Interesting that the picture shown for the Erazer is using a Mini ITX Mobo, usually higher end gaming machines want the features and expansion of Full ATX Mobos.
That case's angles are pretty sleek but at the same time the case looks fat.
OSunday, I noticed the same thing. The mobo looks like it has only 1 usable pci-e slot remaining free. 2 ram slots on either side of the CPU... Definitely doesnt look like an enthusiasts or gamers mobo. All in a gaudy plastic case that looks 3x too big for this setup. Why would anyone want to add 4 inches of plastic to the front of a case is beyond me, looks like the old Alienware aurora cases that also had a plastic looking shield on the front like this. These types of cases are rarely reused for builds down the line and never even have a decent resale value once the innards have become outdated and system is upgraded. But then again it has blue lights.
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