Wednesday, October 3rd 2018

Nuxcase Chassi is a Mini-ITX Tower Case That Looks Bigger Than It Is

Swedish startup Nuxcase set out on its journey to make PC cases "simpler, cooler, and better." Big things have small beginnings, and the company's first creation is the Chassi, a mini-ITX tower-type case that looks bigger in pictures than it is. Clad in five contrasting 2-tone color options with clear acrylic making up the side and front panels; the case features a "slide-in" tray. You assemble your motherboard and graphics card (vertically) along the mount, and slide it into the case. A PCIe x16 riser connects to your motherboard.

The Chassi supports graphics cards up to 18.5 cm in length, and CPU coolers no more than 6 cm in height, restricted by the graphics card. The case features a mount for an SFX power supply and a couple of 2.5-inch drive bays. Despite its size, there's room for up to two 80 mm fans. It measures 110 mm x 215 mm x 245 mm (WxDxH). There's also a tiny handle that lets you haul it around. Available now, the Nuxcase Chassi is priced at SEK 400 (USD $44.2).
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5 Comments on Nuxcase Chassi is a Mini-ITX Tower Case That Looks Bigger Than It Is

#1
Vayra86
Very original and all... but you might as well sit next to a hairdryer.
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#3
McSteel
Vayra86, post: 3915974, member: 152404"
Very original and all... but you might as well sit next to a hairdryer.
Someone should've pointed that out to Nuxcase's marketing department - I'm sure they'd have made good use of it.
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#4
bonehead123
"cheap is as cheap does" this thing reeks of a low quality, slap-em-together-p.o.s. effort to get something out the door in a hurry, regardless of what it looks like or whatever........

prob ok for a cheap, portable lan-party rig, but otherwise useless IMHO :D

Also, whats the point of having that rodent in the 1st & last pic? size comparison for reference purposes or what?
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#5
JanfriBogar
The PSU must be FlexATX, and that's the real problem. It's imposible to buy a silent FlexATX PSU...
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