Published on 3rd May 2011 by
Originally Posted by TWeaKI have a bit of a phobia about magnets near hard drives... surely that magnetised cover over the 140mm roof panel is a little bit too close to the drive bay?
Originally Posted by XirDo the front fans have filters? (i can't see from the picture)
Shame there is so little room between the foam and the fans with the door closed,
Quietness is appreciated, though
Originally Posted by SpreadieI don't think what is on offer justifies the price. I'd rather buy a Xigmatek Utgard, providing the extra couple of inches in height wasn't an issue.
Originally Posted by SpAcemanQuote:Originally Posted by SpreadieI don't think what is on offer justifies the price. I'd rather buy a Xigmatek Utgard, providing the extra couple of inches in height wasn't an issue.
But what if you want a clean looking case? The Utgard is hardly a case to compare if you are interested in minimalistic styling.
Originally Posted by InstagibThe last time i used a nzxt case, it used really cheap brittle plastic in it's construction of the door, meaning it eventually broke after 3 months or so. Is that still the norm? It put me off all nzxt cases sine.
Originally Posted by Saltire35I don't think the H2 comes near the Define R3 in terms of build quality.
Originally Posted by legoyodaA secondary hard drive bay right next to a magnet? Surely that's a huge design fail....
Originally Posted by MaterialReally? The 140mm roof panel lives on the rear of the roof of the case and the hard disks will be in the opposite corner of the case - the lower front, near the intake fans.
Originally Posted by slothy89Wow.. Magnets near HDDs? Bank cards? Has no one watched MythBusters?
They found that any normal magnet you are likely to find lying around the home or work place is not strong enough to effect the data on a card strip.
Originally Posted by Jipa
Have you had both cases? :(
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