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X2 Products Announces the X2 6019 XMOD Chassis

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  1. btarunr

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    Introducing the new performance PC and gamer chassis by X2: The 6019 MOD Series, representing a great combination of versatility and durability. Positioned in our category named MOD Series, which means easy system modification, upgrading and awesome display options.

    The X2.6019 tower structure is well built and just pure cool looks. The meshed front bezel allows unrestricted fresh air intake which is mandatory for today's extremely hot Micro-processors, Graphic cards and Data Drives. The spacious internal design enables flexible and neat assembly. Sufficient room is available for the installation of larger CPU coolers and long Graphic-cards, especially after removing the removable HDD cage. The Chassis is pre-applied with rubber grommet holes to feed the external water-cooling tubes into the chassis.

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    The X2.6019 features four (4) 5.25" drive bays and six (6) internal 3.5"drive bays with direct cooling set-up, four (4) of the six (6) are situated in a removable drive cage. The case has three (3) pre-installed fans; one (1) 140mm Blue LED Fan installed in the front; One (1) 140mm Blue LED in the top and one (1) 120mm Nano Tech Fan installed in the rear to extract the built up heat. The X2.6019 pc case is satisfaction for the professional user, enthusiast and gamer alike. Spire X2 - All geared up.

    Features:
    • Stylish, unique design for real enthusiast
    • Meshed bezel provides the superior airflow
    • Fan controller & power switch on the top
    • High quality 0.6SECC construction
    • Removable HDD case for extended interior, up to 450mm VGA length
    • Cable Management enables neat cable routing & enhanced airflow
    • Built-in dual USB3.0 Super-speed connectors for rapid data transfer
    • Individual Fan1 & Fan2 on/off switch for performance or silent mode
    • Patented partition-board, provides independent thermal management for CPU & GPU
    • Backed by 2 years manufacturer warranty
    MSRP: USD 107.95 / EURO 79.95
     
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    Umm looks similiar to a certain Coolermaster case:roll:
     
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    It still looks like crap, that whole "stylish for real enthusiast" part is complete and utter bullshit.
     
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    For the unsuspecting, this is Spire rebranded for the premium segment (>75 USD).
     
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    Is that a divider to separate the cpu and gpu's airflow?
     
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    HAHA i knew it looked like some one else's did not like theirs either.. And hell sucks all that dust in on your lovely USB ports and shit.

    Getting sick of seeing the PSU always at the bottom it adds the chance of heating the air up near the possibly the hottest part of the computer.

    One day one of these manufactures will think Hey we can have the PSU at the the top to and still have it draw air out from out side the case and they be wanting a cookie for not following the sheep.
     
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    Yeah and you will have a warm metal box in the way of airflow and radiators bottom mount is the best you get more space for multiple GPUs to pull air also you can have the PSU mounted in the bottom as exhaust if you don't want dust. Personally I think bottom mount sideways like in the 900D is the best.
     
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    Patented partition-board, provides independent thermal management for CPU & GPU

    would have loved to see the look on that patent lawyers face....

    "So you want to patent a metal plate???"
     

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