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CORSAIR Shows Off Lighting Concept Using Capellix LEDs in Cases

CORSAIR introduced us to their small form factor Capellix LEDs, co-developed with Primax, at CES last year and has since been utilizing them in memory and peripheral products alike. So it was just a natural next step for them to find a way to include them into their cases, and the company took to CES 2020 to show off a traditional retail case which has been covered with a film encompassing these LEDs.

The glass panels are lined with a thin, transparent film so that you are able to have a matrix of these RGB LEDs on the backside without any easily visible wires, which makes for quite a unique look. This implementation does require a lot of more complex wiring relative to a standard LED strip, tiny as it still may be spatially, which currently limits the number of LEDs that could be embedded in such a removable panel, but the result is attention-grabbing regardless. There is no concrete launch date or pricing for this, and CORSAIR is still deciding if they will include these on current cases as a special edition or for future enclosure products. That said, the implementation at CES already looked pretty clean externally and, a fun fact is, you can touch them on the backside of the glass panel and will not get zapped.

Thermaltake Unveils View 51 TG ARGB Mid-Tower and AH T600 Open Frame Full Tower PC Cases

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce the launch of View 51 TG ARGB mid-tower and AH T600 TG open frame gaming chassis and will be showcased in Thermaltake booth in CES 2020. View 51 and AH T600 reflect the determination from Thermaltake to create a broader range of enthusiastic gaming cases which are based on gamers, modders and enthusiasts' demands. View 51 is designed to fulfill gamers who love hardcore water-cooling while AH T600 makes a bold statement as open frame chassis concept utilizing a leading-edge aesthetic and powerful air-cooling design.

View 51 that tailor-made for advance water cooling and features two 200 mm ARGB PWM fan at the front of the case and one 120 mm ARGB fan at the rear as a standard option. The case is wrapped in three sheets of 4 mm tempered glass panels for a transparent view into the front, side and top. Combined with support for quad 360 mm radiators at the top, front, side and bottom of the case, the smoked tempered glass and RGB fans contrast perfectly against the View 51's DUAL-CHAMBER design available in either black or white.

iBUYPOWER Announces the Expansion of its Signature Element Cases

iBUYPOWER, a leading manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, today announced the expansion of its signature Element case line. The Element CL will be designed for easy integration of hardline custom cooling curated for pre-built systems while the Element Dual will provide users with ample thermal support and a clean internal layout for both pre-built systems and DIY enthusiasts.

Element Dual
For a different take on the traditional PC layout, the iBUYPOWER Element Dual features a binary chamber design. With the PSU mounted vertically on the bottom right side of the case and hidden behind the motherboard tray, users will be left with an open aesthetic on the left side and substantial space for maximum component compatibility; including: E-ATX and ATX motherboards, up to 400 mm GPUs and 155 mm CPU air coolers.

MONTECH Releases New Fighter 400 and Fighter 600 Budget Gaming Cases

Montech, a new enthusiast PC Case, Power and Cooling solutions brand based in Taiwan introduces their new Fighter 400 and Fighter 600 line of competitively priced gaming cases. Both mid-tower ATX cases come with tempered glass side panels. The Fighter 400 comes with a pre-installed 120 mm Blue LED rear fan, while the Fighter 600 comes 3 front 1 rear 120 mm Rainbow LED fans.

Aimed at the highly competitive budget gaming case range, both the Fighter 400 and Fighter 600 comes with all the bells and whistles of higher end alternatives. Both cases comes with full Tempered Glass side panels to show off your RGB peripherals, not to mention both cases comes with pre-installed 120 mm LED fans! For the Fighter 400 you get a 120 mm blue LED rear fan and with the Fighter 400 you get a total of 4 120 mm Rainbow LED fans. Designed for maximum airflow and performance, both cases include top and bottom dust filters to keep cooling and also dust in check. Industry standard front USB 3.0/2.0 I/O ports are also present, as well as a shielded PSU compartment, cable management ports, support for 120/240 mm radiators on the Fighter 600 and 120/240/280/360 mm radiators on the Fighter 400.

