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Anidees AI-07 Starts Selling


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Introducing, the Anidees AI-07, a full ATX case, supporting Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX. Purely focused on cooling performance and maximum configurability, this case maintains Anidees pedigree of compact size and quality build that will look great in any workspace. The dual chamber design divides hot running components allowing direct airflow cooling to all of the components, one chamber delivers cooler air to the motherboard, processor, graphics cards and another one for the hard drives and power supply.

The case comes with four 120mm LED fans on the front and also can be upgraded with several additional fans if needed supporting a maximum of 8 fans in total throughout the case. The case has support for a large 200mm fan too, allowing a quieter operation. Featuring several options for placing radiators for watercooling, providing excellent cooling solutions with support of 3x240 and 1x120mm radiators, the flexibility of this case really gives the users the possibility to create their great system build.

With great cable management in mind, there is up to 95mm of space behind the motherboard tray to allow great cable routing to keep a clean beautifully designed system. The case also has dust filters on the front, top, bottom and on the side panel to keep the components clean whilst keeping cool.

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Benchmark Scores bench...mark? i do leave mark on bench sometime, to remember which one is the most comfortable. :o
Yet another clone of the Corsair 540
who is himself a clone of a HAF XB with a 90° flip and some "upgrades and change" (well i have a AIR 540 :roll: and i had a HAF XB)

depending the price that one could be good ... but still on the aestetic side, it loose to corsair
and the center placement of the top fan spot (and front) is not that good, the idea from corsair is better less hindrance for the airflow. (or even better the one from the HAF XB who have also 2*80mm spot for the PSU/HDD chamber)

edit: well that one has a spot for a fan on the back chamber.
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