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Cooler Master Kickstarts Pi Case 40, Passively Cooled Raspberry Pi Case

Cooler Master, a popular maker of computer peripherals, has today launched a Kickstarter campaign for its latest project - a Raspberry Pi 4 case. Called the Pi Case 40, it is made from 100% aluminium and provides passive cooling to the Pi chip. Designed exclusively for Raspberry Pi 4, the case has precise port cutouts so every port is accessible. The case has a hatch on the side for GPIO cutout, however, the use of HATs is prevented as it gets blocked. The case is capable of providing sufficient cooling to the chip, and the design files are open source. With the purchase, you get the VESA mounting adapter so you can attach the case to anything with a VESA mount. If you sign up for the waitlist now, you get a 25% off discount, however, exact pricing is unknown.
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Jonsbo Unveils the V8 Cuboidal Mini-ITX Case

Jonsbo today unveiled the V8, a cuboid-shaped Mini-ITX case featuring a 2-piece slide out chassis design. The internal steel chassis of the case slides out intact of the outer aluminium-magnesium alloy body that has a silver/gray matte finish. The outer body features a floating front intake that conceals the case's main fan vent; and additional vents along the sides and top. The front intake features a large 200 mm fan that maintains positive air pressure inside the case; and mounts for two 140 mm/120 mm fans along the top, and one 140 mm/120 mm rear exhaust.

The Jonsbo V8 offers room for a Mini-ITX motherboard with room for full-height graphics cards up to 33 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 19.5 cm in height. There are two expansion slots, however, there's enough room for a graphics card that's slightly thicker than 2 slots. An internal SFX/SFX-L PSU bay is wired to an AC receptacle extension at the rear. Stroage areas include two 3.5-inch bays and a 2.5-inch mount. Front panel connectivity includes one each of USB 3.2 type-C, USB 3.2 type-A, and HD audio jacks. The case measures 249.5 mm (W) x 390 mm (D) x 260MM (H). The company didn't reveal pricing.

MSI Announces Creator 400M Case for Workstation Builds

MSI today released the Creator 400M case targeted at creator-, quasi-workstation, and workstation builds. This E-ATX tower type case features a sober design language with tinted tempered glass, matte black steel, and a front ornament design that MSI claims conforms to da Vinci's Golden Ratio when viewed from the top-left 3-quarter angle. Although it features glass, the case is designed to offer low noise using an industry-first triple-laminated 5.38 mm thick tempered glass. The front panel opens up as a door to reveal the front fan intakes, and a 5.25-inch drive bay.

Inside, the MSI Creator 400M offers vast amounts of room for motherboards that are E-ATX or smaller, and all of the company's MEG Creation and Creator lines of motherboards are guaranteed to fit. The case features a horizontally-partitioned layout, with the top compartment serving room for graphics cards up to 45 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 18 cm in height. The bottom compartment features a large PSU bay with room for up to 18 cm long PSUs. Storage options include two each of 3.5-inch bays and 2.5-inch mounts; besides the 5.25-inch bay. Ventilation includes three 140 mm front intakes (two 140 mm fans included), and a 140 mm rear exhaust (a 140 mm fan included). You can mount a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.2 type-C port, two USB 3.2 type-A ports, two USB 2.0 type-A ports, and HDA jacks. The case measures 550 mm x 235 mm x 503 mm (DxWxH), dry weighing 7.7 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

AeroCool Rolls Out the Prime Mid-tower Case

AeroCool really likes vertical RGB diffusers that cleave the front panel from the middle, as evident with the Klaw and Playa cases. Its latest such creation is the Prime, a value-segment ATX mid-tower case. It is characterized by three large ARGB LED diffusers along the center of the front-panel, flanked by a pair of mesh intakes for the front fans. The included 120 mm exhaust fan also featuring ARGB embellishments. Inside the case features a single chamber layout (no horizontal partition).

The motherboard tray of the AeroCool Prime offers clearance for graphics cards up to 30.2 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 15.9 cm in height. Storage features include two 3.5-inch drive bays, and up to three 2.5-inch mounts. The crawlspace behind the motherboard tray is 1.89 cm wide. Ventilation includes two 140/120 mm front intakes, a 120 mm top exhaust, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front intake. Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.x type-A ports (standard header), and HDA jacks. The case measures 205 mm x 442 mm x 376.5 mm (WxHxD). There are two minor variants of the Prime, the v1 comes with a non-illuminated rear fan, while the v2 comes with one that has ARGB illumination. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Sharkoon Announces the REV 200 Case

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. With the REV 220 ATX midi tower, Sharkoon now presents another PC case in the REV series. Like the REV200, this case also possesses a clever and revolutionary case configuration: in comparison to conventional PC cases, Sharkoon has designed for a mainboard which is turned 90 degrees, while the rest of the hardware is thus installed vertically. The PC case is supplied with five pre-installed 120-millimeter fans for the necessary airflow. A cable compartment at the top and a multi-functional tunnel at the bottom also ensure a neat and tidy appearance inside the case.

