Friday, July 13th 2018

Spire Introduces the First Model of HUSKY series PC Cases

The Spire HUSKY series computer cases are the new addition to our line of affordable ATX mid-tower size PC chassis with contemporary looks. New on this series are the separated PSU chamber and Mainboard and components chamber. The modern front panel design is practical with one USB3.0 & wo SB2.0 and HD/AC97 Audio ports on the front top. The sleek and industrial front panel design fits into any interior, home or office or public space.

The lower structure provides satisfactory space for component installation and considerable cooling. The chassis structure is ready for multiple cooling fans, here is space for 1x 92 or 120mm fan at the rear, 3x 120mm on the front, 1x 120mm or 140mm on the top and 2x 120mm on the PSU chamber. Sufficient space for the assembly of long (380mm) video cards and large (161mm) high CPU coolers.
The HUSKY series are solid with sharp aesthetics. The first model in the HUSKY series is the "one" Part number: SPTE7008B/W-U3

Main Features:
  • Minimalistic and Industrial design
  • 0.6mm SPCC steel structure
  • Front USB3.0/USB2.0 and HD/AC97 audio
  • Thumb-screw access panels
  • Left side panel with clear acrylic window
  • 140mm, 120mm and 92mm fan mount possibilities
  • Space for 2*HDD & 2*SSD and 7*PCI slots
  • Supports graphic cards up to 380mm in length
  • Supports CPU coolers up to 161mm
  • Chassis size: 400*188*450mm (LxWxH)
  • Case size: 447*188*470mm (LxWxH)
  • Carton size: 525*244*515mm (LxWxH)
  • Two years manufacturer warranty
  • Codename: HUSKY one
  • Part number: SPTE7008B/W-U3
  • MSRP: Manufacturer suggested retail price €39,99 / $45,99
Availability:
The HUSKY one PC case is now available from Spire Corp in Shenzhen, China. European availability will commence end of August 2018. Source: Spire
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17 Comments on Spire Introduces the First Model of HUSKY series PC Cases

#2
bonehead123
lame
lame
same
same :(

I like the bag more than the case......
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#4
PowerPC
When I saw this I immediately thought "wow, finally a $20 case with a window".
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#5
theoneandonlymrk
Not a fan, it looks like some one just strapped a random window to the side of a lenovo case ,id save £20 and get a bitfinex Nova which is well made and can have a window that looks like its designed for it.
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#6
cucker tarlson
"theoneandonlymrk said:
Not a fan,
Not even one :laugh:
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#7
jsfitz54
Looks like a Frankenstein case, built with leftover parts from various brands.
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#8
HZCH
A fine case for... year 2010??
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#9
theoneandonlymrk
"cucker tarlson said:
Not even one :laugh:
ironically i had not noticed that, !What! lol that is tight as Sh@t ,but it is described as minimalist and industrial i suppose.
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#10
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Decent for €40, wish it had fans though.
But you know what I miss with moden cases? HDD slots.
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#11
bonehead123
"Frick said:
Decent for €40, wish it had fans though.
But you know what I miss with moden cases? HDD slots.
What is this "HDD" you speak of ?

Hahaha, j\k...
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#12
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
What is with the PSU shroud and no bottom fan location that has become the trend? Why have the case manufacturers suddenly decided fresh, cool air blowing straight up into a GPU is not wanted anymore?

It’s an actual question, hopefully someone has a factual answer.
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#13
micropage7
From the pic, it looks the steel is thin
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#14
IceScreamer
"micropage7 said:
From the pic, it looks the steel is thin
It is, from the spec sheet: "0.6mm SPCC steel structure".
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#16
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
"lexluthermiester said:
I think this case looks nice for a budget build.
Exactly a cheap oem case practically.
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#17
lexluthermiester
"eidairaman1 said:
Exactly a cheap oem case practically.
Give it a few LED fans, a nice PSU and some decent parts and this would make for a very cool looking PC.
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