I am very disappointed that they do not plan to offer that delicious case separately. They seem to be neglecting the fact than many, if not most high end users with money to burn on high-end gadgets like to build things themselves. I would like to convey to BFG that I would be more than willing to pay around $600 for that case, possibly more if it included the nice slot loading drives and hardware/software controllers for the screen. Also, I would likely do so immediately upon it becoming available.
You pay $600 bucks for that case alone?
Someones rich. :P
But honestly we don't even know what's inside and it's cooling capabilities are so we'll just have to wait.
I agree, it would be cool if they should the case separately.. Like he suggests, "graduated gamers" aren't all about windows and lights. I went with the NZXT Zero for it's simple, yet regal look (and the 7 or 8 fans it has). This is a beautiful case, and the touchscreen is nice. It would be cool to have control over all of your fans via a touchscreen panel on the front of the case. The NZXT senty is the next best thing I've seen, but not as cool. I don't think I'll ever buy a pre-built system, I enjoy the building process/satisfaction of saving money and building it myself. Plus, $3k? I built my system for $2k, and it probably has similar if not better specs.
Same here I'll never buy a pre-made system it's so much better to build one yourself, you know what's going in and you can make it cost w/e you want for your needs.
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