Thursday, April 9th 2009

Spire Launches the Simplicity M-ATX Chassis

Spire today officially announces its new Micro ATX Chassis called Simplicity. This distinctive Micro ATX case is sophisticated, stylish and innovative and stands out from the crowd with its modern looks. This case has been made to the highest possible quality to provide you with the satisfaction you are looking for in a small, yet powerful enclosure. Complete with pre-installed Silent ATX power supply and optional Silent 120mm fans in the front and 90mm or 120mm fan in the back for outstanding cooling performance. No matter the challenge, this case will be sure to deliver satisfaction.

Main Features:
  • Stylish & Contemporary looks
  • Durable and sturdy 0.5mm SGCC structure
  • Practical internal space design and dust-free
  • Front USB and Audio port Connections
  • Full Folded, Full Screen and Radiation protected
  • Micro ATX and Mini ITX Motherboard, Compatible
  • Rear 90mm or 120mm and front 120mm fan space available
  • Quality engineered and professional integration chassis structure
Product Includes:
Case, Owner Manual, Screws, Mainboard stand-offs, and HDD Speaker

Compatibility:
The Simplicity Micro ATX chassis is compatible with Micro ATX & Mini ITX mainboards and ATX power supplies.
Tool-free compatible for 3.5-inch Drives and bay devices, and PCI slot cards.

Availability:
The Simplicity is now available for direct shipping from Spire factory, distribution through global Spire branch locations will commence throughout April.
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15 Comments on Spire Launches the Simplicity M-ATX Chassis

#1
Jizzler
LAN party sleeper? Unsuspecting on the outside, holds X58 motherboard and Crossfire on the inside!
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#2
manicdan
i wanna see a case that can do xfire/sli but dosnt waste huge amounts of space in the front for dozens of cdroms and hard drives.

basically a shuttle just 2 inches wider and a real PSU for 600-800W
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#3
h3llb3nd4
I would only get it if I had the GENE mobo
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#4
DanishDevil
by: manicdan
i wanna see a case that can do xfire/sli but dosnt waste huge amounts of space in the front for dozens of cdroms and hard drives.

basically a shuttle just 2 inches wider and a real PSU for 600-800W
Use an Antec Mini P180, put the HDDs below, and put a dual 120mm rad up front with modding and watercool the whole machine. I plan on it.
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#5
crtecha
by: Jizzler
LAN party sleeper? Unsuspecting on the outside, holds X58 motherboard and Crossfire on the inside!
If that ever happens I gotta see it. "oh whatcha got there looks like a cute little baby pc awe........." Then bam the sucker hulk smashes and breaks the vantage record :roll:
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#6
manicdan
by: DanishDevil
Use an Antec Mini P180, put the HDDs below, and put a dual 120mm rad up front with modding and watercool the whole machine. I plan on it.
its basically the same size as this, im looking for something a good 30-40% smaller and packs just as much punch
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#7
Static~Charge
"sophisticated, stylish and innovative"? I'll give the case "stylish", in a muted way (not a bad thing). But "sophisticated" and "innovative"? Uh-uh. It's just a "Me, too!" case made from thin, 1/2 mm steel. The only thing slightly "innovative" here is the b.s. in the marketing release. Hopefully, Spire simply forgot to mention "inexpensive" in the product description.
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#8
ktr
That is one huge ass power button...
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#9
h3llb3nd4
I hate huge power buttons...:( they make me nervous
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#12
manicdan
umm, all cases look like that
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#13
Shad0WeN
with a huge power button in the middle of the front like that i have to wonder whether its going to block the airflow of the front fan?? if the actual switch is mounted on the case and not the inside of the front face it probably will
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#14
Static~Charge
by: Shad0WeN
with a huge power button in the middle of the front like that i have to wonder whether its going to block the airflow of the front fan?? if the actual switch is mounted on the case and not the inside of the front face it probably will
Take a close look at the front of the case. The area around the power button is solid plastic; the air intake grill is that strip at the bottom. The power button shouldn't have any effect on the (already limited) front air intake.
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#15
my_name_is_earl
Didn't I see this case last year? And the year before that? Same old same old.
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