Thursday, February 9th 2017

X2 Releases the New PENTA Gamer Case

The new PENTA PC case is a cool computer case made out of 0.5 mm SPCC steel chassis, all black coated structure including a full mesh front panel and two 4,0mm tempered glass side panels. This new PC gamer case is pure coolness. With more than enough space for the assembly or your powerful hardware. Even up to four 3.5-inch SSD drives, two 5.25-inch HDD drives and seven rear expansion PCI slots.

Equipped with a separated PSU chamber and ample space for those long graphics cards ( up to 380mm length ) and large CPU coolers ( up to 160mm height clearance) and superior air cooling enabled through the possible 7x 120mm fan mount locations throughout this chassis. Already included are 2 multi-LED 120mm red cooling fans, one on the rear and one in the front.
The PENTA 7001 offers easy upkeep throughout the whole chassis with nice cable routing and the tool-free removal of the tempered glass panels. Plentiful options for the plug and play connections of your gaming peripherals through the three USB ports and HD Audio jacks. Standard USB configuration: Two USB3.0 and one USB2.0 port. Show off your cool components, LED or RGB cooling and water or air coolers through the tempered glass windows. PENTA 7001 by X2-gaming. We believe in exceptional style coupled with genuine product quality, redefining the meaning of affordable gaming - All geared up! .

SPECIFICATIONS
  • ATX pc gamer case 0.5mm SPCC steel chassis structure
  • 4.0mm tempered glass side panel on left and right
  • All black coated structure
  • Separated PSU chamber
  • Connections: 2*USB3.0 & 1*USB2.0 + AC97/HD AUDIO
  • Cooling: 2 * Red LED fans pre-installed, 1 in the Front and 1 on the rear
  • Supports graphic cards up to 380mm
  • Supports CPU coolers up to 160mm
  • Supports PSU up to 210mm
  • Case size: 440*206.5*475mm (L*W*H)
  • Structure:401*201*435mm (L*W*H)
  • Unit net weight: 8.5KGs
  • 2 years manufacturer warranty
MSRP:
The PENTA model number X2-J7001B/W-2U3-2RL Suggested Retail Price is €59,95 / $71,95.
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22 Comments on X2 Releases the New PENTA Gamer Case

#3
lynx29
wasteful to take up space on TPU home page for this junk
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#4
ArchStupid
bonehead123 said:
meh...
Liviu Cojocaru said:
This case is so not interesting :)
lynx29 said:
wasteful to take up space on TPU home page for this junk
Do you guys only care about looks or what?
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#5
Liviu Cojocaru
ArchStupid said:
Do you guys only care about looks or what?
Nope but this case shouldn't make the "news" as there is absolutely nothing interesting about it imo
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#6
efikkan
Are there many (modern) 5.25" HDDs to put into these internal bays?
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#7
droopyRO
Liviu Cojocaru said:
Nope but this case shouldn't make the "news" as there is absolutely nothing interesting about it imo
Are there cases to get excited for these days ? for example i was looking for a case with a handle so i can move it easy like a bag from place to place, i only found second hand ones like CM Scout. But there are a lot of glass panel RGB cases out there.
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#8
ensabrenoir
.....wow I guess we need a 0% metal 100% tempered glass (case fans and all) case with a 2 billion color rgb system to get a rise out of folks.
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#9
MCJeeba
It's sad to see a company this out of touch with standards proven for the past two years. That mesh on the front is going to let too much air into the case. Maybe you could mod it with a piece of acrylic cut-to-fit to cover it up. Or even better, a local glass shop could be hired.
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#10
Papahyooie
MCJeeba said:
That mesh on the front is going to let too much air into the case.
Wut? :wtf:
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#11
MCJeeba
Papahyooie said:
Wut? :wtf:
The biggest trend in the past 2 years has been sealing off the front panel with a flat surface, such as tempered glass. This is because internal hardware was getting too much airflow, and has thankfully been fixed with this new industry standard. Making a case with a mesh front, such as this one, is just going backwards in time and is the opposite of progress.
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#12
Papahyooie
MCJeeba said:
The biggest trend in the past 2 years has been sealing off the front panel with a flat surface, such as tempered glass. This is because internal hardware was getting too much airflow, and has thankfully been fixed with this new industry standard. Making a case with a mesh front, such as this one, is just going backwards in time and is the opposite of progress.
There's no such thing as too much airflow... unbalanced airflow sure... superfluous airflow sure... but not too much. Having mesh in the front may be a step backwards in *style*, but not in technical efficiency.
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#13
jmcslob
Papahyooie said:
There's no such thing as too much airflow... unbalanced airflow sure... superfluous airflow sure... but not too much. Having mesh in the front may be a step backwards in *style*, but not in technical efficiency.
Not arguing...I totally get your point.
I think he's talking about a directed airflow which really does a great job and if done right actually works better than open air.
eh just wording...
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#14
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
jmcslob said:

I think he's talking about a directed airflow which really does a great job and if done right actually works better than open air.
eh just wording...
I think he meant to say dust rather than airflow because airflow pulls dust into the case.

You can get these foam dust filters off ebay that people use for air conditioners and stuff and just rebuild your mesh/dust filters -- I did the exact same thing for my Corsair 760T.
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#15
Papahyooie
jmcslob said:
Not arguing...I totally get your point.
I think he's talking about a directed airflow which really does a great job and if done right actually works better than open air.
eh just wording...
That's fair. I'd still consider that an air balance issue. Regardless, to address my original point, slapping a plexi panel in instead of mesh in order to cut down on airflow would not in any way improve temps lol.

FreedomEclipse said:
I think he meant to say dust rather than airflow because airflow pulls dust into the case.

You can get these foam dust filters off ebay that people use for air conditioners and stuff and just rebuild your mesh/dust filters -- I did the exact same thing for my Corsair 760T.
Now THAT would make sense.
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#16
Basard
Perfect! Ive been looking for a case that will accept my Quantum Bigfoots... er bigfeet.
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#17
MCJeeba
Guys... I was being overtly satirical. Come on.
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#18
PowerPC
MCJeeba said:
Guys... I was being overtly satirical. Come on.
And you thought that satire transfers well over forum posts? :wtf: :banghead:
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#19
ensabrenoir
MCJeeba said:
Guys... I was being overtly satirical. Come on.
........wow.... well played sir

....might wanna include the ;) or:rolleyes: next time for those who might think your serious.
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#20
CrAsHnBuRnXp
ArchStupid said:
Do you guys only care about looks or what?
It certainly helps considering we typically like to fap to our computers.
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#21
Vayra86
What is this...

'My First Led fan' build? This is like going back 15 years. Back then, this would look innovative. Now? Pointless.

They even stole the top vents (and the glass tint cutout for your SSDs!) from the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv... and on that case, this is proven to be a bad solution for any rad or top fan setup there.

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#22
Papahyooie
MCJeeba said:
Guys... I was being overtly satirical. Come on.
Haha my bad. Well played indeed. Got me hook line and sinker. :toast:

Looking at your posts in that light, it's genius.
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