Monday, November 7th 2016

REEVEN Announces the Koios MATX Chassis

REEVEN announced the Koios, a cube-type micro-ATX case, which collapses along a hinge for easy access to the hardware under its hood. The case features a horizontally dual-compartment design, with the motherboard tray being along the plane of the base. The tray can hold micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards; graphics cards up to 340 mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 180 mm in height.

The bottom compartment of the REEVEN Koios houses the PSU bay, and two drive-cages - one with a pair of 3.5-inch bays, and another with a pair of 2.5-inch bays. A separate drive cage mounted along the front panel provides an exposed 5.25-inch bay, an exposed 3.5-inch bay, and a concealed 2.5-inch bay. This case hence holds up to 7 drives. Ventilation includes a 140 mm front intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The top and side panels have acrylic windows. Front-panel connectivity includes USB 3.0 ports and HDA jacks. A convenient handle lets you carry the case around. REEVEN didn't reveal pricing.
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9 Comments on REEVEN Announces the Koios MATX Chassis

#1
NutZInTheHead
Similar to this Lian Li case:
http://www.lian-li.com/tw/files/2016/02/q34-001.png

I quite like how the top just gets out of the way to build your PC.
Also this one is micro ATX which I prefer than mini ITX, and also I really like horizontal motherboard layout.

I just wish this was available in my area.
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#2
Kursah
The Apevia X-Qpack3 is very similar too, no carry handle. Does the same fold forward as well...a good cube case for $60, if this is one priced similarly it'll be a good value.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
NutZInTheHead, post: 3551370, member: 108369"
Similar to this Lian Li case:
http://www.lian-li.com/tw/files/2016/02/q34-001.png

I quite like how the top just gets out of the way to build your PC.
Also this one is micro ATX which I prefer than mini ITX, and also I really like horizontal motherboard layout.

I just wish this was available in my area.
Yeah but Lian Li cost most people's weekly wage lol.
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
AsRock, post: 3551383, member: 40310"
Yeah but Lian Li cost most people's weekly wage lol.
They aren't that expensive same as any other good all aluminum case.
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#6
Xajel
Naah, will not have a case now till I see Type-C implementations
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#7
Hood
From the back, the handle looks really cheap, like it belongs on a $5 plastic toy. Still, it might be okay if the price is low enough, say <$40...
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#8
Chaitanya
Xajel, post: 3551413, member: 51625"
Naah, will not have a case now till I see Type-C implementations
So far only few cases from Silverstone, Cm and InWin come with Usb type-Con front panel. I dont understand why case manufacturers are reluctant to adopt that standard.
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#9
micropage7
will they get sued by silverstone coz the name? reeven?
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