Tuesday, May 30th 2017

Streacom DB6 Prototype Detailed

Here are some of the first pictures of Streacom DB6, the company's upcoming fanless cube-shaped case. The case features a somewhat tower-like appearance, with its side-panels bulging out slightly outwards, which double up as heatsinks for the CPU and GPU. The top and front panels feature classy black-tinted tempered glass panels. The case can handle thermal loads of around 120W for the CPU and 120W for the GPU. With a little planning, you could squeeze in a 65W AMD Ryzen 5 1600 and a ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Mini into this thing.

The case can hold on to micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, and has room for up to six 3.5-inch HDDs (or up to twelve 2.5-inch drives). An elaborate copper heat-pipe based cooling system conveys heat from the CPU and GPU to the case's body, made of chunky aluminium, which dissipates it. It can hold on to a standard ATX power supply. Measuring 340 mm x 360 mm x 245 mm (D x H x W), the case weighs a staggering 14.5 kg (29 lbs). We expect it to be priced around the $350 mark.
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2 Comments on Streacom DB6 Prototype Detailed

TPU addict
case's body, made of chunky aluminium, which dissipates it
Nothing to do with the big ass hole's in the corners.

I do like it but it's not what i would buy, just some thing like it.
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This is a quiet PC chassis with passive cooling and a lot of aluminum, glass mask shows us the interior what is very fashionable. Expensive but so much of aluminum is not cheap.
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