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I like the power shell design. Modecom tooling or SAMAs?
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That's the same as SAMA Forza, their retail model.

IMO it is absolutelly unnecessary. The board is large, posinitioned in a manner it makes it run hot and noisy and on top the casing adds another 3 cm at least for no reason, there is just space. It is way bigger than current designs so may not fit in some cases. Plus heavy and more expensive - the sides are so thick it can be used for light armoring I think normal casing and longer warranty would be more interesting than this. It is firty cheap, with only 2y…that's bad. Good maybe for some system integrators.

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