Thermaltake Introduces Level 20 HT Series Full Tower Cases

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, is thrilled to announce a new member of the Level 20 collection- the Level 20 HT and the Level 20 HT Snow Edition Full Tower Chassis. Distinctive from most cases on the market, the Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition full tower chassis is specially constructed to continue the legend of the Level 20 series case family. It features four durable 4 mm thick tempered glass windows, two preinstalled 140 mm standard fans on the top, and is designed with outstanding system ventilation. The chassis is a premium choice that inhabits a vertical mount design and expansion capabilities for massive custom liquid-cooled systems. The Level 20 HT/HT Snow Edition takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern style that's utterly unique in the case market today. Stand out from the crowd with the Level 20 HT.

Cougar Unveils the DarkBlader Line of Full-tower Cases

Cougar unveiled the DarkBlader line of ATX full-tower cases characterized by an asymmetric trapezoid front design, and two variants based the front panel. The DarkBlader-G has a tinted tempered glass front insert, while the DarkBlader-S has an anodized-aluminium insert arranged in a stepped pattern. The rest of the front panels on both models have a brushed metal finish. The right side panel is dominated by a tempered glass panel, and the case's front-panel connectivity are arranged along the side, with light-framing that glow in RGB. On both cases a trapezoid RGB LED diffuser runs along the height of the case. Besides ATX, the case supports E-ATX and CEB motherboard form-factors.

Inside, the DarkBlader features a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout. The motherboard tray has room for graphics cards up to 38 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height. Storage options include two 3.5-inch trays that can also hold 2.5-inch drives; and 3.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray, which can also hold onto 2.5-inch drives. Ventilation includes three 140/120 mm front intakes, either two 140 mm or three 120 mm top exhausts, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. You can mount a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator along the front, and a 360 mm x 120 mm radiator along the top. The case includes an RGB LED lighting controller. Measuring 232 mm x 523 mm x 518 mm (WxDxH), the case offers 8 + 2 expansion slots. The company didn't reveal pricing.

MetallicGear Announces the new NEO 520 Series: NEO-G, AIR & SILENT

Powered by Phanteks, MetallicGear today announced the release of three new design to the Neo series. The new ATX mid-towers provides uncompromised value and functionality in three different styles. The new Neo series includes the Neo Silent, Neo Air, and Neo-G. The Neo Silent is subtle and silent and comes with a sound insulation front panel to help reduce noise; the Neo Air comes with the MetallicGear's characteristic mesh design that offers high airflow performance and includes 2x Skiron 120 mm RGB fans; and the Neo-G features a decorative front panel with 2x Skiron 120 mm D-RGB fans. All three Neo mid-tower cases are compact and design to bring lots of innovation and features like vertical GPU mounting (bracket required), 280 mm radiator support in front, full size hardware support, and plenty of storage.

FSP Announces New High End Cases For All Major Form Factors

FSP, one of the world's leading manufacturers of power supplies, is delighted to announce a series of new PC cases - the CMT350, CST310, and CST311 - that are designed to handle the latest PC performance and cooling demands. These new cases feature a gorgeous black-coated, sturdy SPCC steel frame, translucent tempered glass side panels to showcase your PC design, and addressable RGB LEDs on most models. Despite their compact size, all of these cases offer 2x USB 3.0 ports and are water cooling ready. The glass side panel's slide-on fitting makes installation and maintenance easy and safe.

The CMT350 is a compact mid-tower chassis with ample room for your components. It features a gorgeous sturdy black SPCC steel frame and supports radiators up to 360 mm. The CMT350's RGB fan on the rear is fully addressable and compatible with Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light Sync. The CMT350 is engineered for gamers. Its design is sleek, with FSP's signature flush transparent glass panel and an RGB light bar on the front panel. The case features two separate dust filters to keep the system interior perfectly clean. It can also handle Mini-ITX, and MicroATX motherboards as well as regular ATX size motherboards with up to 7 PCI slots. For storage and expansion, the chassis offers two 3.5-inch HDD bays and two 2.5-inch SSD bays.

Thermaltake Announces H Series Cases with Tempered Glass

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions, launches the brand new H Series Tempered Glass ATX Mid-Tower Chassis. The H Series comes in three different models: H100 TG, H200 TG RGB, and H200 TG Snow RGB. The budget friendly H Series is made with high quality tempered glass windows and features modern minimalist designs. The front panel of the sleek black H100 TG chassis is embedded with a bold blue LED light strip to create a simple yet striking appearance.

