Monday, July 18th 2016

Jonsbo Intros the UMX4 and RM3 Cases

With the UMX4 and the RM3, we present two outstanding cases, both of which stand out due to their appealing exterior. Due to the combination of high-quality materials, flawless manufacturing and an eye for details, our cases stand out from the grey mass of the case market. The UMX4 is the predecessor to the UMX2. It's designed to house ATX motherboards and offers an efficient ventilation system, as well as generous space for a powerful system with multiple VGA cards.

The UMX4 combines a classic exterior design and a very stable chassis made from massive steel. When comparing the UMX4 to the UMX2, it's obvious that the interior has been massively redesigned to offer a better hardware compatibility. There are four dedicated installation spots for 2.5 inch SSD as well as two 3.5 inch mounting frames are readily available. Three 120 mm fans (2 x top, 1 x rear) are already preinstalled, two additional 120 mm fans can be mounted at the bottom of the case.
The RM3 is the predecessor to the popular RM1. The refined Mini-Tower can be equipped with both Mini-ITX or Micro-ATX motherboards and stands out due to its very clean interior design. Despite the compact dimensions of the case, users can still install VGA cards with a length of up to 310 mm and CPU coolers with a height of 170 mm.

Both side panels of the RM3 are made of 5 mm strong tempered glass, giving the case - in combination with the classic aluminum exterior - an exquisite look. The illuminated Jonsbo-Logo underneath the motherboard tray is thus easily visible for maximum effect. The steel chassis guarantees the case optimal stability.

The inner space of the case has been divided in two, where the PSU is mounted in a separate space below the motherboard. Three 2.5 inch drives - one behind the motherboard tray, two on the PSU cover - as well as two 3.5 inch drives behind the front cover, can be mounted in the case. Three fans are already installed - one 140 mm fan underneath the top, one each 120 mm fans in the rear and on the bottom of the case. A generous cable management allows a very clean and unobtrusive installation of the cables.

All cases are available in stores now. The MSRP for the UMX4 is 149.99 Euro for the windowless edition. The cases with tempered glass are 159.99 Euro. The MSRP of the RM3 is 109.99 Euro. All prices include 19% VAT.

Our Jonsbo cases are sold in Europe under the label "Jonsbo - powered by Cooltek."

Technical Data UMX4:
  • Form Factor: ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
  • Installation options for HDD/SSD: 2 x 3.5 inch, 4 x 2.5 inch
  • Case fan (Top): 2 x 120 mm
  • Case fan (Rear): 1 x 120 mm
  • Case fan (Bottom): 2 x 120 mm (optional)
  • PCI-expansion slots: 7
  • Height: ca. 437 mm
  • Width: ca. 207 mm
  • Depth: ca. 426 mm
  • Material: Aluminum, Steel
  • Max. Length of VGA cards: 310 mm
  • Max. Height of CPU-coolers: 162 mm
Technical Data RM3:
  • Standard: Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX
  • Mounting options for HDD/SSD: 2 x 3.5 inch, 3 x 2.5 inch or 5 x 2.5 inch
  • Case fan (Top): 1 x 140 mm
  • Case fan (Rear): 1 x 120 mm
  • Case fan (Bottom): 1 x 120 mm
  • PCI-expansion slots: 4
  • Height: ca. 385 mm
  • Width: ca. 215 mm
  • Depth: ca. 336 mm
  • Material: Aluminum, Steel, tempered Glass
  • Max. Length of VGA cards: 310 mm
  • Max. Height of CPU-coolers: 170 mm
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5 Comments on Jonsbo Intros the UMX4 and RM3 Cases

#1
Caring1
I think you have this bit backwards > The UMX4 is the predecessor to the UMX2.
The UMX2 is the predecessor to the UMX4 which supercedes it.
Same goes for the RM3.
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#2
Patriot
How much does it cost to not have a shitty logo on the glass?
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#3
Hood
Patriot said:
How much does it cost to not have a shitty logo on the glass?
I said the same thing, but, "The illuminated Jonsbo-Logo underneath the motherboard tray is thus easily visible for maximum effect" seems to indicate that it's not on the glass, it's an illuminated logo built into the PSU cover, and thus can be unlit or possibly removed. Not that I'd buy one anyway...
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#4
atomicus
Logo is removable on the UMX4 and you can create your own, as it's just a plate apparently. Jonsbo sounds like such a naff name though. Great cases though, I have a W2 and it's brilliant.
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Caring1
atomicus said:
Jonsbo sounds like such a naff name though.
It sounds like one of the Teletubbies....Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Jonsbo.
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