The front of the REV220 has an aluminium plate with a diamond cut. This impressively sets the stage with an RGB background illumination. The plate is placed on a front panel which has a carbon fiber look, providing a distinctly qualitative design to the casing.

Montech Air X ARGB Case Starts Selling

New PC components entrant Montech released its Air X ARGB PC case to market, with distribution tie-ups with Newegg and Amazon. The Air X launched in March 2020, and its availability was originally slated for April, but the availability date was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For a company that's just taking off on the scene, this is particularly hard. The case is finally available on Amazon and Newegg. The Air X ARGB features a full length Diamond Mesh front air intake, and full 6 port ARGB fan controller all for an attractive price of $79.99 (excluding taxes) for the white variant, and $75.99 (excluding taxes) for the black variant. The Montech Air X ARGB is a high value for money ATX mid-tower case featuring an airy front mesh-type intake with ARGB embellishments, horizontally partitioned interiors, fan vents at just the right places, and a number of drive mounts. Buy the variant you like from the store you prefer.

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SilverStone Rolls Out Lucid LD03-AF Case, Improved VGA Airflow vs. Original LD03

SilverStone rolled out the Lucid series LD03-AF (Airflow version) tower-type case for Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX form-factor platforms, a new variant of the LD03 case from Q1-2019. The case was debuted at the 2020 International CES. What sets the LD03-AF apart from the original LD03 is additional vents on one of the front-facing side panels, designed to improve airflow for graphics cards that feature axial fans. The original LD03 had a slab of glass that smothered graphics cards. Although essentially a cuboid, the case is meant to be displayed with its right side pillars facing forward, as the main glasshouse spans the front and right side panel. Inside, the motherboard tray is aligned perpendicular to the plane of the base, but with its I/O shield pointing upward, such that your graphics card stands along the height of the case.

The LD03-AF serves up room for graphics cards up to 30.9 cm in length, and 16.7 cm in height; and CPU coolers up to 19 cm in height. The case's sole airflow channel is designed to draw air from a 120 mm intake fan at the base, with a 120 mm exhaust fan at the top, both with dust filters. Storage areas include one 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drive bays. The case supports SFX and SFX-L PSUs. The case has its own AC receptacle and M-to-F cable leading to your PSU. Measuring 265 mm (W) x 414 mm (H) x 230 mm (D), the case dry-weighs 5.22 kg. The case is expected to be available by June 25, with an expected price around $130.

SilverStone Intros CS330 Case for Video Editing Rigs and Home Servers

SilverStone today announced the CS330, a Micro-ATX mini-tower that looks geared toward video editors or home/small-business server builds, thanks to its eight 3.5-inch drive bays that let you cram dozens of terabytes of storage. The case offers three 3.5-inch hot-swap caddies with SATA and SAS 12 Gbps backplanes; four internal 3.5-inch bays, and an additional single 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bay, totaling up to eight storage devices, not counting the M.2 drives you may have installed on your motherboard.

A 180 mm air-penetrator fan conveys heat between the storage area and the motherboard tray. The Micro-ATX motherboard tray is oriented BTX-style (upside down), offering room for graphics cards up to 36 cm in length (even with all drive cages in place), and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height. Front panel connectivity includes a pair of USB 3.x type-A ports, and HDA jacks. The case measures 210 mm (W) x 374 mm (H) x 385 mm (D), weighing a little over 6 kg.

Fractal Design Introduces Define 7 Compact Case

The new Define 7 Compact takes the strongest features of the contemporary 7 Series design and places them in a conveniently compact frame. The versatile open layout of the Define 7 Compact allows you to maximize the potential of the small footprint with full-size ATX hardware to meet your exact needs.

Interchangeable top covers allow you to switch between solid steel for full noise suppression or a ventilated cover for extra cooling. The top framework is fully removable for unprecedented ease of access to interior components, and five front ports (including one USB Type-C) means you don't sacrifice expandability for the small footprint.

