EVGA Introduces the Hadron Air Mini-ITX Enclosure

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agnickolov

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The reference to the LHC cannot be missed, but I'm not sure what do they imply with that... That you can unleash a torrent of energy within the enclosure perhaps?
 

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As to #2, no, it won't be.

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As to #1, I wouldn't say it's exhorbinantly overpriced, but it is overpriced by probably $20 to $30 considering the price of the PSU involved. The case without the PSU should probably be in the $60 to $70 range, thus the inclusion of the PSU should kick it up to around $160 to $170.
 

Durandul

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Like the article said, If you include the PSU, the price isn't that bad. $100 dollar case plus $90 gold rated PSU is what I'd go for on a desktop, why cheap out on a M-ITX?
 

The300zx1993

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I really want this case, but the lack of cooling solutions is stupid. However, right above the HDD cages (between it and the fans) there is about 1.25" of space. That's enough room for a single 120mm rad considering they are 1.06" thick. If you could fit one there, it would be amazing.

Space?
http://i.imgur.com/rtBHPTfh.jpg
 

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Saw the pic, but I'll be honest, I'd probably get this but go small-form factor all the way around- SSD, small CPU cooler, etc.

Probably wouldn't bother trying to fit a rad in there, personally.
 
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