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Spire Introduces SP7097B-V1 Case - Emerald Black Silence

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Spire are injecting the retail ATX PC case market with a touch of class with the unveiling of the brand new Emerald Black Silent chassis.

    Blessed with great looks and innovative design features, such as the rolling on/off switch that cunningly hides the USB ports too, the new Emerald case is one of the most eagerly anticipated cases we’ve launched yet. Beneath the sleek attractive exterior you’ll find the same ergonomically designed hardwearing components that make all our cases such firm favorites with system integrators and end users alike.

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    Fully equipped with all the required features such as front (hidden) USB and AUDIO connections. Noise reduction SoundPad, soft cellular foam on side-panel, top and bottom of the case. Plenty of room for expansion with 5 external drive bays (four 5.25" and one 3.5") and four internal 3.5" drive bays. 7 expansion slots on the back give room for add on cards.

    True to our fan heritage we have included plenty of ways to keep your system cool too with a 120mm fan in the back, a 120mm fan space in the front and a side mounted 120mm duct for the CPU. Emerald case is a super silent product delivered to you from Spire, Powered by Innovation.

    Main Features:
    • Stylish & Sophisticated design
    • Patent design Front-Top (roll-over) power button
    • Pre-Installed SounPad High density sound absorbing foam
    • Full folded edge, full screen, radiation protected
    • Front USB, Headphones and Microphone connections
    • Tool free HDD & optical drive bay for easy installation
    • 2 x 120mm Silent cooling fans and 120mm fan duct for efficient airflow

    Product Includes:
    *Multi-language Owner Manual, HDD Tool-free Clips, Mainboard stand-off and Screws.

    The Emerald Black Silent is compatible with Micro ATX and ATX mainboards.

    The Emerald Black Silent is now in production and available for direct shipping from Spire Asia. Distribution throughout Europe and the America's will commence in March. If you want more information or you are interested in purchasing this item. Please use the email form on our Contact page.
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  2. ShadowFold

    ShadowFold New Member

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    This looks almost exactly like the 20$ rosewill case I used to use.. What's so special about this case :ohwell:
    I gotta admit tho, the front of it looks pretty clean. They just need to get the inside looking more special.
  3. Sasqui


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    It does look rather 'uninSPIREing". The outside is decent, but the inside is boring. The holes for the rear case fan are sad - the first thing I'd do is cut a hole.
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  4. Silverel


    Nov 14, 2007
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    lol. Trying to market their power button and some packing foam. Amazazazing case right there.
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  5. ascstinger

    ascstinger New Member

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    eh... that case interior is used by tons of manufacturers. They did a decent job on the outside, which could make it a winner in the budget segment
  6. InnocentCriminal

    InnocentCriminal Resident Grammar Amender

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    I really like the look of this case. Obviously I'd remove the white text, but I really like it.
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  7. Slyr7.62


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    Notice the "cable management holes" located where it seems a motherboard would be? :laugh:

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