Thermaltake Announces the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is thrilled to announce an advanced PC case- the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis. It is a fully modular designed chassis with a distro plate as the chassis' main body. The multi-functional PC enclosure is incorporated with its own water channels, reservoir, and multiple inlets and outlets, which provides users, gamers, and enthusiasts an easier way to design their water loops. The 48 LEDs on the DistroCase 350P Mid-Tower Chassis are TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem, ARGB motherboard software, and NeonMaker software compatible. PC builders can control the lights by synchronizing the case with motherboard brands including ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome. They can also enjoy TT AI Voice Control, Amazon Alexa Voice Service, and Razer Chroma by using Thermaltake patented TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem software for the ultimate user experience.

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.

ABKONCORE Releases The Ultra Silent Middle Tower Case S500

ABKONCORE today released the Ultra Silent Middle Tower Case S500 designed for ultra-quiet builds with a minimalistic design. The steel case features sound-insulating material on the top, front, left, and right sides to suppress vibration and noise generated inside the case, and provides perfect quietness. The case also comes with a bottom removable dust filter along with air intakes on either side of the front bezel.

The Case measures 205 x 420 x 430 mm, comes with 2 pre-installed 120 mm fans, and can accommodate ATX motherboards. Front I/O for the case consists of x2 USB 2.0, x1 USB 3.0, HD Audio, Mic, LED Control Button, power, and reset. The case can house up to 2 3.5" drives and 6 2.5" drives and has room for a further 2 120 mm fans at the front. Pricing and availability were not announced.

MSI Announces MPG GUNGNIR 110 and MAG Vampiric 100 Series Cases

MSI is proud to introduce three new models in the MPG GUNGNIR 110 series family: the MPG GUNGNIR 110R, the MPG GUNGNIR 110M, and MPG GUNGIR 111M. The MPG GUNGNIR 110 Series is designed for performance and loaded with features that improve functionality and convenience. All three models offer flexibility and tremendous synergy with the rest of MSI's well-established gaming ecosystem. The MPG GUNGNIR 110 Series can easily be connected to a front Type-C port on MSI motherboards. A tempered glass window showcases hardware and cooling capabilities including up to 6 system fans and models of the MSI MAG CORELIQUID Series: 240R, 240RH, 360R and 360RH. A magnetic dust filter sitting on top can be easily removed for cleaning purposes.

The intuitive Insta-Light Loop provide users with their light show of a lifetime. At the instant touch of a button, users can easily control the fans' color and lighting effects. The MPG GUNGNIR 110 Series comes with 4 ARGB fans for the 110R, 3 Auto RGB fans plus 1 system fan for the 110M, and 3 RGB fans plus 1 system fan for the 111M.

Abkoncore Rolls Out Cronos 450M Micro-ATX Case

Abkoncore today unveiled the Cronos 450M Micro-ATX tower type case. Characterized by an asymmetric front design with a mesh intake towards the left side; the case features a tempered glass left side panel, and a filtered top exhaust. Inside, it offers a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout, with an internal fan mount right above the PSU bay.

Ventilation options for the Abkoncore Cronos 450M include three 120 mm front intakes, two 120 mm top exhausts, a 120 mm rear exhaust, and a 120 mm recirculator mount at the partition. Storage options include two 3.5-inch drive bays, and four 2.5-inch mounts. Front panel connectivity includes HDA jacks, two USB 2.0 ports, and a USB 3.0 type-A port. The case measures 197 mm x 340 mm x 405 mm (WxHxD). It is priced at USD $45.
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XIGMATEK Announces the OMG! Case

XIGMATEK today unveiled a case that screams "OMG!" or at least that's what it says on the front facade in huge letters with a red background. The case strongly resembles the Forgame OMG, and is probably a franchise branded product. The Micro-ATX tower features a red+black color scheme. Inside, you get a horizontally partitioned layout. The motherboard tray serves up room for graphics cards up to 32 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height; while the bottom compartment has room for PSUs up to 16.5 cm in length.

Storage features on the XIGMATEK OMG! include two each of 3.5-inch trays and 2.5-inch mounts. Cooling features include two 140/120 mm front intakes, two 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The case measures 366 mm x 210 mm x 395 mm (LxWxH), and is made of 0.5 mm-thick SECC steel. The company didn't reveal pricing.


ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, announces the new addressable RGB ATX computer case, LIBLLUSION LL30 is available in Europe. LIBLLUSION LL30 comes with one SquA RGB fan at the rear; the built-in integrated hub can support up to 6 addressable RGB devices lighting in sync with an ARGB-ready motherboard software or the lighting control through this computer case.

