Next Razer Licensed Case - NCASE M1?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by reloader-1, Aug 31, 2015.

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Should Razer partner with NCASE to make a licensed M1 case?

  1. Yes!

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  2. No.

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  1. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    So I was thinking of building a new PC, and the thought struck me:

    As a gamer, I normally don't use optical drives, which is why Razer made the S340 in partnership with NZXT. However, could I take it a step further and go for the smallest form factor possible with a full size GPU?

    I dug a little, and found the perfect case for Razer to license as part of it's "Designed by Razer" Case Program.

    The NCASE M1 (link) is a mini-ITX case, that allows you to mount a full sized GPU and multiple hard drives. The case is built completely out of aluminum, and matches Razer build quality (a plus!)

    Thoughts? I made a little paint magic below, my apologies for the crudity of the image!

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  2. Quentix

    Quentix Member

    I love this case, but it cost too much to import in EU. I would love to see a Razer M1 sold globally. It's the only "cute little case but still very powerful" case ..
     
  3. GTASANTT

    GTASANTT Member

    I think they should have razer chroma cases LOL
     
  4. icharico

    icharico Member

    looks good
     
  5. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    Received a response from the owner of NCASE! He said he would look into it later this year, if all goes well.

    Lets make this a reality! Please vote if you would like Razer to make this.

    Here are some size comparisons:

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  6. mltan

    mltan CEO Staff Member

    Have him reach out to me - I'll be happy to put my team in touch.
     
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  7. Odesius

    Odesius Active Member

    That would be a good case for my living room pc. Nice and small so it doesnt look out of place or take up to much room
     
  8. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    I e-mailed him and passed along Jeff Royle's e-mail at Razer, as I didn't have yours :cool:
     
  9. vampirivan

    vampirivan Well-Known Member

    awsome! really nice and cool!
     
  10. popbobtai

    popbobtai Member

    Hmm sure why not!
     
  11. Sixie

    Sixie Member

    id rather see Razer partner up with Corsair imo :) but I doubt Corsair would be into that.
     
  12. Svenmonk

    Svenmonk Member

    Good job! Great vision!
     
  13. Nik1628

    Nik1628 Member

    i am not lover of this very small case because the big case is more flowed
     
  14. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    Nik, of course!

    A bigger case will have more airflow, but if done right this mini-itx case is the perfect LAN or just apartment gaming pc.

    Everything in computing has its compromises, remember.
     
  15. Vivulux

    Vivulux Active Member

    If everything works out, make sure we get a Chroma version! ;)
     
  16. Kire985

    Kire985 Member

    Like the idea. I would definitely be interested in seeing how it looks should the product actually be made (seeing as Min-Liang Tan actually replied here I would say its only a matter of time). Don't know if I would personally buy this when i have the money to build a PC but definitely an awesome case.
     
  17. well done my friend, looks cool. Hope razer expands their cases a lot.
     
  18. Franksta88

    Franksta88 New Member

    sorry to revive an oldish thread but is there an update with this? im planning on building a new razer themed mITX system and if this is going to happen i'll wait until it's released!
     
  19. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    Min responded to this, and the head of the company making the nCase did as well. Perhaps something in early 2016?
     
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  20. Franksta88

    Franksta88 New Member

    beyond excited!
     
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