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Originally Posted by BindibadgiLovely looking case, id still prefer wider over taller though - sacrifice the 60mm exhaust and put the psu on it's "back" rather than "side", seeing as space underneath TVs is often wider than it is taller.
Originally Posted by eddie_daneWell, it could be argued that bluetooth doesn't require or benefit greatly from case design, whereas IR does. Most bluetooth is supported by the motherboard, usually using a dongle. IR needs a window in the case, otherwise, you have to install it externally and it makes the setup more awkward.
As more and more bluetooth media keyboards hit the market, you are right, IR will go the way of all things obsolete.
Originally Posted by eddie_daneWell the dimentions of the PSU the way it is just comes up to the top of any cards (video or sound). The size is not really dictated by the dimensions of the PSU as much as cards. If you laid the PSU on it's side, you would be forced to use thin cards like some of the ATi 9200's or riser adaptors. This is the only way to do it and allow full size cards.
Originally Posted by JonDixonQuestion is, when will it be available in the UK and where?
Just looked on newegg.com and the amd64 barebones is $255 but I doubt it'll translate into the £130 before tax.
Definately want one though. Theres a good review on anandtech on htpc cases. With this one coming in second.
So if anyone can find or get one to the UK let me know
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