Utilizing the line element, the front panel of LIBLLUSION LL30 is embellished by the multiple lighting strips which part of them is the reflection of the light from the interior system through the vents on the top and bottom of the front panel. The clever vent design on the front panel combines the in-take airflow efficiency and the beauty of light.

Abkoncore Unveils Cronos Zero Stone Noise Case with Acoustic Dampening

Abkoncore unveiled the Cronos Zero Stone Noise, an ATX mid-tower case optimized for low noise. The case's various body panels are lined on the inside with acoustic dampening material, and its feet are rubberized. Ventilation on the case includes three 120 mm front intakes and a single 120 mm rear exhaust (two fans come pre-installed, one on each end of the case).

Inside, you get a conventionally laid out (horizontally partitioned) layout with the motherboard tray featuring 7 perpendicular and 2 parallel expansion slots. Storage options include two 3.5-inch drive bays, and up to six 2.5-inch mounts. The case measures 205 mm x 420 mm x 430 mm (WxHxD). Bulk pricing is listed at USD $66, although retail pricing could be about 15% higher.

Sharkoon Announces TG5 Pro RGB Revision with Improved Illumination

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. With the TG5 Pro RGB, Sharkoon now presents the reworked version of its RGB illuminated bestseller. Like the original version, the new ATX midi tower presents itself in with an elegant glass-look and with plenty of space inside for the high-performance hardware components. In contrast to the original TG5 RGB, the fans have been replaced with the new addressable models, providing a more extensive illumination.

To optimally present the installed hardware, both the side and front panels of the TG5 Pro RGB are made of tempered glass. So nothing disturbs the view into the inside of the case, the power supply, the cabling and the hard drives can all be concealed in the power supply tunnel or behind the mainboard tray. Four pre-installed 120 mm fans with transparent fan trays and semi-transparent blades all provide an all-encompassing illumination for the hardware. Via the pre-installed controller in combination with the software of compatible mainboards, up to eight connected LED components can be set and controlled. The mainboard must have an RGB connection with the pinout 5 V-D-coded-G or 5 V-D-G. Even without the appropriate connection, up to twenty lighting effects can be selected using a dedicated button above the front panel.

Diéy is an Astounding New Case Design Only In Win Could Conjure Up

The Diéy from In Win is an ultra-luxurious designer case that only In Win could have thought up. Teased at the 2020 CES and designed to be a star attraction at its Computex 2020 booth, the In Win Diéy is an open-air case that's designed to resemble an otherworldly plant straight out of science-fiction. A 7'6" tall armature suspends a large globular object with mechanized, illuminated "petals" made of plexiglass, resembling an inflorescence or a swarm of butterflies getting ready to fly off. These petals/wings "bloom" to reveal an open-air, dual-compartment full-tower chassis with a vertical partition.

The case supports E-ATX motherboards with up to 8 expansion slots, room for graphics cards up to 36 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height. You get four 3.5-inch drive mounts that can each hold 2.5-inch drives. You can hook up three 360 mm x 120 mm radiators. The base of the main set-piece has an LED projector that beams down the In Win logo (re-programmable) onto a screen at the foot of the armature. Depending on the orientation of the petals, the set-piece with the chassis measures 800 mm x 960 mm x 960 mm - 800 mm x 1300 mm x 1300 mm (HxWxD), but when you include its gigantic stand, you end up with dimensions of 2.3 m x 1 m x 1.5 m (yes, those are meters). In Win will accept orders for a small production run some time in April, the company didn't reveal pricing.
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Abkoncore Releases the AL1000 SYNC Full Tower Case

Today Abkoncore announced their newest product the AL1000 SYNC a open-design full tower case. The case is constructed with a steel frame complemented with front and side tempered glass panels. The AL1000 SYNC comes with 4 200 mm Spectrum RGB fans pre-installed with full remote control through the included controller.

Front I/0 on the case consists of USB Type-C x1 / USB 3.0 x2 / HD AUDIO / MIC / LED / POWER. The case can accommodate up to a E-ATX motherboard, 10 SSDs & 2 HDDs, and dual 360 mm radiators. The case comes in both "Red Wine" and "Gray" color options with no announced pricing or availability.

