Thursday, January 17th 2019

DIYPC Announces the Affordable Trio-GT-RGB Chassis

DIYPC, leading professional manufacturer of computer cases and accessories (case fan, hub, headset, mouse) base in China which mainly focus on overseas market. DIYPC is proud to introduce its latest gaming chassis for every gamer featuring high-quality tempered glass and multi-color RGB fans. Featuring a steel body and support for ATX, mATX and mITX motherboards, the DIYPC Tri-GT-RGB chassis ensures gamers plenty of options for their build with extensive support for custom cooling as well as customization and its well-designed cable management and airflow will be sure to be a charm to those who want a great value case for an attractive cost. The DIYPC Tri-GT-RGB will have an MSRP of $109.99.

The DIYPC Trio-GT-RGB features excellent premium features to excite builders that will be sure to impress your friends and fellow gamers as well. The Trio-GT-RGB features dual swing door side panels allowing you to easily access the components and rear panel of your build. The side panels are made of 4 mm thick tempered glass to allow you to show off not just your internal components but your cable management as well. DIYPC has a 29mm gap in the back of the motherboard tray to allow ample space to manage your cables and the chassis has tie-down provisions so you can further secure your cables.
Cooling Support and Customization
Featuring support for a 240 mm radiator in its front vent, the DIYPC Trio-GT-RGB has options for both traditional aircooling and watercooling. A maximum height of 162 mm is support for tower air coolers. The Trio-GT-RGB also comes pre-installed with four 120 mm addressable RGB 18-LED fans. The fans are controlled with the integrated RGB fan controller and is AURA-compatible. The fans have 7 different colors in 3 effect modes and allows out of the box custom RGB lighting effects.

Front panel IO have been placed on the front area for easy access and allow DIYPC to fully utilize a stylish tempered glass panel on the front to showcase the pre-installed RGB LED fans.

A maximum of 8x 120 mm fans can be installed in the chassis for excellent airflow. The built-in bottom dust filter also allows easy maintenance for the bottom-mounted PSU for improved airflow and performance of the power supply.
The chassis has support for long graphics cards up to 383 mm long.

For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on DIYPC Announces the Affordable Trio-GT-RGB Chassis

#1
phanbuey
this actually looks really nice.
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#2
bonehead123
:( yawn :cry: ....

those hinges look like they are of the $1.09 bargin bin variety from the local hdwr store, and of course, the antique USB 2 ports instead of C.....yuk
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aldo11061979
bonehead123 said:
:( yawn :cry: ....

those hinges look like they are of the $1.09 bargin bin variety from the local hdwr store, and of course, the antique USB 2 ports instead of C.....yuk
Those are actually the same type of hinges on the Corsair Graphite 760T. When door swings open you can lift up to remove.
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#4
bonehead123
Regardless of who else uses them, they still look cheap & flimsy to me...
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#5
Firedrops
USD $110 for a case that uses punch-out PCIE holes. I've never seen a worse attempt at the case market, ever.
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