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Raijintek Announces PAEAN PREMIUM ATX Chassis

Raijintek have recently announced the PAEAN PREMIUM ATX Chassis for high-end enthusiasts. The PAEAN PREMIUM features an industrial steel design with extensive liquid cooling hardware support including full-length graphics cards. The case includes two airflow optimized panels on the top and right along with a water cooling chamber underneath which can facilitate dual 360 mm radiators. The front and side panels of the chassis are constructed from 4 mm thick tempered glass allowing for a clear view of the interior components.

The chassis supports up to ATX motherboards and can accommodate a wide variety of components and configurations with room for 12 fans, and x2 HDD/SSD. The PAEAN PREMIUM comes with a selection of modern front I/O including USB Type C, x2 USB 3.0, and HD audio. The Raijintek PAEAN PREMIUM is expected to release in the coming months and should retail for 250 USD.

Fractal Design Releases Define 7 Compact White Case

Fractal Design have recently announced an updated white version of their Define 7 Compact case. The Define 7 Compact White case features the same open layout found throughout the Define 7 family while keeping a small footprint. The case features a brushed aluminium design with interchangeable side panels and high-density sound damping. The chassis includes two top covers allowing you to switch between solid steel for full noise suppression or a ventilated cover for extra cooling.

The Define 7 Compact White case features a fully removable top panel for easy access to components, ventilated PSU shroud, and extensive I/O including five front USB. The case can support a variety of cooling configurations and comes with x2 Dynamic X2 fans included. The Define 7 Compact White is now available in two versions without and without a side tempered glass panel.

Cougar Unveils the Gemini T Pro Case

Cougar today unveiled the Gemini T Pro, an ATX mid-tower case. Its design is characterized by bilateral symmetry, with a streaks of three acrylic ARGB LED diffusers running the height of the front- and top panels through the middle. Both the side panels of the case are tinted- tempered glass, and are fused with portions of the front panel. The two are hinged toward the end, and open up as shown in the picture below. Inside, the case features a conventional horizontally partitioned layout, with a completely concealed bottom compartment when viewed from the left side. The main compartment serves up room for graphics cards up to 40 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height, while the bottom compartment can house PSUs up to 20 cm in length. The case features 7 conventional expansion slots, and 2 vertical slots.

Storage options in the Cougar Gemini T Pro include two 3.5-inch drive bays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and three 2.5-inch drive mounts. Cooling options include either two 140 mm or three 120 mm front intakes; ditto for the top panel, a couple of 120 mm side intakes, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm (or smaller) radiators along the front panel, 360 mm x 120 mm (or smaller) radiators along the top panels, and a 240 mm x 120 mm (or smaller) radiator along the side panel. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.x type-C, two USB 3.x type-A, HDA audio jacks, and a button that lets you cycle between presets for the ARGB lighting element. The case measures 227 mm x 535 mm x 527 mm (WxHxD). The company didn't reveal pricing.

Streacom Announces DA2 Version 2 ITX Chassis

Streacom have recently announced an update to their DA2 ITX chassis which they claim should offer greatly improved cooling performance. The DA2 Version 2 features upgraded back and side panel ventilation which should allow for greater airflow through the chassis. The case features updated acrylic panels which allow for additional fan mounting options. The rear panel now features a larger PCIe card opening and improved power cable routing that improves compatibility with large CPU coolers. The case is advertised as being optimal for RTX 30 series founders cards due to its non-conventional design and impressive airflow.

The chassis can support Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX motherboards with room for dual-slot PCIe device. The DA2 V2 can accommodate up to a 145 mm tall air cooler or a 280 mm radiator for CPU cooling. The case can hold up to 3x 3.5" drives or 6x 2.5" drives and features a single front USB 3.0 Type-C connector. Streacom also offers a variety of upgrades for the chassis including the DA2 Vertical GPU Kit, DA2 Glass Side Panel Kit, and USB Type-C 3.1 Gen2. The DA2 Version 2 comes in black and silver color options and will be available at selected retailers starting the second week of October with complete availability expected by the end of November. Pricing was not announced.

Sharkoon Announces ELITE SHARK CA300T Case

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. With the CA300T, Sharkoon now presents another PC case in the premium ELITE SHARK series. Like the other cases in the series, this large and sturdy ATX tower is designed for showcasing quality high-end hardware. This is made possible with a casing made of metal, two side panels made of tempered glass, and well-thought-out installation options.

The use of high-quality materials provides the CA300T with the overall impression of an elegant and solid case. The side panels are made of tempered glass. The top of the case is made of solid metal while the front panel has a frame made of polished aluminium. The front panel has a somewhat futuristic design with its geometrically cut pattern, which is illuminated from behind by three RGB LED fans. The LEDs of all the fans can be controlled as desired via the software of compatible mainboards which have a pinout of 5 V-D-coded-G or 5 V-D-G.

