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  1. #1
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    Jul 2012

    Tyton too gimicky too much nonsense

    First thing you say to yourself is why would you ever want to close the doors up to restrict all that air flow you could of had. So it should have been made to allow all that good air flow permanently except without the ugly doors. The wimpy water cooler isnt big enough to add any upgraded parts too.

  2. #2
    Helium Chilled Array _ PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)G46VW
    MotherboardRampage IV Gene
    ProcessorIntel Core i7-3930K
    Memory (part number)Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB (CMD32GX3M4A2133C9)
    Graphics Card #1ROG Matrix GTX 780 Ti
    Sound CardROG SupremeFX III
    MonitorASUS VG248QE with GSync mod
    Storage #1Plextor PX-M2 SSD 120GB
    Storage #2G.Skill Phoenix Blade 480GB PCIe SSD
    CPU CoolerCooler Master Seidon 240M
    CaseCooler Master HAF-X
    Power SupplySeasonic X-750
    Keyboard Corsair K90
    Mouse ROG Gladius
    Headset ROG Orion
    OS Windows 8.1 Update 1
    Network RouterASUS RT-AC66U
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    Dec 2011

    It is a bit gimmicky, but stacked next to a Dell or HP in a shop, which looks cooler? It's certainly not for everyone but it's an alternative design than your usual black/grey/orange(Acer) box that's had some actual love from real gamers, not just men with excel sheets. The Tytan is designed for mainstream gamers who don't want to build their own, but prefer PC gaming. The only upgrades really expected are perhaps an extra GPU and some hard drives in the future. The CPU cooler is enthusiast class - Corsair/Asetek LLC that many home-builders use. It would simply be impossible to ship a full WCing kit.
    Last edited by _; 10-03-2012 at 02:56 AM.

  3. #3
    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array
    Join Date
    May 2011

    Nice to see an Asus guy, being honest about the Tytan with regards to the pluses and minuses. I would have to agree, shipping a full WC would be nearly impossible without UPS/Fedex mucking it all up.

    As a person who got into PC gaming from a Dell XPS (circa 2008), I became very quickly frustrated with how much proprietary stuff that was in it and the limited expandability. At least with the Tytan, you can upgrade/expand/change more than those many of those AiO gaming rigs. Just my ttwo cents.
    Intel Core 3930K at 4.25GHz
    Asus Rampage IV Extreme BIOS 1404
    Crucial M4 SSD 256GB
    EVGA GTX 570 SC 2-Way SLI @ 822/2000/1.038V 24/7 Drivers: WHQL 301.42
    2 Caviar Black 1TB HDD
    Asus XONAR Phoebus
    Corsair H100 (p/p)
    Corsair Vengance RAM 16GB @1600MHz
    Enermax 1350W PSU
    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

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