Wednesday, May 29th 2019

FSP Goes "Full Tilt" with the CMT710 Premium Case

FSP is doubling down on premium PC cases this Computex. The company unveiled the eye-catching CMT710 open-air chassis. Made from aerospace-grade aluminium and tempered glass, the case features a symmetric, forward-tilting design that's partitioned vertically right along the middle. Each of the two halves has enough width to accommodate 17 cm tall add-on cards or 140 mm-wide radiators. The left side houses the motherboard tray with room for add-on cards close to 40 cm in length. You can also use up the front space to mount a 420 mm x 140 mm radiator, while still leaving room for a pump+reservoir.

The right side is where you'd normally expect the PSU bay, a bunch of drive bays, and room for more liquid cooling gear, until you discover that this half of the case has enough room for a second motherboard, oriented upside down, complete with room for its own liquid-cooling loop. Both halves have vertical add-on card capability letting you show off your high-end VGA. If you decide not to have a second system, you have enough room for dozens of hard drives, elaborate liquid cooling setups, or anything your mind can conjure up in space meant for an entire system!
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8 Comments on FSP Goes "Full Tilt" with the CMT710 Premium Case

#1
Th3pwn3r
I must admit I kind of like it. Without going RGB it has a futuristic look to it.
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#2
Wavetrex
So ... this is Bumblebee's cousin? Or a Decepticon.
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#3
jmcslob
I like these as show cases for Electronic shows or in PC shops but not really for personal use.
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#4
Apocalypsee
Th3pwn3r, post: 4056350, member: 74037"
I must admit I kind of like it. Without going RGB it has a futuristic look to it.
Me too, but I don't like the color scheme. That gold + white color looks out of place. Something like black + red or white + black would be better.
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#5
bonehead123
This looks like yet another abdominated pre-historic Transformer-ish conglobulated reverse-action abortion gone bad, really, really bad.

Oh, and yea, I don't like either...y.U.k...
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#6
GlacierNine
First it was the Cougar Conquer, then it was the Antec Torque, and now it's the FSP CMT710.

Who is going to do this idea next? My money is on Raijintek.
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micropage7
GlacierNine, post: 4056498, member: 174559"
First it was the Cougar Conquer, then it was the Antec Torque, and now it's the FSP CMT710.

Who is going to do this idea next? My money is on Raijintek.
Not all of them, pushing the design out of the box is good but in real life where you must count space, dust, hardware, add on etc
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daisy_gamer
jmcslob, post: 4056379, member: 67555"
I like these as show cases for Electronic shows or in PC shops but not really for personal use.
Same, they are really awesome to look at shows but not something I would personally use.
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