Sharkoon Announces REV100 Compact Case

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. Sharkoon is now introducing the latest case to the REV series: the REV100 ATX midi tower. Like its predecessors, it features the same innovative case structure which has made the series so popular. The mainboard mount is rotated by 90 degrees with the tempered glass side panel located on the right-hand side. Because of its more compact size, the REV100 is ideal for smaller desks.

The front panel of the REV100 has a geometric, angular design with a surface which resembles brushed metal. Highlighting the minimalist front panel design are its mesh grid and the RGB LED strip. In addition, the back of the case is illuminated with a pre-installed, addressable RGB LED fan. Both RGB LED components can be correspondingly adjusted using the pre-installed controller.

ZALMAN Intros S2 TG Mid-tower Case with 4mm Thick Tempered Glass Panel

ZALMAN today introduced the S2 TG, an ATX mid-tower case characterized by a minimalist design, and a 4 mm-thick tempered glass side panel. Its front panel is characterized by a large mesh intake with plastic ridges. Vents include three 120 mm at the front, two 120 mm at the top, and a 120 mm at the rear. Inside the case features a conventional horizontally partitioned layout, with the upper compartment serving up room for graphics cards up to 33 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 15.6 cm in height.

The bottom compartment has room for a PSU up to 18 cm in length, and two 3.5-inch drive trays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives. You get two additional 2.5-inch drive mounts behind the motherboard tray. Front-panel connectivity includes a USB 3.0 port, and a couple of USB 2.0 ports. Measuring 196 mm x 424 mm x 462 mm (WxDxH), the case dry-weighs about 5 kg, and is made mostly of SECC steel, with ABS plastic bits, and a tempered glass panel. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Raijintek Releases The OPHION 7L Mini-ITX Chassis

Raijintek have recently released the compact OPHION 7L Mini-ITX chassis, featuring an aluminium design the case supports a maximum of three fans including 2x 9025 on top, and a single 9025 fan at the base. The OPHION 7L supports low profile VGA cards and features dual 2.5" drive bays. The front I/O consists of a single USB Type-C, and USB 3.0 Type-A port. The case is tool-free and is compatible with SFX power supplies, the case measures just 302 mm long, 101 mm wide, and 225 mm high for a total capacity of 7L. The Raijintek OPHION 7L will be available later this year in Q4 with both black and white models retailing for 119.99 USD. International availability or pricing was not announced.

Thermaltake Rolls Out the Versa T35 Tempered Glass Case

Thermaltake today rolled out the Versa T35 TG, a step up from the Versa T25 TG it launched last week. The T35 has the exact same dimensions as the T25 - 416 mm x 210 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD), but has a premium bit. The front panel features tempered glass that's divided somewhat diagonally by a plastic beam with two ARGB diffusers. Internally, the T35 and T25 are identical, with room for graphics cards up to 30 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 15 cm in height, and PSUs up to 16 cm in length. You get the same two 3.5-inch/2.5-inch bays in a detachable drive cage in the bottom compartment, and two 2.5-inch drive mounts. Fans supported include two 200 mm or 140 mm front intakes, two 140 mm or 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The company didn't reveal pricing.

MSI Announces MPG SEKIRA 100 Series Gaming PC Cases

Illuminate new possibilities and surpass your limits the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series. MSI's SEKIRA Series had always embodied luxury and this time is no exception. For components clearance, the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series has GPU length up to 340 mm, CPU cooler length up to 170 mm, and PSU length up to 250 mm. Crafted with quality materials and loaded with a bunch pragmatic features dedicated to the needs of gamers, this mid-tower chassis reaches for the stars with a design that is destined to unleash peak performance for you.

When it comes to exterior design, the MPG SEKIRA 100R's front panel is constructed with flush sheets of aluminium and tinted glass to showcase its beautiful ARGB lighting. On the other hand, the MPG SEKIRA 100P's monochromatic front panel illustrates its modest aesthetics while maintaining the ubiquitous theme of the highest of standards. This further demonstrates attention to material quality and dedication that went into the product design of the MPG SEKIRA 100 Series.

DeepCool Releases Brand New CL500 High Airflow Case

DeepCool, a leading brand in designing and manufacturing CPU cooling systems and computer hardware announces the launch of the CL500, a new high airflow mid-tower ATX case that balances form and function to provide PC enthusiasts great cooling and an easy building experience. The CL500 features large mesh top and front panels that deliver generous airflow to your PC's critical components with support for up to six 120 mm cooling fans or multiple liquid cooling radiators, including up to 360 mm in front for serious performance.

