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IN WIN 806 & A1 mini-ITX - Temp glass & wood Cases

Discussion in 'Case Central' started by Darren_uk, Jun 1, 2017.

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  1. Darren_uk

    Wise Guy

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  2. Darren_uk

    Wise Guy

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    I'M going for the IN WIN ITX Cube Gaming A1, Case supports my tall CPU Air Coolers :)
     
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  3. Darren_uk

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    Hello, IN-WIN Rep ...Come out, Come out, Heard this small ITX Case be rel in June & also can tell me the Price, I will not tell anybody?
     
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  4. Nemesis379

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    Any Pricing/Avail for 806?
     
  5. Legend

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    I do quite like the wood finish, very unique, but it's trickier to see how this would go with the rest of a build... somewhat anachronistic perhaps, but interested to see what people do with it. I think it lends itself to a more subtle and classy aesthetic, so definitely not for a build full of RGB madness lol!

    I can certainly see it going great with a matching wood desk though.
     
  6. Darren_uk

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    In Win 806, 301C, Gaming Cube A1 & Winbot First Look (English) #Computex2017

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ea51v6OBtWM

    A1 & 806 no rel date set as yet .
    Holy , I also like the 101c did she say 101c , Sure it should be the 301c , Coming Q3
     
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  7. Disco_P

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    Holy cow, the gaming cube a1 looks like it could be my next case. Will probably be the end of watercooling for me too.
     
  8. Darren_uk

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    Yep ,I'm After that A1 Cube ,Also may Buy the 101C , Dam they all look great .
     
  9. johnny sublime

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    The cube a1 looks like a bread bin
     
  10. Minibiker

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    I really like the cube a1.. will go nicely on my desk, However the missus wont be happy if I buy another case :p
     
  11. Darren_uk

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    Well Johnny Stated it looks like a Bread Bin , you could tell you Missus Its the all new A.I Toaster/Bread bin for the Kitchen .
     
  12. Minibiker

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    You genius I will try talk her into it :p
     
  13. Disco_P

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    I do bloody love toast
     
  14. wywywywy

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    I wonder who's going to be the first crazy enough to put a custom loop into the Cube A1! :D

    It looks possible but restricted.
     
  15. Disco_P

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    I'm certainly considering it. If/when i buy one i will be coming from a watercooled midtower so will definitely have an experiment. Thinking dual rad under the bottom, single in rear with pump res mounted externally on the rear fan mount. 65W CPU + 180W GPU should be fine on such a loop.
     
  16. wywywywy

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    I think it may be possible to mount the pump/res sideways under the PSU rather than external, similar to the build below. A D5 is probably too big, but something like the Alphacool DC-LT maybe ok, especially when used that Zotac 1080 Ti Mini Arctic thing.

    Just a thought.
     
  17. kinoblemeister

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    Think these look stunning. Only concern for the ITX is whether it would fit some of these graphic card beasts we have seen lately, i.e. 1080Ti in width...
     
  18. Darren_uk

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    Well can hold 30cm /300mm Long GPUs , maybe alittle more over that.

    width wise ..
    Looks like it can take them fine
     
  19. haszek

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    I'm betting prices won't be below £200:D
     
  20. Disco_P

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    Might struggle with cards that are greater than 2 slots in thickness. However it will have two 120mm fans blowing straight onto it so cooling will be excellent.