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Cooltek W1 #1
Some of you surely remember my review on KobraLan Extreme, an ITX desktop pc assembled by the italian shop Kobrapc. The small beauty was based on a very interesting Cooltek W1 case and yesterday I have done few pics again!

Just to remind..KobraLan Extreme:

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Cooltek W1:

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This case is definetely well done and with the aluminum is close to be perfect. There are only a couple of flaws: the HDD cage is not removeable so could be annoying to keep if not used and the HDD mounting system is not totally tool-free.

Then (but this is subjective and not objective) there is the shape of the windowed panel that could be ugly for someone.

I have had few Lian Li and Cooltek W1 is not so far away.
Price? 90 Euro windowed or 85 Euro without
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Re: Cooltek W1 #2
That's one of the case reviews I'm really curious for
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  • Posted on: 2014/7/21 13:25
Re: Cooltek W1 #3
Yes, with a 280 or 240mm rad on top and VGA on air..is perfect
I would remove the HDD cage with a small mod, only for a better and clean design.


Seems like that Cooltek re-designed this small thing that, back in the ages, was very fragile
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(it's a Lian Li spare part)




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