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Spire Introduces the RIDGE Series PC Cases

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The Ridge series are quality ATX form factor PC enclosures with contemporary looks. This middle/small tower structure is simply functional and affordable. The clean and minimal looks make the Ridge series fit right into your home interior. External connectivity made simple through the in front concealed USB3.0/2.0 and HD Audio ports.

The internal structure enables flexible and neat assembly. Sufficient cooling through the multiple fan space positions in the front, side and rear of the chassis. (fans not pre-installed) The Ridge series ATX chassis are supported with our 2 year warranty and service program.





Currently there are two models in the Ridge series, the 6601 and 6602. In the summer of this year new models will be added to the line-up.

Main Features:
  • Sturdy 0.5 mm SGCC steel
  • Contemporary, modern & minimal design
  • Front USB3.0 x1 and USB2.0 x1 & HD Audio ports
  • Micro ATX & Full ATX mainboard and PSU compatibility
  • Sufficient cooling, rear:8/9/12 cm fan space, side:12 cm fan space, front:12 cm fan space
  • Easy installation, thumb-screw side-panels
  • Optimized internal space design for easy installation
  • Backed by 2 years manufacturer warranty and service program

MSRP:
Part number: SP6601B-CE/R-HD3 codenamed: Ridge 6601 Part number: SP6602B-CE/R-HD3 codenamed: Ridge 6602 Manufacturer suggested retail price USD 32.95 / EURO 24.95 (EX VAT).

Product Includes:
  • Chassis
  • Installation screws bag
  • Warranty service card
  • User installation manual

Availability:
The Ridge series are now available from Spire Shenzhen, China. European branch and retail-stores availability in approximately 3 weeks.

Ridge 6601 - http://www.spire-corp.com/computer-cases/ridge-6601-sp6601b-cer-hd3/
Ridge 6602 - http://www.spire-corp.com/computer-cases/ridge-6602-sp6602b-cer-hd3/
 
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basic case, and the steel looks kinda thin
 

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Basic maybe at least the PSU is not on the bottom like near every other one lol.

Although would of been nice to see it side ways mounted with a air vent for the PSU on the side of the case.. The TT Armor case nearly had it right but they screwed that design up over the years.
 
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You can get a Corsair Carbide spec-01 for slightly more and it's a far better chassis
"retail price USD 32.95"
in my country you can get basic case with psu just with $27
 
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"retail price USD 32.95"
in my country you can get basic case with psu just with $27
You can get similar in most countries. They are what people in the know call "system killers waiting to happen".