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FSP Group Announces Its Latest Transparent Chassis Cover the CMT210

FSP Group today announced the release of the CMT210, a transparent chassis design that allows gamers to see all their computer's critical components at a glance. The chassis addresses the three main requirements that gamers have when building a PC, namely high cooling capability, easy expansion, and compatibility. The CMT210's tranquil appearance showcases FSP's unique droplet-shaped cooling-hole design, capable of holding 360 mm of water in its cooling system and features FSP's custom-designed paragliding electric fan, which achieves a high cooling effect.

The spacious interior layout allows for the installation of three groups of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch personal storage devices, with seven groups of PCI-E multiple graphics card slots for high scalability. The layout also takes into account potential size differences between the chassis and key components which may not have matching measurements, such as the ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX, as well as other mainstream motherboards. Moreover, the high cooling tower and high-end long graphics card can be made perfectly compatible.

Cooler Master Announces the MasterCase Pro 6 Chassis

Cooler Master, a leader in design and manufacturing computer components and peripherals, today announced the launch of a new model in its modular MasterCase line. The Pro 6 is the discreetly designed mid-tower cousin of the award-winning Pro 5 case, and it comes with the same FreeForm Modular System that allows multiple exterior and interior layouts.

What makes the MasterCase Pro 6 immediately stand out from the rest of the MasterCase series is its flush look. The top, front and back panels are all seamlessly merged by smooth, flush panels in dark metallic grey. The front is marked by a soft LED glow emerging from the bottom. Even the I/O panel is hidden by a cover that blends into the top panel.

Lian Li Unveils the PC-T70 Open-bench Chassis Which Can Close

For those who wish their open-air pedestal cases can close at times, to stop eating dust, Lian Li has a solution, in the PC-T70. This is a 2-deck open-air chassis, with an acrylic window that covers the top and front sides of the top deck. You can remove this cover by simply unfastening a few thumbscrews. The top deck has room for an E-ATX/ATX/micro-ATX motherboard with graphics cards up to 33 cm long (practically limitless with the lid removed), and CPU coolers as tall as 18 cm (limitless with the lid removed).

The bottom deck of the PC-T70 gives you room for the PSU (up to 35 cm in length), two 3.5-inch drive bays, and four 2.5-inch drive bays. The case has several fan mounts, including six 140 mm intakes, which convert to eight 120 mm intakes, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The front panel features two USB 3.0 ports, and HDA jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.

In Win Shows Off the 303 Type-C Chassis

In Win showed off a new variant of its 303 chassis, the 303 Type-C. As its name suggests, the case features a USB 3.1 type-C front panel port, backed by standard USB 3.0/3.1 headers, besides two each of USB 3.0/3.1 and USB 2.0/1.1 type-A ports; and standard HDA audio jacks. The case is otherwise identical to the original In Win 303, which it launched in May 2016.

DeepCool Shows Off its QuadStellar Chassis

Building on the legacy of its TriStellar series cases, DeepCool unveiled the bigger, four-lobed QuadStellar chassis. Unlike the TriStellar, which housed mini-ITX motherboards, the QuadStellar is much larger, and designed for full-fledged ATX motherboards. The central axis to the four lobes is more functional than it is on the TriStellar, as two opposing lobes can now meet in the middle to make up a large continuous chamber to house the ATX motherboard, and its 8 expansion slots. One of the other two lobes houses the PSU bay with a few drive bays; while the other lobe has three additional PCI-Express x16 slot risers, and a few more drive bays. The case measures 523 mm x 485 mm x 485 mm. It features nine 3.5-inch and twelve 2.5-inch drive bays. DeepCool plans to launch this case by May 2017.