The H200 TG RGB features a black front panel with a unique RGB bar running down the side. The H200 TG Snow RGB chassis comes with a snow white front panel that is composed with a strategically placed RGB bar for a clean and futuristic presentation. 19 RGB lighting effects can be controlled with a specially designed RGB control button. The H Series Tempered Glass ATX Mid-Tower Chassis provides excellent cooling capabilities and are all pre-installed with one 120 mm fan. PC DIY enthusiasts can get creative and install liquid cooling components to create their own signature look.

MONTECH Enters the Western Market With PC Cases and Power Supplies

MONTECH is a brand originally founded in 2016 that has been quite successful in the Asian market. Now it is looking to expand to Western countries, with a commitment to quality ensured by experienced engineers & designers from Taiwan.

MONTECH's core value is bringing "good value" to customers. The products are either better equipped or sold at a cheaper price than their competitors. Although the price may be lower than competitors', quality control is very demanding, including a random sampling of up to 40% of the finished products. The cases are aspiring to be very innovative and functional. The Air900 series, which will be launched this June, emphasizes airflow and dust protection. It comes with 3 dust filters (front, top, bottom), big area airflow design, and the unique design of detachable mesh on the sides.

Gamdias Demos ATHENA M2 and ARGUS M1 Cases Among Others at Computex 2019

Gamdias brought a boatload of cases to Computex as well this year including some new designs including the ATHENA M2 and ARGUS M1. Starting with the ARGUS M1, it features a sleeker more subdued external design, that while equipped with RGB lighting is tastefully done with a semi-L shaped front accent. It also has illuminated USB ports, which was a nice novelty feature. When it comes to cooling the front panel has side vents, but it should be noted they do not extend all the way up, limiting potential air intake. That said, a 360mm radiator will easily fit in the front.

Sharkoon Makes a Splash With New Mini USB DAC, Elite Shark Cases, SKILLER Keyboards and Mice

Sharkoon appeared quite ready to take a bite out of the competition at Computex 2019. They came to the show with a full assortment of cases, keyboards, mice, gaming chairs and even a mini USB DAC for gamers which was quite nice to see as it was unexpected and unique coming from Sharkoon. Dubbed the Gaming DAC Pro S, it packs a powerful high-resolution gaming DAC with TRRS microphone input. It can also act as a USB soundcard with headphone Amp for an immersive crystal clear audio experience. It is worth noting that it is compatible with Android on top of the Windows and macOS.

In Win Debuts $4000 3D Printed Case Among Others at Computex 2019

When looking for unique, trendsetting, or just plain odd, In Win has you covered when it comes to cases. Every year they bring something interesting and at Computex 2019 that trend continues with the 9th-generation Signature Series, otherwise dubbed Yǒng, cases. This latest design is 3D printed with each one being built to order. In Win is using ABS plastic for this design, and users can pick any color they wish with the company preparing a website that will allow users to customize the case to their liking. Just be prepared for sticker shock as these cases are expected to cost $4000 each. If that doesn't take your breath away one way or another, I don't know what will.

Tecware VXR, Nexus C, Vega, M2 Micro Among Other Cases on Display at Computex 2019

While visiting the Tecware exhibit, we took the time to check out the numerous cases they had on hand. We started with the VXR dual chamber chassis which was eye-grabbing, to say the least. Featuring a dual chamber layout, it had a sandblasted aluminum exterior with front and side tempered glass panels for getting the best possible view of your hardware. While some cases with such a layout can be starved for air, Tecware took that into account with increased airflow and cooling configurations being available. That, of course, brings up the potential for dust; however, they made sure to include dust filters to help mitigate the issue. On top of all that, the VXR also has removable HDD/SSD trays for easier installation along with extra space for improved cable management.

Taking a closer look at the cooling options the VXR has clearance for CPU coolers of up to 140mm in height which is a bit limiting, but when you consider its radiator support more than makes up for it. The chassis has enough space for up to a 240mm radiator in the top, 240mm radiator in the bottom, and a 360mm radiator on the side. Actual space for fans is a bit different with the case allowing for 3x 120mm in the front, 3x 120mm on the side and 3x 120mm in the bottom. Overall the case is a solid option for custom water cooling or for those planning to use an all-in-one liquid cooled GPU and CPU. As for graphics cards, total clearance was listed as 385mm. Finally, storage and expansion space consist of 2x 3.5" HDD, 4x 2.5" SSD (2 modular SSD trays) and 8x expansion slots. The VXR has an MSRP of $89.99.

