Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

Cooltek Unveils the C2 Aluminum HTPC Chassis

Cooltek has this week announced the C2, a new, all-aluminum PC case that offers support for micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards. Seen below, this media server/HTPC chassis measures 270 (H) x 200 (W) x 224 (D) mm, it weighs just 1.2 kg, and features a side I/O panel with two USB 3.0 ports, one 3.5-inch and one 2.5-inch bay, three PCI slots and support for one 120/140 mm fan on the bottom panel.

The C2 can house CPU coolers up to 80 mm tall and graphics cards up to 220 mm long, and is expected to become available in the coming weeks.
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5 Comments on Cooltek Unveils the C2 Aluminum HTPC Chassis

#1
dwade
Great. Even more blank front panels chassis flooding the market...
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#2
Jizzler
Nice, though I think I prefer their Coolcube more. Looks are going win out over a minor feature such as a third bracket.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
I would of liked more cooling power than a clossed of box how ever it does look nice. Looks are not every thing.
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#4
alwayssts
by: dwade
Great. Even more blank front panels chassis flooding the market...
...and to think, I still want another blank front chassis (okay, I lie, I want a couple usb ports).

I just continue to wish someone would make a matx case long enough for 11ish inch cards, while keeping it short...and this computex looks to be another bust. 220mm? I feel like we're going backwards...that's not even enough for (most) decent mid-range cards. I understand that some people don't need/want the extra space, but then why not make it even smaller? I don't quite understand the appeal of this.
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#5
rooivalk
I don't know if Jonsbo and Cooltek are the same.
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