Tuesday, May 5th 2020

GELID Solutions Launches the BATTLE STATION X PC Chassis

Tech innovator GELID Solutions launches the BATTLE STATION X-the latest Mid-Tower ATX gaming PC case. The BATTLE STATION X is part of GELID Solution's Gamer product line. The BATTLE STATION X is designed for gaming. It features excellent style with tempered glass panels and robust chassis with highly versatile layout. Tailored to accommodate top-performance components, the BATTLE STATION X provides extended space for the latest GPU and high-power PSU,and also supports full-fledged water-cooling setups with front, top or rear radiator mounts fitting up to a 360 mm radiator and 3 optional 120 mm fans.

The BATTLE STATION X boasts multiple storage options with easy-to-use internal drive bays for 3x 3.5" HDD and 2x 2.5" SSD. And especially, a set of USB ports and HD Audio/Mic outputs are located on the top panel to facilitate connection of gaming headsets and other peripherals. "For gamers, details matter. BATTLE STATION X is energized to pursue perfection in every aspect. And you can craft a perfect home for your gaming rig with it", said Gebhard Scherrer, Sales Director of GELID Solutions Ltd. The Battle STATION X is available now and has a MSRP of USD 85.99 or Euro 79.99.
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Chassis Dimensions (mm): 370 (D) x 204 (W) x 435 (H)
  • Motherboard Support: ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX
  • PSU Location: Bottom
  • Water Cooling: Water Cooling Ready
  • Supported Radiator Size (max.): 360 mm
  • Supported Radiator Positions: Front, Top, Rear
  • Front Bezel: Tempered Glass
  • Side Panel: Tempered Glass
  • Internal Bays: 3x 3.5", 2x 2.5"
  • Expansion Slots: 7x Full Size
  • Number of Fans (max. optional): 6
  • IO Ports: IO Ports: 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 1x HDA, 1x Mic
  • GPU Max Length: 290 mm
  • CPU Cooler Maximum Height: 165 mm
  • Body Color: Black
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7 Comments on GELID Solutions Launches the BATTLE STATION X PC Chassis

#1
Decryptor009
Looks the same as all the rest of the cases... boring.
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#3
Valantar
Wait, is that a Phanteks P400 TG just with an acrylic front panel (and it mounted upside down)?

Either way airflow is likely to be garbage. Which is kinda weird from a company traditionally making fans and thermal paste ... though maybe the plan is to push more fans on people to make up for poor airflow?
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#4
Vayra86
Valantar
Wait, is that a Phanteks P400 TG just with an acrylic front panel (and it mounted upside down)?

Either way airflow is likely to be garbage. Which is kinda weird from a company traditionally making fans and thermal paste ... though maybe the plan is to push more fans on people to make up for poor airflow?
Plan? This is just copy pasta, let's not make it complicated :P
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#6
Emanulele
Well, it's nothing special, but... it's only 37 cm deep with support for a 360 rad at the front, not so common.
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#7
Caring1
Valantar
Wait, is that a Phanteks P400 TG just with an acrylic front panel (and it mounted upside down)?

Either way airflow is likely to be garbage. Which is kinda weird from a company traditionally making fans and thermal paste ... though maybe the plan is to push more fans on people to make up for poor airflow?
Cooler Master Mastercase.
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