Akasa Presents Several New Aluminium-rich Cases

Akasa this Computex unveiled half a dozen new premium cases for congested desks and living rooms, which make use of copious amounts of aluminium to both look good and stay cool without any moving parts (read: fans). The Dot and Gem made us go "awww" first. The Dot looks like a Lego brick that spent too much time in Pripyat (although not as big as a real brick itself). It can house several models of Raspberry Pi, ASUS Tinker Board, and ODROID-C2, which are ARM-based "makerboards." You also get an included SD card reader, and room for a Hi-Fi Berry DAC board to go with your Pi. The Gem has a nearly identical design, but with an eclectic top plate design.

The Skytale and Skytale-X, obviously so-named to catch PC enthusiasts' eyes as they passed by the booth, are sleek, silvery-aluminium HTPC cases with a monolithic design (as opposed to heatsink ridges sticking out of the sides). With a height of just 50 mm, both cases are designed for mini-ITX motherboards that needn't be thin. What sets the two apart is the presence of a full-height add-on card slot on the Skytale-X, which uses a PCIe riser. Lastly, we spotted a new variant of the Turing case Akasa launched in February, which comes in a racy shade of blue.

FSP Goes "Full Tilt" with the CMT710 Premium Case

FSP is doubling down on premium PC cases this Computex. The company unveiled the eye-catching CMT710 open-air chassis. Made from aerospace-grade aluminium and tempered glass, the case features a symmetric, forward-tilting design that's partitioned vertically right along the middle. Each of the two halves has enough width to accommodate 17 cm tall add-on cards or 140 mm-wide radiators. The left side houses the motherboard tray with room for add-on cards close to 40 cm in length. You can also use up the front space to mount a 420 mm x 140 mm radiator, while still leaving room for a pump+reservoir.

The right side is where you'd normally expect the PSU bay, a bunch of drive bays, and room for more liquid cooling gear, until you discover that this half of the case has enough room for a second motherboard, oriented upside down, complete with room for its own liquid-cooling loop. Both halves have vertical add-on card capability letting you show off your high-end VGA. If you decide not to have a second system, you have enough room for dozens of hard drives, elaborate liquid cooling setups, or anything your mind can conjure up in space meant for an entire system!

Zalman Z-Machine 500, TWCS 500 and X101 Cases Among Others Pictured

Zalman didn't forget to bring some cases to Computex, with the company bringing what appears to be there entire lineup spearheaded by the Z-Machine 500. It is an aggressive chassis that uses an open case design for maximum airflow and capable of handling just about any air or liquid cooling setup. It offers support for up to a 360 mm radiator in the front and a 240 mm radiator at the top and comes with five pre-installed 120 mm Spider RGB fans. Due to the internal layout, the motherboard I/O is up top, allowing for easy access. It should also be noted that while classified as an ATX mid-tower, it is only capable of handling 2x SSDs.

Zalman's TWCS 500 on the other hand while very similar to the Z-Machine 500 offers a unique hybrid cooling system, which is a combination of water cooling and immersion cooling. It has support for the same 5x 120 mm fans and comes with a 360 mm radiator pre-installed up front. There is space for a 240 mm radiator up top as well. Like the previous chassis it to is limited to 2x SSDs for storage. These basic features while acceptable can't hold a candle to two features Zalman has listed for this case, with the company listing "Ensure(d) Stability by Applying Insulating Fluoric Refrigerant (10 Degrees Cooler Than Other Cases)" and "Strengthen(ed) Antifouling Function Against Mineral Oil Refrigerant." It definitely makes the hybrid cooling functionality sound a whole lot more interesting. Hopefully, more info on these two features will be forthcoming soon.
Image #1 above is Z-Machine 500, the rest are the TWCS 500.

