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Akasa Announces infinity and infinity ZOR Cases

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  1. Darksaber

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    Akasa announced today they are shipping the new Infiniti and infiniti Zor – professional and gaming PC case designed for pro-gaming systems and high performance work stations. infiniti’s distinctive 11 bay design was created by Akasa’s Hong Kong based industrial design team. Akasa is targeting the ZOR at the gaming market and infiniti at those who want top performance with thermal efficiency and require low noise levels from the chassis. The infiniti case has a totally ventilated aluminium and mesh front panel with two 12cm fans, a top panel mesh window providing a watercooling facility for bay fitting radiators and fixings for 2 x 12cm fans.
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    ZOR has a maxi view window side panel and 3 x blue LED 12cm fans,
    Other features include: 2 x front mounted bays that hold three 3.5” HDD with 12cm fan included toolfree HDD installation with anti vibration dampening

    A total of six 12cm fans can be installed

    Power button and I/O ports panel locates in any 5.25” bay for full connectivity.

    Form factor : E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX

    Source: Akasa Europe
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    Reminds me of a couple Lian Li cases. Y'know the A77A and the PC-P60 Armoursuit. They're all relatively ugly.
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    I like it which explains why i have a TT Armor case. How about more pics as a case should not be picked for what it looks like at the front. BUT going by whots said about the storage i would not like it as much as the Armor case.
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    Looks pretty awesome. Seems the professional case, although it doesnt have LEDs, is more gamer friendly with water cooling taken into account.
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    This looks really good. I always liked cases with only drive bays in the front.
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    Look's like a modified CM stacker to me.
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    Oh wow, very nice. Anyone got a price on these?
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    Yup, CM Stacker look-a-like, except this one looks less metal more mesh & matte plastic.
    I dislike matte plastic looking cases as well as glossy toyish ones.
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    Yeah it's one thing i do not like about the TT Armor. but planing to take that gloss look away when i think of a good way to do it...
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    Eh, plastic isnt a big deal to me. I know Akasa is a European brand, but Newegg needs to get some of these, especially if the price is right.
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    Well according to akasa's site it's steel, aluminum, and mesh so no need to worry about it being plastic.

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