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Abee Announces ACE-G40 Line of Cubical Micro-ATX Cases

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  1. btarunr

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    Japanese premium PC case maker Abee announced the ACE-G40 line of cubical micro-ATX cases. Made of aluminum alloy panels with SECC steel framework, these cases are designed with a perforated metal strip lining its front, which lets it draw air from a 120 mm fan. The ACE-G40 is available in two color options, silver (ACE-G40-S), and black (ACE-G40-BK). Its motherboard tray gives you enough room for CPU coolers as tall as 75 mm, and graphics cards as long as 270 mm. The ACE-G40 can hold a 5.25-inch drive, three 3.5-inch drives or up to six 2.5-inch ones. In addition to the 120 mm front-intake, the case has just enough room for a 92 mm rear exhaust. Measuring 269 x 318 x 249 mm (WxDxH), its dry-weight is 4.6 kg.

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    do want
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    I wonder if Abee will ever sell in the states?
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    Looks nice. I like the silver one.
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    The front looks great.
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    Hmm... I dunno. I mean, no rubber padding for HDDs? :-/
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    Looks terrible spacing. You might end up with a bent pin like this:

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    Easy Rhino says thanks.
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    Do you think it can take a full sized ATX power supply?
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    What if you got shaky hands? The pin might break. :)
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    Naah, You would have to wiggle it back and forth quite a bit for that to happen. You would have to force it back and forth actually.
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    Damn it all to hell, THIS! I have wanted an Abee case for the last 3 years! It seems they're moving further away from their large towers, several aren't even offered on their site anymore. They had one ATX chassis that was just so slick I would have given a finger for it!

    Also, they should make a phone case for HTC phones like the One X. Their phone cases are amazing.

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