Cooler Master Releases New NR Series Cases

Cooler Master, an award-winning PC components company, today announces the release of the NR series with two new cases: The MasterBox NR400 and the MasterBox NR600. The NR series streamlines form and function to provide a minimalistic design and bold performance. Two models launch alongside each other, each supporting a different form factor. The smaller MasterBox NR400 supports up to mATX motherboards, while the larger MasterBox NR600 supports up to standard ATX motherboards. Marked only by the iconic solid stripe from the original N Series, the new NR Series applies modern technology to a timeless design by incorporating both filtration and airflow in the fine mesh front panel.
  • Minimalistic Mesh Design - Elegant design elements are applied to mesh for optimal thermal performance.
  • Optimal Thermal Performance - The full mesh front panel and ventilated top panel provide a high potential for thermal performance.
  • Flush Tempered Glass Side Panel - The tempered glass side panel, fastened by thumbscrews on the rear panel, keeps the surface completely flush.
  • Headset Jack - The single 4 pole headset jack features both audio and microphone capabilities simultaneously so separate jacks are not needed.
  • Graphics Card Support Up to 346 mm (NR400) / 410 mm (NR600) - Generous clearance space is provided to support the latest graphics cards.
  • Cable Management - High quality, longer length rubber grommets paired with generous clearance behind the motherboard offers ample room for cable management.

CORSAIR Launches Crystal Series 680X RGB and Carbide Series 678C Cases

CORSAIR , a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of two new mid-tower cases to meet the wide-ranging needs and preferences of PC enthusiasts everywhere. The CORSAIR Crystal Series 680X RGB is a high airflow ATX smart case that puts its stunning RGB lighting on full display, with four included fans and a CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO for complete lighting control out of the box. The CORSAIR Carbide Series 678C is an ATX case emphasizing low noise and refined styling, with a plethora of cooling and storage options offering tremendous versatility to builders. Both are available in either black or white to fit any environment.

The Crystal Series 680X RGB comes with everything you need for both strong cooling and brilliant visuals. The case includes one CORSAIR SP120 fan and three CORSAIR LL120 RGB PWM fans, each equipped with 16 individually addressable RGB LEDs. Combined with the included Lighting Node PRO and CORSAIR iCUE software, the 680X RGB puts on a stunning light show as soon you plug in your system.

SilentiumPC Expands Armis AR5 Family of Cases With Three New Models

Following the recently introduced AR5X PC Case, three new variants joining the SilentiumPC Armis AR5 family. Being sensible mid-tower choices, these cases provide unparalleled balance of perfect design, features, quality and fair pricing for a wide variety of PC system configurations.

Sharing the same base chassis structure and features, the variants offer different pricing and equipment:
  • The base model, Armis AR5 features a solid flat side panel and two Sigma HP 120 mm fans.
  • Armis AR5 TG has a tempered-glass side panel and comes with two Sigma HP 120 mm fans.
  • Armis AR5 TG RGB comes with tempered-glass side panel, as well as two Sigma HP 120 mm fans, one Sigma HP Corona 120 RGB fan and Aurora Sync PRO illumination/PWM controller.

MSI Announces MPG Gungnir 100 and MAG Vampiric 100 Cases

MSI, world leading gaming brand, is proud to introduce the brand-new product line - case to build a stronger connection among MSI products. This time, MPG GUNGNIR and MAG VAMPIRIC series are ready to shine. The MPG GUNGNIR 100 case is inspired by the sharp look and feel of "Gungnir," the legendary spear wielded by the Norse god Odin. This advanced case adopts plain industrial design, featuring a 4mm tinted tempered glass panel to showcase its internals, accentuated with an ARGB fan. With a 1 to 8 addressable RGB LED hub, the MPG GUNGNIR 100 offers unlimited customization options and can light up any room with MSI's Mystic Light APP. Support for 3D-printable parts delivera new level of personalization. Dial in optimum cooling with support for up to 7 system fans.

The MAG VAMPIRIC 010 case originates from the concept of the King Vampire - Dracula. With black and grey tones, the appearance invokes the mystique of silent castles. The dual blade shape on the front is the symbolism of coat of arms, combining with Mystic Light SYNC to display RGB lighting effects. Featuring a light grey 4mm tinted tempered glass panel, an ARGB fan, a magnetic filter on the top, and up to 6 system fans to strictly on ventilation. , the MAG VAMPIRIC 010 showcases the diverse temptation and charm of vampires.

