Saturday, April 25th 2015

X2 Introduces the ISOLATIC Chassis

From the design heart of Europe X2 is introducing a new addition to its product line: The iconic ISOLATIC series full-tower pc enclosure is built for people that just love playing with computers. With ample room for up to 5 drives, 7 expansion slots for the installation of long graphics cards ( 370mm length VGA card ) and superior cooling through the 4x 120/140mm fan mount locations throughout this chassis. The ISOLATIC 6020 offers easy upkeep shortcuts like tool-free removal of side panels, hard drives, and graphics cards.

An all-speed fan control button and generous options for peripheral connections make the front-panel a complete multimedia gateway. Constructed out of 0.5mm SPCC steel with reinforced EMI shielding the ISOLATIC 6020 chassis structure is furnished with great cable management features that facilitates neat cable routing & enhanced system airflow. Show off your hardware and neat interior through the stylish acrylic window this chassis is versatile and a great pick for your next system build, modding project or gamer system. X2 performance PC hardware.
Main Features:
  • Ultramodern clean front design
  • Satisfactory space for assembly and great airflow
  • Fan controller & power switch on the top for easy control
  • 0.5mm SPCC steel with reinforced
  • EMI shielding
  • Individual Fan1 & Fan2 on/off switch
  • Supports graphic cards up to 370mm
  • Cable Management enables neat cable routing & enhanced airflow
  • Built-in dual USB 3.0 connectors for rapid data transfer
  • MSRP: USD 79.95/ EURO 74.95
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10 Comments on X2 Introduces the ISOLATIC Chassis

#1
DeNeDe
it's similar to the NZXT Phantom 820...
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#2
robert3892
Too bad there is no picture of the inside
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#3
lZKoce
I am officially a fan of these guys. In the upcoming weeks I will post a mini review of one of their cases. I have the case, I just have to get around taking pictures.
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#4
RyneSmith
lZKoce
I am officially a fan of these guys. In the upcoming weeks I will post a mini review of one of their cases. I have the case, I just have to get around taking pictures.
No need, we've already seen this. NZXT rip off
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#5
lZKoce
RyneSmith
No need, we've already seen this. NZXT rip off
I am not talking about the case from this PR release. Isolatic chassis may be similar to NZXT, so what? I think it looks pretty sleek with those lines, quite futuristic in a way.
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#6
micropage7
nice, a case with space taste
and yes i like that
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#7
Retell
I like how it is only $36 in China but for the rest of the world it is $80 and from the "design heart of Europe" by X2.

item.jd.com/1309077.html
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#8
lZKoce
Retell
I like how it is only $36 in China but for the rest of the world it is $80 and from the "design heart of Europe" by X2.

item.jd.com/1309077.html
That was awesome. How did you do it>? I'd have never thought to investigate this way? Or you happen to speak chinese? Anyway, pretty nice finding.
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#9
Retell
lZKoce
That was awesome. How did you do it>? I'd have never thought to investigate this way? Or you happen to speak chinese? Anyway, pretty nice finding.
Used to work at NZXT a case product manager. I don't speak chinese, but I've been to China often and know the market well. Here is another case made by the same company, they are known for their knock-offs. item.jd.com/1287583.html Look familiar? :laugh:
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#10
wickedcricket
DeNeDe
it's similar to the NZXT Phantom 820...
my exact first impression.
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