Thursday, May 21st 2015

Streacom Announces the F12C Chassis

Announcing the F12C from Streacom. The F12C is our first case designed to accept all standard ATX hardware, but of course being Streacom, the design is anything but standard. The ultra-minimalist exterior is made from 4mm thick premium grade extruded aluminium panels which are sandblast finished to create this simple but timeless design.

The unique design isn't just skin deep, we have developed a new drive and fan mounting system that does away with traditional fixed location bays, making this case incredibly adaptable and configurable. Drives and fans can be mounted anywhere along both sides of the case and at virtually any orientation. This allows you to mix, match and perfectly position drives and fans for optimal cooling and hardware compatibility.
There is an additional upper mounting rail which is designed for fans and water cooling radiators, and combined with side panel venting, provides incredible amounts of cooling potential. Fan grills have been specially chosen to filter dust whilst maximising airflow and can all be externally removed for easy cleaning.

The open internal structure and flexible design allows for oversized PSU's, 310mm long expansion cards, and 140mm + 2x120mm water cooling whilst still maintaining a footprint of just 420x320x184mm, making it perfectly suited for the high end home entertainment system.

For other information and pictures please visit our product page.
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14 Comments on Streacom Announces the F12C Chassis

#1
micropage7
the aluminum looks pretty nice but inside, nothing new
its like standard mid tower case that placed horizontally
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ZoneDymo
micropage7
the aluminum looks pretty nice but inside, nothing new
its like standard mid tower case that placed horizontally
Well standard, standard, would not call it that.
Its a very clean understated design, which I like.

Only thing people need to keep in mind is that these things are quite big, bigger then one might expect even though the size is just, well, logical.
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#3
a111087
lol.... looks like hdd's will get in a way of long video cards...
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#4
micropage7
ZoneDymo
Well standard, standard, would not call it that.
Its a very clean understated design, which I like.

Only thing people need to keep in mind is that these things are quite big, bigger then one might expect even though the size is just, well, logical.
why not? the psu placed above the mainboard, even the cheap case do that
you just placed horizontally and done, and the hdd hanging like that? it could be better than just relying on the material and the sleek design
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#5
Ciric
a111087
lol.... looks like hdd's will get in a way of long video cards...
Lol, looks like someone needs to read the text before posting. (The mount can be moved).
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a111087
Ciric
Lol, looks like someone needs to read the text before posting. (The mount can be moved).
i read it... says it can be mounted next to PSU, where hhd's will be in the way of PSU cables....
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#7
Ciric
a111087
i read it... says it can be mounted next to PSU, where hhd's will be in the way of PSU cables....
If you want dual gfx + long psu + several mechanical HDD's, then a case this size isn't for you anyway.

You sound like you're just searching for problems with a case, you wasn't interested in, in the first place anyway.
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#8
a111087
Ciric
you wasn't interested in, in the first place anyway.
who in their right mind would be?
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#9
tech Werup
this is what i am looking for longtime. horizontal full atx case with space for tower cpu cooler
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#10
Ciric
People with other preferences than yourself ;)

Not everyone want the samme from a case.
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#11
Vego
wanted to buy it but its quite expensive...
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#12
ZoneDymo
Right, so as long as the inside layout is the same, every PC case looks the same?
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#13
Jon Lupen
I have a Silverstone GB10 that I'm trying to mod to be pretty much exactly what this case is...
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#14
Nic Hanagan
This looks like a very versatile case and to those wondering the point only have to look at stieger dynamics you could fit a nice matx x99 board 2 titans and enough rads to cool it all, would be a sweet rendering/htpc/gaming machine and if you can't picture that then I don't think that you know enough about PCs and that genre to be commenting on the interior layout
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