Silverstone Cases on Display at CES 2019 Including an All New Raven Prototype

During our visit with Silverstone, we had the opportunity to check out their new case lineup which consists of numerous new designs including an all-new Raven prototype. Keeping the unique internal layout established by the previous generations alive, the new Raven has the motherboard I/O pointed towards the top with two 180 mm air penetrator fans located at the bottom operating as intakes with a single 120 mm fan at the top as an exhaust. The design makes use of the simple concept that heat rises to great effect. Drive space is limited to a single 3.5" or 2x 2.5" drives, meaning as of now builders eyeing this new design will want to stock up on M.2 drives. While we don't have official specifications in regards to radiator support, we can say there is plenty of room to set up a water cooling loop multiple mounting points provided near the back and sides of the chassis.

Moving on the side panels are both tempered glass which gives the case a uniform look, however, thanks to that, you can forget about hiding your wire mess behind a solid back panel. Instead, the Raven Prototype will be better suited for those who meticulously route their cables keeping things exceptionally neat and tidy. As for the front panel I/O, it is located on the top left above the side panel and consists of 2x USB 3.0 ports and the usual microphone and headphone jacks. In general, the angular design of the previous Raven cases remains but has been toned down just a bit, giving this latest iteration a sleeker, stealthier appearance.

MetallicGear Announces the Neo Series Cases

MetallicGear, powered by Phanteks, today introduced the NEO Series, a new level of cases that brings contemporary elegance, sleek minimalistic design and innovative features. The NEO Series is aimed to provide cost-effective cases that do not compromise on quality. The NEO Series will be available in four models, NEO, NEO Micro, NEO Mini and the NEO-G Mini.

The NEO and NEO Micro will feature an aluminum exterior with dual tempered glass side panels. The NEO will support an ATX motherboard and can house a single 240 mm or 280 mm radiator in front. While the NEO Micro, a compact tower that can support a micro ATX form factor and 240 mm radiator up front as well.

Thermaltake Unveils Versa J Series & V200 TG Cases

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of the Thermaltake Versa J Series, including J22, J23, J24, and J25 TG RGB Edition, and V200 TG RGB Edition Mid-Tower Chassis. The Versa J Series are designed to satisfy PC builders with different preferences regarding case style. For better ventilation, the J22 TG RGB comes with 3 built-in 120mm 12V RGB fans, two at the front and one at the rear.

The J23, J24, J25, and V200 TG RGB come with 3 built-in 120mm 12V RGB front fans. And all the 3 built-in 120mm 12V RGB fans are dual-mode controllable either via the I/O port RGB button or the synchronization with enthusiasts' favorite RGB capable motherboard brands, including Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, ASRock, and Biostar. Furthermore, the All-in-One (AIO) Liquid Cooler products are a perfect match for the J Series and V200 TG RGB Edition. Finally, the TG Editions are also designed to meet every PC builders' needs.

SilverStone Intros New Precision and Sugoi Series Cases

At Computex 2018, SilverStone showed off additions to its premier case lines - Precision and Sugoi. The Precision series is expanded by the new PS07-E (working title) and PS15 micro-ATX cases. The PS15 features a refreshingly simple layout - the motherboard and PSU bays are accessible from the left side, while the drive cage from the right. This way your drive cable clutter, and unused PSU cables are tucked away on the left side, taking advantage of the crawlspace behind the motherboard tray. You get familiar design elements from SilverStone, including a meshed front panel, a large top vent with removable filters, and a tempered glass right side panel. There are five fan bays in all, of which three are 140 mm capable, all 120 mm capable. The case measures 190 mm x 365 mm x 351 mm (WxHxD).

Next up, is the PS07-E micro-ATX tower. This case features a solid brushed metal front unlike the PS15, and a characteristic "hump" up top, which slides down along rails to reveal a 5.25-inch drive bay, three USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The Sugoi TJ08-Pro is practically identical to this case, but has a meshed front fascia. Inside, both cases feature an upside-down (BTX-style) micro-ATX motherboard tray, bottom-mounted PSU bay, three 3.5-inch drive bays, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts; and a staggering four 140 mm fan mounts, in addition to the 120 mm rear exhaust.
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