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Jonsbo V6S Mini-ITX Case Pictured

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    This little gem by Chinese company Jonsbo, which can be easily mistaken for a sub-woofer, is the V6S mini-ITX case. Measuring 250 x 240 x 210 mm (WxDxH), the case features a silver plastic perforated front, frame and panels made of aluminum, and a space-efficient arrangement of the PC's most important components. To begin with, its PSU bay is positioned forward (with a relay cable running rear), next to space for three 60 mm intake fans. The motherboard tray supports CPU coolers up to 60 mm tall, and graphics cards up to 200 mm long. Space for up to four 3.5-inch drives found on the sides of the frame. Its rear features a surprising amount of room for a 120 mm exhaust fan. The lack of 5.25" drive bays could dent its HTPC credentials, nevertheless, its front-panel features USB 3.0, USB 2.0/1.1, and HD audio ports. Pricing and availability information isn't revealed.

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    I really like this case for some reason. Kinda looks like a BOSE speaker in a way. I wouldn't mind building an ITX in it for gaming if I could make everything fit.
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    Very nice, as there are so few bay-less mITX cases that are also double-slot.

    Happy little case for anyone going FM2 Crossfire. Bit of trouble using any high-end Radeon though, but on the nVidia side you could go all the way to 670 if you watercool it.
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Ooh smexy.
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    I like it.
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    Yup, when I was scrolling and noticed the first two pics, I thought "what is a subwoofer doing on the front page of TPU?" lol
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    I was thinking the same thing! I like it :)
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    Looks like it might have problems accommodating longer cards.
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    Slip a GTX 690 and your set.

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