Tuesday, May 6th 2014

Spire Unveils the PRESTA Micro ATX PC Case

Dutch company Spire has today announced its newest PC chassis, a model called PRESTA that's said to feature a 'contemporary and clean business design'. Pictured below, the case measures 380 x 175 x 360 mm and has a 0.45 mm SECC metal structure, support for micro ATX and mini ITX motherboards, dual front-facing USB 2.0 ports, one 5.25-inch bay, two 3.5-inch drive trays, four PCI slots, and rear, side and front fan spaces (120 mm fan support on the front and side panel, 92 mm on the rear panel).

PRESTA comes with a two-year warranty and a price tag of $54.99 / €41.95 before taxes.
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8 Comments on Spire Unveils the PRESTA Micro ATX PC Case

#2
robert3892
Corsair has low cost cases with better mod capability than this one
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#3
ZetZet
That is not even close to low price :eek:
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#4
natr0n
Nothing going on in there.
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#5
stiff77
No USB3, no cable routing, top mounted PSU....what year is it?
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#6
RejZoR
Hehe, "presta" means pretzel in my language :D Just nibbling my case... om nom nom. :D

Btw, where did they leave the HDD bay? Just one attachement on the intake fan grill?
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#7
micropage7
the internal part reminds me of 2000 era
and sorry, for that price im gonna take local brand case
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9700 Pro
by: stiff77
No USB3, no cable routing, top mounted PSU....what year is it?
Don't forget the gray internal. Far away from cheap, If I would need a cheap mATX case, I'd get a Fractal Core1000.

For me the front USB3 isn't neccessary because my motherboard doesn't have that header, but almost every new motherboard has it so I suppose many would need it.
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