EVGA Hadron Air review

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Want a really tiny chassis ? Well, we review the EVGA Hadron Air. A chassis that is small, but will house some pretty high performance components.Â*At 305mm height and 169mm width the EVGA Had...

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  2. TheSarge

    TheSarge Master Guru

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    It's a neat design, but it isn't quite right. To wit:

    1) There should be feet on the bottom, not bare metal. And it should be flat and level, not tilted back because there's a stand on the front but not one on the bottom.

    2) The USB ports should be on the front not on the side.

    3) There should be a fan mount space on the front if you want to add one there to help cool the hard drives.

    4) There's no reset button. I know this seems to be a trend in PC design lately but I don't agree with that.

    5) If there's a HDD activity LED on the front or the top I don't see one. I know, It's not technically necessary but what can I say; I'm old-school.

    6) They're probably gonna get sued by Apple for using that curved metal stand on the front that looks sort of like the last generation of Mac Pro cases. Because if Apple can sue Samsung for using rounded corners...
     
  3. iancook221188

    iancook221188 Ancient Guru

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    i like it but the price is quite high
     
  4. scipio

    scipio Ancient Guru

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    Why do you want dust filters on exhaust fans?
     

  5. tsunami231

    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    WTF is with all the pc case that have see threw sides? I dont want all the lights from the in side the case coming out.... WAY to many cases do this it makes find a a good case hard to do
     
  6. TheSarge

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    It's the bling factor. You wanna show off how cool the PC looks inside without taking the side panel off, then you use a window. I don't know why you don't want the lights on the inside of the case shining out.... they're just little LEDs, can't be all that bright can they?
     
  7. tsunami231

    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    yes they can when you sleep in same room of pc and have to turn the pc off cause you dont computer lights and fans with led light lighting up the room..

    I never understand why you would want LED lights in the case or why anyone would want to have it see threw it Do you look at the insides of your pc when you using it?

    I find it stupid I want cases that keep the noise and lights inside it there no reason for led lights in case and see threw side unless you vain and need inside of case to look pretty with lights. which still serves no purpose
     
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    Jesus H Christ its just a window. Some people like looking inside it every once in a while and take pride im themselves because they built that. I like windows not so much LEDs or lights anymore. A window with a dim white led makes it look real nice. Plus whats wrong with turning your pc off when you aren't using it? unless you are running something in the background i dont see a point.
     

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