Now here is a PC Case!

#1 Edited by Klunt_Bumskrint (3389 posts) -

I WANT one of these

£600 for the DK-01X :(

#2 Edited by 04dcarraher (18984 posts) -

Its not a case! No its a desk! um its a case Im so confused

But The DK-02 would be nice for having a legacy system and a current system under one hood.

#3 Edited by harry_james_pot (10143 posts) -

I don't find it appealing at all. I prefer an actual case.

#4 Edited by evildead6789 (6906 posts) -
#5 Posted by Horgen (109953 posts) -

Cheaper to build your own I think... I've toyed with the idea. 120cm wide is small anyway. 150(4' 11) is something I have now and I would not go for anything smaller.

#6 Edited by Klunt_Bumskrint (3389 posts) -

I also want one of these...

#7 Edited by soolkiki (1710 posts) -

My desire is great!

#8 Posted by topgunmv (10056 posts) -

At that cost you could buy a different case and a desk that actually looks good.

#9 Edited by Grey_Eyed_Elf (3672 posts) -

#10 Posted by MonsieurX (28705 posts) -
#11 Edited by FelipeInside (25042 posts) -

That's not a case.... that's a PC Transformer !!!

#12 Posted by Postmortem123 (7568 posts) -

I also want one of these...

Slower than the 295X2 at double the price. Crazy.

#13 Posted by Klunt_Bumskrint (3389 posts) -

That was just a joke but the Desk I love. £600 is not worth it though :(

#14 Posted by Chatch09 (277 posts) -

@klunt_bumskrint: ^Yea, its a really cool concept but at that price its much more worth it to attempt a DIY build. Would'nt be that hard actually.

#15 Edited by Ballroompirate (21691 posts) -

Pretty neat but I still think these are the best cases out there (at least close to it), people can get pretty damn creative with pc cases 0.0

#16 Posted by Horgen (109953 posts) -

I also want one of these...

Given your use of GPU, I see absolutely no point in it. 2X Titan Black is better suited for you.

#17 Posted by Arthas045 (5050 posts) -

Those desks/cases are awesome!

#18 Posted by Curlyfrii87 (14903 posts) -

I do love the in desk PC's but i'm not all that impressed with that one.

I'd much rather build my own. I could customize to look way more bad ass, and probably be cheaper too.

#19 Edited by Horgen (109953 posts) -

Pretty neat but I still think these are the best cases out there (at least close to it), people can get pretty damn creative with pc cases 0.0

That computer case desk must be 150-160cm wide (4'11-5'3) or so. But why 4 reservoirs?

#20 Posted by Bikouchu35 (7234 posts) -

I also want one of these...

o.o I can quadfire 290 for half or even a third of the price.

Case is pretty sick no doubt, but if I had that budget I'll try to attempt to build my own.

#21 Edited by Horgen (109953 posts) -

I bet nVidia is laughing at everyone who buys it :P

#22 Edited by Grey_Eyed_Elf (3672 posts) -

I'm in the market for a new case and a desk... So this would kill two birds with one stone. That being said... £600 is a lot. I think I will settle for a Corsair 760T.

Also there's a Overclockers forums they make a owners thread for every new GPU and untill the GTX Titan Z came out people were showing images of their pre-orders. Guess no one is stupid enough to buy that thing :D.

  • SLI GTX 780 Ti = £1000
  • Titan Z = £2300

Prince difference = £1300

Performance difference = 0

#23 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23366 posts) -

The problem with that is the table is either too high or you don't get enough leg room.

#24 Edited by Bieberfan147 (60 posts) -

#25 Posted by Horgen (109953 posts) -

I'm in the market for a new case and a desk... So this would kill two birds with one stone. That being said... £600 is a lot. I think I will settle for a Corsair 760T.

Also there's a Overclockers forums they make a owners thread for every new GPU and untill the GTX Titan Z came out people were showing images of their pre-orders. Guess no one is stupid enough to buy that thing :D.

  • SLI GTX 780 Ti = £1000
  • Titan Z = £2300

Prince difference = £1300

Performance difference = 0

For gaming the 780 Ti is better, except when the 3GB VRAM isn't enough.

#26 Posted by Grey_Eyed_Elf (3672 posts) -

@horgen said:

@Grey_Eyed_Elf said:

I'm in the market for a new case and a desk... So this would kill two birds with one stone. That being said... £600 is a lot. I think I will settle for a Corsair 760T.

Also there's a Overclockers forums they make a owners thread for every new GPU and untill the GTX Titan Z came out people were showing images of their pre-orders. Guess no one is stupid enough to buy that thing :D.

  • SLI GTX 780 Ti = £1000
  • Titan Z = £2300

Prince difference = £1300

Performance difference = 0

For gaming the 780 Ti is better, except when the 3GB VRAM isn't enough.

According to 4K Titan Black results... 3GB not being enough sort of doesn't exist.

#27 Posted by Zelda187 (518 posts) -

I've never understood the appeal of flashy, expensive cases.

I'd much rather put the extra money into hardware.

I've bought nothing but Rosewill Challenger's for the past 10-12 years. Cheap, roomy cases with awesome airflow.

That's all I really want in a case. Plenty of room and plenty of airflow. Don't care for bells and whistles at all.