Tuesday, March 26th 2019

DIYPC Introduces DIY-Line-RGB Chassis

DIYPC, leading professional manufacturer of computer cases and accessories, introduces the DIY-Line-RGB mid-tower with pre-installed addressable RGB LED 120mm cooling fan and addressable RGB LED strip with offering stunning RGB lighting. The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB comes with an integrated RGB controller with AURA adapter to control and customize RGB lighting with the built-in lighting effects or connect to the motherboard ARGB header for software control. The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB also sports a tempered glass panel offering a premium look like those of more expensive gaming cases but at an affordable price point. The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB will have an MSRP of $89.99.

The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB is a mid-tower chassis that supports up to a full ATX motherboard. It comes with a pre-installed addressable RGB LED 120mm cooling fan in the rear and an addressable RGB LED strip on the front panel for stunning RGB illumination. The integrated RGB controller with AURA adapter which offers 7 different color modes and 3 lighting effects - flashing, breathing, and stable.
Expansive Cooling Support
The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB chassis features expansive cooling hardware support. The chassis supports up to 6 case fans: 3x 120mm or 2x 140mm fans in the front, 2x 120mm/140mm fans on top and 1x 120mm fan in the rear. The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB also supports water-cooling solutions of up to 240mm radiators to be mounted in the front. The DIY-Line-RGB's drive cage-free interior design offers direct airflow to the installed components for optimized cooling.

Premium Features at an Affordable Package
The DIYPC DIY-Line-RGB chassis sports premium features that of more expensive gaming cases such as addressable RGB lighting, tempered glass panel, aluminum case feet, and power supply shroud. The tempered glass panel offers clear visuals on the interior and highlights the case's addressable RGB lighting. The power supply shroud offers advanced cable management for clean builds while creating a separate cooling chamber for the power supply and storage drives. The DIY-Line-RGB supports 2x 2.5" drives and 2x 3.5" drives, all in hidden locations to create a clean build.

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2 Comments on DIYPC Introduces DIY-Line-RGB Chassis

#1
bonehead123
W.o.W.... I'm soooo impressed I just can't stand it.... I'm gonna go order like, 10 of these, like, right friggin NOW hehehehe :eek: :D :p
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#2
Vayra86
I hate this front panel, it just looks like it has a door that is always slightly opened... Can totally imagine pushing it every day for nothing.
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