Wednesday, October 16th 2019

Jonsbo Introduces the TR03, a Triangular Case With RGB Lighting

Jonsbo, who have recently reentered the American market, have launched their latest PC case, which sees a departure from the norm (in a seen-before sort of way, though). The TR03 is a triangular case, eschewing the usual boxy design of 90% of the market. The TR03 is made of aluminium, for the outside and steel on the innards to achieve structural integrity, and features tempered glass side panels for showing off your hardware - like any enthusiast case true to its name should.

The TR03 supports radiators up to 360 mm, CPU coolers up to 175 mm, PSUs up to 185 mm and graphics cards up to 460 mm, so you known you won't have to make forced decisions regarding your hardware configuration on account of this case. The interior of the case is modular, and can be rearranged in a number of ways to display your hardware vertically or horizontally, and pre-designed mounts for your custom water tank mean you won't have to worry about your hardware's integrity. It supports up to ATX motherboards, has mounts for 3x 2.5" SSD + 3x 3.5" HDD or 5x 2.5" SSDs. It also features supports for up to ten fans. No word on pricing at time of writing, but you should expect this case to be in the upper echelon of pricing for the company.
Source: Guru3D
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20 Comments on Jonsbo Introduces the TR03, a Triangular Case With RGB Lighting

#2
Arrakis9
Reminds me of that Alienware case shaped like this.. As for
"recently reentered the American market" is there any word on who the distributor is who is bringing this brand back in?
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#3
phanbuey
picking that up fully loaded will be a test of mental and physical strength.

Arrakis9
Reminds me of that Alienware case shaped like this.. As for
"recently reentered the American market" is there any word on who the distributor is who is bringing this brand back in?
I too would like to know this.
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#4
DeathtoGnomes
I could see a retractable carry handle on the top being added.
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#5
Eskimonster
Very interesting case, actually like it a lot.
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#6
sepheronx
This is new. And I like it. Yes it's a rip from alienwares case but since you can't buy the case as is unless used, this makes a great alternative.
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#7
AnarchoPrimitiv
This case has been available on aliexpress for over a year
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#8
INSTG8R
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@bonehead123 c’mon man! This has to be better than “yawn” ;):roll:
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#9
UltraThicc
What's up with case manufacturers liking to choke case airflow with glass panel? What a stupid trend.
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#10
Crackong
Copied from Alienware ?

UltraThicc
What's up with case manufacturers liking to choke case airflow with glass panel? What a stupid trend.
It is kind of a cycle, few years back ppl wanted to choke their PC with glass.
Now with cases with 360 all glass, ppl want air flow back.
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#11
UltraThicc
Crackong
Copied from Alienware ?
Just Jonsbo doing what they do best : copying others' design, just like thermaltake ;)
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#12
Hossein Almet
It looks awesome, very tempting, but the form factor certainly won't fit my hardwares, as it does not support 140mm fans, and we don't know what level of radiator thickness it supports.
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#13
Digital Dreams
UltraThicc
Just Jonsbo doing what they do best : copying others' design
Beats the plethora of boring black RGB snooze boxes everyone else is shoving out. I like the design.
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#15
PanicLake
Are they "abusing" the upcoming TR 3 (ThreadRipper 3) release to take advantage of some SEO results?
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#16
lynx29
triangle cases should be a thing really, it makes sense, hard drives could be at top, power supply at bottom left corner, and mobo positioned so gpu will hit 3rd far right part of triangle. :D
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#17
Totally
Crackong
Copied from Alienware ?
That and a little Phanteks thrown in there.
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#18
bonehead123
INSTG8R
@bonehead123 c’mon man! This has to be better than “yawn” ;):roll:
YES......Finally........somebody is finally "eschewing the usual boxy design of 90% of the market" but me thinks it should say 98%, but whatever...:clap:

I like the overall design, however, I will wait for the reviews to see if there are any drawbacks/issues with it . Hopefully the price won't be so high as to limit it's appeal to the average user, even those folks (like me) who want better/different designs and don't mind paying a bit more to get it :D
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#19
ZoneDymo
That lack of airflow though....
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#20
Slizzo
Real news for me is that Jonsbo is still around.
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