Monday, June 24th 2019

MONTECH Enters the Western Market With PC Cases and Power Supplies

MONTECH is a brand originally founded in 2016 that has been quite successful in the Asian market. Now it is looking to expand to Western countries, with a commitment to quality ensured by experienced engineers & designers from Taiwan.

MONTECH's core value is bringing "good value" to customers. The products are either better equipped or sold at a cheaper price than their competitors. Although the price may be lower than competitors', quality control is very demanding, including a random sampling of up to 40% of the finished products. The cases are aspiring to be very innovative and functional. The Air900 series, which will be launched this June, emphasizes airflow and dust protection. It comes with 3 dust filters (front, top, bottom), big area airflow design, and the unique design of detachable mesh on the sides.
As for the power supplies, they focus on "stability" and "silence", and have been built with material and know-how from several well-known factories to work intensively on those two aspects.

A new, fully modular power supply series will be released this August. This series is called "Century", with wattages raging from 550W-850W. The Century series is 80+ gold certified, full-bridge design, full modular, full Japanese capacitors, silent fan, LLC + SR, DC-DC design. More importantly, it measures only 150mm (W).140mm (L).86mm (H), so it can fit in almost any cases.
Montech is looking to achieve the same success in the western world as it did in the eastern one.

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6 Comments on MONTECH Enters the Western Market With PC Cases and Power Supplies

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bonehead123
Maybe I'm missing something here, but so far, I see absolutely NOTHING, notta, that is any different or unique or even remotely more innovative than the other 765,491.286 rectangular same ole same same boxen out there already........... yea they will be cheap, being made in China & all (at least until Trump decides to slap some tarrifs on them) but still ...

I do however like that funny line on the webpage that Lex linked to that says the front fans can "effectively" (what does that even mean without some specs to look at anyways) exhaust the hot air.....IIRC, the general consensus in most computer-oriented fora is that front fans are normally used to suck in cool air & the back & top are for the exhaust action, or have I been reading this all wrong over the years.. perhaps I had my head turned sideways or something when I read articles about fans or cooling systems or rads etc etc...:roll:

pass....
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#3
Mayclore
I see breakout expansion slot covers and I immediately pass.
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lexluthermiester
Mayclore, post: 4069527, member: 173731"
I see breakout expansion slot covers and I immediately pass.
Why?
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bonehead123
Mayclore, post: 4069527, member: 173731"
I see breakout expansion slot covers and I immediately pass.
Me too, because that's just anutha sign of cutting corners to reach a certain price point. Which is great for the low-end rigs of the world, but that's a realm I don't play in. I'm all for a good value/saving some $$/getting a good deal etc...but NOT when it results in the loss of and/or limited functionality/usability...

And seriously, just how much more would it cost to have the screw-in/reusable type of slot covers anyways, like, maybe, $1.00 total.....pffff
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lexluthermiester
bonehead123, post: 4069712, member: 139670"
Me too, because that's just anutha sign of cutting corners to reach a certain price point.
You're missing the point...
bonehead123, post: 4069712, member: 139670"
Which is great for the low-end rigs of the world, but that's a realm I don't play in.
..or maybe not. These are budget cases. If that's not your thing, cool-beans.
bonehead123, post: 4069712, member: 139670"
I'm all for a good value/saving some $$/getting a good deal etc...but NOT when it results in the loss of and/or limited functionality/usability...
Please explain how having break-out slot covers limits or removes functionality?
bonehead123, post: 4069712, member: 139670"
And seriously, just how much more would it cost to have the screw-in/reusable type of slot covers anyways, like, maybe, $1.00 total.....pffff
And you think those aren't included for when the user breaks out the break-outs?

Come on now, let's ease up on the negativity.
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