A full-length tempered glass side panel showcases your components in a beautiful display. Both the left and right side panels are attached magnetically, making it quick and easy to access components and manage cables. Top panel access for installing fans or liquid cooling also only needs a one-touch button release. In addition to easy access panels, the CL500 includes practical accessories such as a pre-installed PWM fan hub on the chassis to help organize fans and even a built-in adjustable GPU stand for possible graphic card sag. The front I/O panel features three USB ports including one for USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C.
Update Aug 18th: DeepCool informed us that the international version of this case includes a USB type-C front-panel port.

Azza Introduces The Pyramid Mini 806 Mini-ITX Case

Azza have recently announced their latest case the Pyramid Mini 806, a peculiar Mini-ITX chassis with a sleek pyramid design. The Pyramid Mini 806 is a smaller version of the very similar Azza Pyramid 804 case which could accommodate up to ATX sized motherboards. This new model features an aluminium design with quad tempered glass side panels. The case features a tiered design with the motherboard on the middle level above the SFX power supply and graphics card, while the top layer houses the included 120 mm RGB Hurricane II fan. The case has room for just 2 2.5" drives and comes with a small front I/O panel consisting of a single USB 3.0 Type-A port, power button, and HD Audio connector. The case is set for a November 2020 release with early listings putting the price at €249.90 (~295 USD).

Antec Releases DF600 FLUX Mid-Tower Case

Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, announces a new mid-tower case of the brand new FLUX series, the DF600 FLUX. Well equipped with an industry-leading design of advanced ventilation, the first model of this new line is taking the thermal performance of gaming PCs to a new level. The DF600 FLUX will soon reach store shelves and online retail outlets in US with a competitive MSRP of 69.99 USD.

When Intel announced their latest 10th Gen CPU and AMD announced their new Ryzen 3 and 4 CPUs, they all deliver remarkable performance upgrades and better productivity, it also means the functional requirement of PC equipment needs to be taken to the next level, especially the thermal performance. To cope with the stress of enhanced heat dissipation, Antec developed a revolutionary structure for airflow, providing an improved and powerful cooling solution for the powerful system. The F-LUX Platform.

ENERMAX Launches MarbleShell RGB Computer Case Series

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, launches an addressable RGB computer case featuring modern front panel design, in which the dynamic lighting effects of the pre-installed addressable RGB intake fans will reflect from the gaps between the marble-styled front panel and deliver a stylish look. The MarbleShell series is designed with a tempered glass side panel and a multi-functional tunnel at the bottom which ensures a neat and tidy appearance inside the case. The series includes mini-tower and mid-tower versions; each version also has black and white colors available.

MarbleShell series offers 2 ways of addressable RGB lighting control, one is connecting with addressable RGB-enabled motherboards which users can control the lighting effects by the motherboards' software, the other is to select the pre-set 13 lighting effects by the top I/O port. This series further provides an integrated hub to keep 6 addressable RGB devices' lighting in sync.

Nagao Manufacturing Releases N-FRAME-EATX Open Frame E-ATX Case

Japanese PC and Industrial company Nagao Manufacturing Co have recently revealed their large N-FRAME-EATX open frame case which is designed to facilitate part testing and supports large form factor motherboards up to E-ATX. The case comes with a flexible radiator mount supporting 120/140/240/280/360 mm radiators and can be adjusted in 7 stages of 0/30/60/90/120/150/180°.

The case can accommodate dual ATX power supplies however it requires the relocation of the main power switch and reduces available drive mounts down to 4. The case can house multiple PCIe cards with 8 expansion slots and supports vertical GPU mounting. The black painted iron case measures 370 mm width, 190 mm depth, 450 mm height, and comes in at 3.5 kg. Pricing and international availability were not announced.

Akasa Launches the Gem - Passively Cooled Raspberry Pi 4 Case

Akasa, the maker of all kinds of cooling solutions, storage accessories, and cases, today launched a new type of case. Called the Gem, the case is a passively cooled design made for Raspberry Pi 4 in mind. Featuring a unique design that reminds of a gem, the case got its name from it. The case is made from 100% aluminium and its body is sturdy and provides efficient heat dissipation ensures the system runs optimally, even under a heavy workload. The case has an L shaped block that connects the parts that generate heat with an external shell. It covers the SoC and power management integrated circuit, which is a rare design decision. The other block is covering the USB controller. The case features precision cutouts so every bit of I/O is accessible including GPIO, microSD, Ethernet, USB, camera, and display connectors. You can purchase the case here for approximately $40.

