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Old February 18, 2009, 08:43 AM
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The Coolermaster ATCS has the cut out as well, not sure which was first, but its not about copying, its about keeping what works and reengineering what doesn't, and the cut out works.

Coolermaster did it with the HAF932 first I believe, than went on to the 840.
Thermaltake copied the idea for their Element I think, but I don't care which came first. So long as companies start taking 'good' ideas and keeping them, and then throwing out all the useless crap we don't need/want in cases.
(Why can't all Manufacturers have Vented PCI slot covers these days....).

Overall, I like it.

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Old February 18, 2009, 09:20 PM
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Good day. It seems that good ideas always take longer to catch on than bad ones. That and vented slots probably cost more until more builders start using them.
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