Thermaltake Releases S100 Tempered Glass M-ATX Cases

Thermaltake today released the S100 Tempered Glass line of Micro-ATX tower cases. Available in all-black and white+black "Snow Edition" variants, the S100 is characterized by a matte finish front, a 4 mm-thick tempered glass side panel, and a horizontally partitioned interior layout similar to conventional ATX mid-towers. The upper compartment offers room for Micro-ATX (or smaller) motherboard form-factors, and room for graphics cards up to 33 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height.

Storage options include two 3.5-inch trays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. The bottom compartment has room for standard PSUs up to 16 cm in length. Ventilation includes two 140/120 mm front intakes, a top exhaust that holds either a single 200 mm or two 140/120 mm fans, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount radiators up to 280 mm x 140 mm along the front- and top panels. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.0 port, and a couple of USB 2.0 ports. The case measures 411 mm x 220 mm x 441 mm (HxWxD). The company didn't reveal pricing.

DeepCool Announces the MATREXX 55 V3 Tempered Glass mid-tower Case

DeepCool seems to have a habit of reusing names, the MATREXX 55 V3 is the 12th case bearing the MATREXX 55 name. This version in particular is a variant of the MATREXX 55 V3 ADD-RGB 3F launched last December omitting the front RGB fans. Naming shenanigans aside this case could be a real value proposition considering its RRP of $49 USD and impressive feature set.

The case has 4 mm thick tempered glass front and left side panels, the front panel also features an addressable RGB strip. I / O consists of a USB 2 and USB 3 port, audio in/out and a RGB button. The case can accommodate up to motherboards up to E-ATX, has 7 expansion slots, has room for 2 3.5" drives and a further 2 2.5" drives. In terms of fan/radiator compatibility you can fit 3 front 120 mm / 140 mm, 2 top 140 mm / 120 mm and a rear 120 mm. While the case is expected to debut first in Asian countries we can expect some worldwide availability.

Abkoncore Unveils the T250 Mid-tower Case

Abkoncore today unveiled the T250, an ATX mid-tower case characterized by large tempered glass panels covering the front and left side; and four included ARGB LED case fans. The three front intake fans break through cutouts along the sides, and can hold on to a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator. Other ventilation options include two 120 mm top exhausts with an included dust filter.

Inside, the Abkoncore T250 features a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout. Storage options include two 3.5-inch trays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and three 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. Front panel connectivity is located up top, and includes two USB 2.0 ports (standard header), one USB 3.0 type-A, and HDA jacks. Available now, the Abkoncore T250 is priced at USD $48.

XIGMATEK Unveils the Perseus Open-Frame Case

XIGMATEK late last week unveiled the Perseus open-frame ATX case. With a polygonal chamber design that creates two rear-facing panels, and a tilted motherboard tray, the Perseus features a steel frame chassis with tempered glass panels along the sides. The design creates two 120 mm fan vents along the topmost panel, 120 mm exhausts along both rear-facing panels, and two 120 mm intakes along the front panel. The main chamber with the motherboard tray has room for graphics cards up to 40 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height, and the PSU compartment along the bottom can hold PSUs up to 18 cm in length.

Storage compartments on the XIGMATEK Perseus include a combo plate that holds onto either one 3.5-inch drive or two 2.5-inch ones, and an additional 2.5-inch mount behind the motherboard tray. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the top panel, and 120 mm x 120 mm ones along the rear- and front-facing facets of the case. Front panel connectivity includes USB 3.x type-A and HDA jacks. The case measures 610 mm x 230 mm x 540 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.

Abkoncore Unveils the Ramesses 310 Tower Case

Abkoncore today unveiled the Ramesses 310, a low-depth ATX full-tower case that combines tempered glass with matte-black steel. Inside, the case positions the ATX motherboard below an upper compartment that holds the PSU and drive bays. With height compensating for depth, the case is able to hold up to three 240 mm x 120 mm radiators, one each along the bottom-, rear-, and upper side panels. The motherboard tray boasts of full-ATX support as it features 9 expansion slots, so you could install a triple-slot graphics card even in the bottom-most slot.

Storage options on the Abkoncore Ramesses 310 include three 3.5-inch drive bays in the upper compartment, and two 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. Six Abkoncore Spider Spectrum 120 mm fans come included with the case, with an internal RGB LED controller that takes in RF remote control input. RGB embellishment also frame each of the front-panel ports: four USB 3.1 type-A, HDA jacks, and the power/reset buttons. Measuring 220 mm x 550 mm x 330 mm (WxHxD), the case weighs 9 kg. Available now, the Ramesses 310 is priced at 160€.
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