Wednesday, August 14th 2019

MONTECH AIR900 Series Cases are Ready to Hit the PC Market

Throwback to COMPUTEX 2019, the RGB gaming cases are under the most intense competition that all PC brands put highly attention on. MONTECH Air900 series, being one of the RGB gaming cases that draw lots of attention from gamers around the world, has been released in this August. This series of cases achieve MAX air-flow, classic design, and fabulous ARGB lighting effects. And most importantly: Good value. Two versions are available now depend on individual preference. AIR 900 ARGB features the ARGB light strips in the front panel along with the detachable mesh design at sides, which incorporate gaming style into classic design. AIR 900 MESH is designed of industrial style, which also adopts many gaming factors. The full mesh front panel makes perfect thermal solution. Designed for gamers who pursue maximum airflow and elegant looks.
Modern Design and Ultra Airflow
Air900 series exhibits the unique style of modern design and meanwhile achieves excellent thermal performance. Also, this series provides excellent durability due to 0.6 mm - 0.7 mm metal thickness and equipped with three dust filters. Moreover, 0.4 mm tempered glass achieves the solid construction of the case. Unique design of double USB 3.0 at the front panel and support up to 5 storage drives. The detachable mesh designs are on both sides of the panel. The dust filters are equipped at top, front and bottom.

Specifications
Air900 series are available in black and white color.

This ATX tower measures 21.8*11.5*19.6 inches (555*293*500 mm), with the volume of 16 lbs. Accordingly, the Air900 series can accommodate graphics cards with a maximum of 370 mm in length. That even increases the options for graphics cards compared to other competing cases. For CPU coolers, the Air 900 series has great capacity, which can accommodate up to 175 mm in height.

Ample capacity makes clear cable management, it can be installed up to 9 fans, support radiators up to 360 mm at the front and 280 mm in top, also compatible with the E-ATX motherboard.

The lighting for Air 900 ARGB version can be controlled by the RGB control button. Also it's compatible with Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion or MSI Mystic Light.

The standard configuration includes 120 mm black fans*2 at front and rear. Gamers are highly recommended to add additional purchase of Z3 series to maximize the lighting and air-flow performance.
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17 Comments on MONTECH AIR900 Series Cases are Ready to Hit the PC Market

#1
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Another boring case
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#2
bonehead123
nice price, same ole same same design.....f/A/i/L...

I wonder if Corsair has a patent/trademark/copyright on the "AIR" moniker, and will therefore file infringment charges against Montech, hehehehe ?
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#3
springs113
eidairaman1, post: 4098100, member: 40556"
Another boring case
if you don't like it, move on. Why do you insist on downing it? If it's not for you, no need to comment.
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#4
theoneandonlymrk
Throwback to COMPUTEX 2019, the RGB gaming cases are under the most intense competition that all PC brands put highly attention on.


Bta , are you using Gramarly? Brands put highly attention on , sounds like a turbo setting button.
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#5
GlacierNine
theoneandonlymrk, post: 4098142, member: 82332"
Throwback to COMPUTEX 2019, the RGB gaming cases are under the most intense competition that all PC brands put highly attention on.


Bta , are you using Gramarly? Brands put highly attention on , sounds like a turbo setting button.
It's a press release. The grammar is the manufacturer's.
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#6
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
springs113, post: 4098134, member: 39497"
if you don't like it, move on. Why do you insist on downing it? If it's not for you, no need to comment.
Because they are a all cookie cutter with rgb.
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#7
kapone32
At least there is a mesh front panel on one
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#8
Th3pwn3r
kapone32, post: 4098218, member: 181865"
At least there is a mesh front panel on one
Exactly, more case makers are improving air flow it seems
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#9
kapone32
Th3pwn3r, post: 4098293, member: 74037"
Exactly, more case makers are improving air flow it seems
Hopefully because things like zero fan policy on GPUs (I know I am going to hear about that) and NVME drives produce dead heat in the case and are best served to have proper air flow so that at least some cooler air can make it's way into the case.
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#10
ZoneDymo
springs113, post: 4098134, member: 39497"
if you don't like it, move on. Why do you insist on downing it? If it's not for you, no need to comment.
While I understand your sentiment, the idea is that the makers of cases will read comments or ask how things are received from sites like this.
By that it helps them know what clients want, so them sharing they find it boring is feedback, just as well as someone saying the love it.
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#11
Th3pwn3r
eidairaman1, post: 4098100, member: 40556"
Another boring case
Do you remember cases of the 90s , ha.
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#12
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Th3pwn3r, post: 4098392, member: 74037"
Do you remember cases of the 90s , ha.
At least they don't look like rainbow vomit
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#13
GlacierNine
eidairaman1, post: 4098420, member: 40556"
At least they don't look like rainbow vomit
Remember gaming PC cases from the early 2000s?



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#14
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
GlacierNine, post: 4098880, member: 174559"
Remember gaming PC cases from the early 2000s?




Xaser was the one to go with besides Lian Li, Antec/Chieftec, Silverstone.

Still more interesting than the rainbow vomit in cases today.
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#15
GlacierNine
eidairaman1, post: 4098978, member: 40556"
Xaser was the one to go with besides Lian Li, Antec/Chieftec, Silverstone.

Still more interesting than the rainbow vomit in cases today.
I'd much rather have something I can just turn off if it bothers me, rather than having to build in this atrocity:


Guess who built this?

NZXT.
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#16
bonehead123
the 2000's were great for a lot of things, unfortunately, pc cases weren't one of them...

those pics above are just a small variety of the same ole same same boring-assed rectangular boxen with some butt ugly, worthless plastic slapped on the outside, which rarely, if ever, added anything worthwhile to the form & function of the case itself.... unless of course, you were buying it for your 6-year old kid and wanted to make sure they paid attention to it for more than 2.9463 seconds o_O :clap: :eek:

the only difference now is that the craplastic monstrosities has been replaced by gobs of R.friggin.G.friggin.B.friggin gazillion-colored led's anywhere and everywhere that they can cram them into.....
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#17
GlacierNine
bonehead123, post: 4099308, member: 139670"
the 2000's were great for a lot of things, unfortunately, pc cases weren't one of them...

those pics above are just a small variety of the same ole same same boring-assed rectangular boxen with some butt ugly, worthless plastic slapped on the outside, which rarely, if ever, added anything worthwhile to the form & function of the case itself.... unless of course, you were buying it for your 6-year old kid and wanted to make sure they paid attention to it for more than 2.9463 seconds o_O :clap: :eek:

the only difference now is that the craplastic monstrosities has been replaced by gobs of R.friggin.G.friggin.B.friggin gazillion-colored led's anywhere and everywhere that they can cram them into.....
The difference being, of course, that you can turn the LEDs off whenever you want, and you can also set them to a single unified colour.

Unlike in the 2000s, when LEDs were pretty much always blue (Because gamer), and "LED Control" was only achievable by not plugging them in in the first place.

The only REAL downside to RGBing products is that it tacks onto the price, but even then, most products come with a non-RGB variant available.
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