Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

ABKONCORE Releases The C710S Middle Tower Case

ABKONCORE has recently unveiled the premium C710S Middle Tower Case. The case features a luxurious Steel/ABS/Tempered Glass design with side air vents and an RGB LED strip on the bottom. The case features a left tempered glass side panel, one included 120 mm Auto Ring Spectrum RGB fan, removable top magnetic dust filter, and removable bottom dust filter.

Case front I/O consists of 2x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, HD Audio, Mic, Power, and Reset. The case can accommodate up to 7 2.5" SSDs and 2 3.5" HDDs and comes with shock-absorbing rubber pads for reduced noise and vibration. Cooling support includes space for up to 7 additional 120 mm fans, 360 mm radiator and can support 390 mm GPUs.
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4 Comments on ABKONCORE Releases The C710S Middle Tower Case

#1
bonehead123
s.n.o.o.z.e.f.e.s.t.....,

WOW, a grand total of 1 fan included... WOW....

No C, no buy IMHO :)

This is like their 3rd or 4th boring, lame-lame no-effort design in a row now, when are they gonna make a non-turd case that gives us something attractive & better than the other 5,159,784.63 same ole sames ????
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#2
Chrispy_
Despite being better than some examples, this is still a case of "no intake, lots of exhaust"

What is the point in having a huge 280mm vent up top and a 120 rear for all the heat to escape from if there's nowhere for it to enter the case in the first place?
I see a thin strip of tiny holes about 1/8th the width of the front panel. That is not mesh, that is more metal than hole - which numerous mainstream reviewers have repeatedly shown to be atrocious for aiflow.

I can guarantee this is a terrible case for cooling. If you like the understated looks and plan a 65W APU build, then it'll be okay. Wastefully empty, sure, but it'll probably not overheat and throttle at least.
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#3
micropage7
Chrispy_
Despite being better than some examples, this is still a case of "no intake, lots of exhaust"

What is the point in having a huge 280mm vent up top and a 120 rear for all the heat to escape from if there's nowhere for it to enter the case in the first place?
I see a thin strip of tiny holes about 1/8th the width of the front panel. That is not mesh, that is more metal than hole - which numerous mainstream reviewers have repeatedly shown to be atrocious for aiflow.

I can guarantee this is a terrible case for cooling. If you like the understated looks and plan a 65W APU build, then it'll be okay. Wastefully empty, sure, but it'll probably not overheat and throttle at least.
negative airflow or you should use it as intake not exhaust
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#4
Chrispy_
Negative pressure airflow just means more dust, especially in this unfiltered design. All major review sites and streamers strongly recommend positive case pressure so that the only air entering the case is via filters and dust is kept out of all the crevices by positive pressure leaking out

Intakes at the top are poor deesign because they fight convection, and convection is important cooling for anything not in the direct air path. Even with the top two fans being intakes in this case that means the motherboard chipset, drives, and GPU and losing out on important convection cooling.
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