Phanteks Introduces Enthoo Pro 2 Case with High Performance Fabric

Phanteks today announced the successor to the original Enthoo Pro case, the Enthoo Pro 2. Just like its predecessor, the Pro 2 is a full-tower PC case built for the professionals and enthusiasts. With increased space, enhanced versatility and state-of-the-art features, it's now the perfect solution for the modern workstation.

High airflow performance is central to the new Enthoo Pro 2. The front panel is designed with Phanteks' innovative "High-Performance Fabric" to deliver more airflow through than other conventional metal mesh and provide exceptional cooling in a full-tower package. The design story continues inside the Pro 2 with the versatile interior that brings an extensive scope of high-end configuration options.
Earlier today we posted an in-depth review of the Enthoo Pro 2

Akasa Maxwell Pro Pictured: 65W TDP Fanless Case for both Intel and AMD

Here's the first picture of the Akasa Maxwell Pro fanless HTPC case. This Mini-ITX case features an all-aluminium construction, with diamond-cut edges on matte-gray anodized aluminium panels. The case's body doubles up as passive heatsink for the processor, and the Maxwell Pro is one of Akasa's first few cases to feature a common fanless block design that supports both AMD Socket AM4 and Intel LGA115x/LGA1200. The case extends into heatsink ridges along the sides, while a series of four copper heat pipes links it with a base at the CPU socket. Akasa claims the case is capable of handling CPU TDP of up to 65 W without any fans.

The front-panel features a brushed-aluminium finish, along with a handful USB ports and a power button, although we can't spy an IR receiver port. The case measures 280 mm x 209 mm x 110 mm (WxDxH). An optional 150 W power-brick is included, along with an internal DC-to-DC switch that converts the 2-pin DC input from the brick to various ATX standard connectors. The company didn't reveal availbility or pricing.

Antec Releases Phantom Gaming Edition Striker Chassis

Antec Inc., leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, are announcing the new Striker Phantom Gaming Edition, at MSRP 249.99 USD. It will be available on Amazon & Newegg this week. As the name reveals, Antec partnered up with ASRock, who own the Phantom Gaming Brand.

Striker will feature a "Phantom Gaming Alliance" compliant style that matches the design with the motherboard and graphics card of ASRock "Phantom Gaming". The logo of "Phantom Gaming" will be decorated on both sides of the side panels.

Cougar Intros DarkBlader X7 Mid-tower Case

Cougar today released yet another variation of its DarkBlader line of ATX mid-tower cases that feature an asymmetric trapezioid front panel design, following last week's release of the DarkBlader X5. The X7 is nearly identical to the X5 from last week, including the translucent (frost finish) larger half of the front-panel. Where it differs is the smaller half featuring a vertical ARGB lighting strip at the front intake; and the inclusion of one 120 mm ARGB fan instead of three, pre-installed at the rear vent. The translucent front panel comes in two trims, "midnight green" and "translucent black." These aside, the DarkBlader X7 is identical in every way to not just the DarkBlader X5, but also the original DarkBlader series from 2019.

Lian Li LANCOOL II Mesh Performance and LANCOOL II Mesh RGB Now Available

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of aluminium chassis and PC accessories, is proud to announce a new addition to its LANCOOL series with the LANCOOL II MESH PERFORMANCE and LANCOOL II MESH RGB. Built upon the award-winning design and features of the LANCOOL II, the LANCOOL II MESH incorporates new features that improve chassis airflow and offers an updated look. Available in PERFORMANCE and RGB, both variants sport a dense mesh front panel and left PSU shroud panel for better thermal performance, with different fan configuration and I/O ports focused on fan speed control or lighting effect control respectively.

LIAN LI pushes the limits of the LANCOOL II MESH front panel and left side panel with a mesh density that offers the least amount of resistance for maximum airflow while limiting dust infiltration. In addition, the honeycomb pattern perforations located at the top and rear of the case provide for a boost in ventilation. To complement the added benefits of the mesh, internal modifications have been implemented at the top of the PSU shroud with two new modular openings. Users can either leave the two openings uncovered for an unobstructed airflow between the top and the bottom chamber, mount them with fans to increase the ventilation efficiency, or use the included perforated mounting plates to install 2 SSDs without suffocating the PSU chamber.

Chieftec Announces CM-25B-OP Case from the Classic Series

CHIEFTEC, a world-wide renowned brand for reliable PC chassis and power supplies, today announces the CM-25B-OP as a new model in the Classic Series, which has proven to be a success in the system integration market since its launch in 2019. The CM-25B-OP is based on the chassis of the BM-25B-OP, while adding an additional 5.25" ODD drive and a refreshed front panel design. Built from 0.7 mm SECC and including tool-less drive installation kits, the Classic Series is perfect for system builders who value true quality and timelessly elegant design.

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.
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