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Wednesday, September 28th 2016

X2 Announces the Syrius Gaming Chassis

The SIRYUS chassis is the next level craftsmanship that will raise the bar in design and quality levels. The SYRIUS is a new open frame concept constructed of a 0.6mm SECC metal structure and 0.3mm aluminum panels. Sides closed by real tempered and tinted glass, forming a vibrant and astonishing eye-catcher. A total of six 3.5 inch or 2.5 inch multipurpose drive trays and 2 5.25 inch trays that allow opportune installation. Furthermore, the additional water cooling tray can hold different, thick size water cooling radiators and systems.

Make best use of airflow throughout the case through the 7 locations for 120mm cooling fans and keep even the most demanding systems at low ambient temperatures. The SYRIUS chassis is prepared with 2* USB3.0 and 2*USB2.0 ports as well as AC97 and HD Audio connections. Compatible with standard ATX motherboards and long graphic cards up to 430 mm. There are 8 rear expansion slots to accommodate upgrades. The SYRIUS chassis by X2 is a high-quality and performance one of a kind PC gaming case.
Main Features:
  • Unique, eye catching design
  • SECC 0.6mm and aluminum 0.3mm
  • Full size tempered glass 4.0mm
  • Strong aluminum carry-on handles
  • 2* USB 3.0 and 2* USB 2.0 ports HD and AC97 audio jacks
  • 6 SSD mounting locations
  • E-ATX / ATX and M-ATX compatible
  • Up to 7 locations for 120mm cooling fans
  • Accommodates up to two 360mm water radiators
  • 2 year manufacturer warranty
  • MSRP: Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price: € 259.99/ $ 294.95
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13 Comments on X2 Announces the Syrius Gaming Chassis

#2
lZKoce
They definitely decorated this box :)
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#3
Melvis

I think they might need one of these next time they make a case
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#4
$ReaPeR$
Melvis said:

I think they might need one of these next time they make a case
LOL yes!
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#6
LTUGamer
Looks like it was inspired by Chieftec SJ-06B

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#8
Static~Charge
Apparently the name is short for "R U Syrius?!" :roll:
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#9
zedn
ZoneDymo said:
I thought it looked like that latest alienware thing:

http://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/t_original/jj4ghb8ffj8natadmfwa.jpg
Dude we're looking at something that's just a tilted rectangular tower case, not one of those hexagons. Even the Aegis series from MSI have more in common with it than Area-51 has. But yeah, this case doesn't even have the seperated PSU design from MSI... it's just a tilted regular tower case.
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#10
ensabrenoir
....I usually like "out of the box" ideas but..im feeling like this is what happens when multiple bad ideas get together and have children... maybe from different angles and other color combos i'll feel different.
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#11
ZoneDymo
zedn said:
Dude we're looking at something that's just a tilted rectangular tower case, not one of those hexagons. Even the Aegis series from MSI have more in common with it than Area-51 has. But yeah, this case doesn't even have the seperated PSU design from MSI... it's just a tilted regular tower case.
and so is the Alienware one....If I would draw a triangle over the Syrius it would be the Alienware case.
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#12
Chloe Price
I think this is closest to the number one on my "worst looking computer cases I've ever seen" list.
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#13
rchiileea
I quite like it actually but that's me can't stand rectangle boxes
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