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Computex 2015: Corsair's Bulldog DIY PC Gets Detailed

SKYMTL

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Billed as a 4K gaming PC for the living room, the Bulldog is more of a proof of concept rather than an actual product right now but we expect this DIY setup to make a comeback sometime in Q4 one Intel's Skylake architecture becomes available. From what we have seen, Corsair has seamlessly integrated all of the components into a slim and compact chassis.

Watch more here: Corsair's Bulldog DIY PC Gets Detailed | Hardware Canucks
 

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Been tracking all the info about this case, specifically that SF600 SFX, I really want to know who it's sourced from and if the fan used is superior to the SX600-G!

I appreciate Corsair attempting to finally downsize their ITX cases, even though this is billed as a 4K Gaming (/Steambox?). Still some room to go with this 20L offering, but we're getting there. It's hideous though and I think they know it. The Node 202 is faaaar more pleasing aesthetically.
 

SKYMTL

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IMO, the most enticing thing about this is the price. Skylake mobo, liquid cooler, case and high efficiency SFX PSU for $400 and covered by Corsair's amazing warranty? Where do I sign up?
 

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I didn't catch that the MB was included. Thought the price was a little steep.

But with a MB and cooler $400's very reasonable. Considering that for a silverstone SFX 600 PSU and a case like a ML07 or RVZ01 (or another SS HTPC case) you're already at ~215 USD without a MB or cooler (and probably worse cable management from my experience), this is definitely competitively priced. I'll be curious to the reviews of what it's like for a build. Hard to judge the size by the video, but it looks roughly the size of an amp/receiver. Bigger than the Silverstones, but still media center friendly
 

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