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Spire Introduces Savit 6003 Case

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  1. btarunr

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    Spire Corp proudly introduces the Savit 6003 PC professional and gamer case. The Savit 6003 case is the evolved model from the Savit 500. This high-end, versatile and strong chassis is further developed ensuring both maximum performance and computing satisfaction. Every element of the case has been engineered to provide maximum cooling performance. Up to four (4) LED 12cm fans placed throughout the Savit 6003 ensuring unbeatable cooling and giving this chassis a power gamer glow. The meshed aluminum front panel allows unrestricted fresh air intake which is mandatory for today's extremely hot gaming components. The Savit 6003 chassis is specifically targeting gaming enthusiasts who are planning to use high end systems with Intel or AMD multi-core microprocessors, high end series chipsets and large dual PCI clot graphics cards.

    The spacious internal design enables flexible assembly and sufficient room for the installation of water-cooling. The Chassis is pre-applied with rubber grommet holes for feeding the external water-cooling tubes. In total nine (9) universal drive bays with tool-free support ensure easy and simple installation of your devices. Two drive cages with direct cooling and tool free mounting for five (5) 5.25-inch and five (5) 3.5-inch disc/optical drives provide massive storage capabilities. Additional two (2) USB connectors and one (1) eSATA connector on the front make it most convenient to connect your mobile storage or handheld device, while the HD microphone and headset connectors in the front offer you quickly multimedia access. Anti-vibration mountings and application of low speed cooling fans can make this the silent power machine you have been looking for.

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    Main Features:
    • Powerful & sturdy chassis design
    • Strong 0.6mm SECC Steel structure
    • Cool aluminum mesh front panel
    • Front-Top USB, eSATA & HDA & AC'97 SOUND connections
    • Turn and lock tool-less drive and card installation
    • Tool-free thumb-screw side panels
    • Large Meshed side panel for active cooling of video-cards
    • Four 120mm Blue LED fans, rear, front and top panel
    • Optimized internal space, High efficient Air In-take
    • Supports up to five 3.5 inch & four 5.25 inch devices
    • Anti-vibration and tool-less drive application
    • Prepared for water cooling tubes and systems
    • Functional, creative and opulent design

    Compatibility:
    The Savit 6003 chassis series are compatible with set V2.03 ATX and Micro ATX standards.

    MSRP: USD 79.95 / EURO 59.99
  2. mlee49

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    Not bad, does the side panel have pre-spaced holes for 120mm fans?
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    Meh....is it just me or does this case seem a little bit over priced for the very little features it provides?
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    So the pitted mobo tray can accommodate larger backplates? NICE! Good looking case with the black inside as well!
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    ^^^why didn't Spire just cut a hole for the backplate entirely?

    Overall though it is a nice looking case, just not for me.
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    I agree with the cpu backplate cutouts. I dont know why they didnt do that as well. Cable routing isnt much thought with the case either. I guess we just got accustomed to certain things even in this price point. I do admit though the case is really beautiful.
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    It looks good, but one thing that confuses me is why on the rear fan mounting it has holes for 90mm and 80mm when it has a 120mm one provided there already? Who in their right mind would replace the rear fan with a smaller one?
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    You will notice most cases out there have the option for 90/80mm fans because Manufacturers want their products to be fully compatible under any circumstance. Believe it or not but some people out there still use 90 and 80mm fans. Or think of it this way, your rear 120mm fan breaks and we happen to have an old 80mm fan laying around...you would most likely use it as a back off because a small fan is better then nothing at all.;)
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    Okay in the rare circumstance that the fan dies, just RMA it.

    Anyways, fans don't die that much. I have like 3 of the stock fans in my Lian Li case and they have been going strong for 3 years now, without even making any noise. It's kind of a rare circumstance to be accounting for really. If you badly need a fan in there, then I'd just cable tie it in place until I can work up the $5 for a new one.
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