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DIYPC Introduces Modern Style Casing The Rainbow Flash-R1 Chassis

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DIYPC, the leading professional manufacturer of computer cases and accessories DIYPC, is thrilled to announce another addition to its exciting line of chassis for gamers and enthusiasts. The DIYPC Rainbow Flash-R1 is a modern style casing that is aimed to accommodate system builders of all levels and give an inspired chassis that looks and feels premium.

A sleek front and tempered glass side panel give a clean, elegant look while showing off the internals of your build. The DIYPC Rainbow Flash-R1 chassis also features modern usability and maintenance features as well as design cues that make it standout from the rest with a touch of RGB in the front via the integrated lighting.





Modern Feature Set
The DIYPC Rainbow Flash-R1 is a modern chassis supporting ATX, mATX and mITX motherboards. The chassis can hold up to an impressively long 370mm graphics card. A 4mm thick premium tempered glass panel allows you to showcase your build from the side. Magnetic dust filters allows easy cleaning of both top and bottom intake vents.

Wide Cooling Support
The chassis supports tower coolers up to 179 mm in height as well supporting watercooling with support for a 240mm radiator at the front. A standard six 120mm can be installed with at the front, top and rear (preinstalled) with two 120mm optional fans on top of the PSU chamber for max airflow configurations. The chassis includes a free RGB fan preinstalled at the rear exhaust area. Fans can be controlled via the integrated fan controlled with a toggle switch at the front. An RGB controlled is also installed and has controls In the front of the chassis as well.

Compatible with Motherboard RGB
The chassis features an integrated RGB controller but if your motherboard has its own RGB controller, the Rainbow Flash-R1 is fully compatible as well if modern RGB controllers from motherboard companies including ASUS AURA Sync, ASRock RGB LED, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

The DIYPC Rainbow-Flash-R1 will have an MSRP of $99.99.



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The side is ok but the design is meh, it's like 2 pieces that glued
 
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YAWN, another day, another same ole same same lame ole rectanglar boxen with RgB & TG.......

nothing new to see here kiddies, back to nappy time :D
 
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the claim to max airflow backed by numerous front intake fans is ruined by the sealed fronts in many of today's cases and is a serious technical turn off for me
 
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