool rig
    I want a small rig as I might be moving across the country soon. very interesting.

    Thanks man, I still use Flow today (albeit a very different and less pretty rebuild due to various issues along the way.)

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    I feel like the front panel could use a fan controller.

    And the asymmetrical stand is a strange decision ("feet" at the front, none at the back).

    Other than that, looks nice.
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    Nice case. but the price misses the mark imho. http://www.evga.com/Products/Product...110-MA-1001-K1
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    The custom 500w GOLD psu is what brings the cost up. I would say that the price is pretty fair. It's no different than buying the much larger Bitfenix Prodigy after you buy a PSU for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3lfk1ng View Post
    The custom 500w GOLD psu is what brings the cost up. I would say that the price is pretty fair. It's no different than buying the much larger Bitfenix Prodigy after you buy a PSU for it.
    This, the power supply alone is about $100 so $90 for a niche case isn't bad at all.

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