DeepCool Also Intros the New Ark 90 Chassis

DeepCool also unveiled its glassy New Ark 90 chassis, with factory-fitted CPU liquid cooling. This ATX mid-tower chassis features a 3-sided tempered glass panel covering the left side, and three quarters of the top and front panels. Under the hood, is a horizontally partitioned layout, with the larger top half housing the motherboard tray and three 120 mm fan mounts that exhaust out of the right side panel, and which can hold on to a 360 x 120 mm radiator.

The bottom compartment of the New Ark 90 features the PSU bay and two 3.5-inch drive caddies. The included DeepCool Captain 120EX AIO liquid cooler has a 120 mm x 120 mm radiator that's factory-fitted to one of the 120 mm top exhausts. The pump-block comes with AMD socket AM4 support, besides support for most common CPU socket types. The company plans to release the New Ark 90 to the market some time in May 2017.

DeepCool Intros the Baroncase Liquid Chassis

DeepCool introduced a new line of cases with factory-fitted CPU liquid cooling, beginning with the Baroncase Liquid. This ATX mid-tower chassis appears short, but that's because its PSU bay is located where you'd expect a 5.25-inch drive cage to be. DeepCool is marketing it as a micro-ATX case, which happens to support ATX motherboards. You'll notice that it has just 5 expansion slot covers. You get room for the two extra expansion slots (of ATX boards) by removing one of two 3.5-inch drive stacks lined along the base.

The PSU (not included) stands vertical near the front portion of the case, with its fan intake facing forwards (through the front panel). The included DeepCool Captain 120EX AIO liquid cooler features RGB LED lighting on its pump+block assembly, and its 120 mm radiator comes factory-fitted to the top exhaust. One of the case's 2.5-inch drive bays is lined on top of the side drive cage, so it's visible through the tempered-glass side-panel. Available from April 2017, the Baroncase Liquid is expected to be priced at US $130.

Raijintek Intros the Metis Plus Chassis

Raijintek introduced the Metis Plus cube-type mini-ITX aluminium chassis. A successor to the original Metis launched in 2014, the Metis Plus comes with an updated brushed aluminium finish with diamond-cut edges, a 120 mm top fan mount, an extra 2.5-inch drive mount along the base, and an updated 3.5-inch/2.5-inch (1x 3.5-inch convertible to 2x 7 mm-thick 2.5-inch) drive tray design. The rest of its specifications are unchanged from the original Metis.

Measuring 190 mm x 277 mm x 254 mm (WxDxH), and weighing in at 2.12 kg, the Metis Plus features an "upside-down" (left-side) oriented mini-ITX motherboard tray, with clearance for graphics cards as long as 17 cm, and CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm. It features a concealed standard ATX PSU bay, with an AC receptacle and internal cord conveying power to the PSU. The case can either hold four 2.5-inch + one 3.5-inch drives at a time, or two each of 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives. The case comes with a pre-installed front 120 mm intake fan with LED lighting to match the case color. The case comes in 7 color options. The company didn't reveal pricing.

In Win Intros the X-Frame 2.0 Open Chassis

In Win today introduced the second generation X-Frame open-air chassis. The X-Frame 2.0 was first unveiled at the 2016 Computex expo. It features a tray-type main platform, attached to a swivel base with three feet, and a pivot, along which you can rotate the main platform along two axes, orienting it tall as a tower, or flat, giving you easy access to your hardware. A 1065W In Win SI-1065 PSU comes included. This full-modular PSU has cables for a rig with up to three high-end graphics cards, a triple +12V rail design (75A + 25A + 25A), 92% claimed efficiency, lighting, and a USB power port.

The motherboard tray has room for a standard ATX motherboard, with room for graphics cards and CPU coolers of practically limitless lengths and heights. The tray has two 2.5-inch drive mounts. The compartment below the motherboard tray has additional storage areas, with four 3.5-inch drive bays, and a 5.25-inch bay. The top compartment has a 3x 120 mm radiator mount. Front panel connectivity includes four USB 3.1 ports, of which one is type-C, and HDA audio jacks. The In Win X-Frame 2.0, with the included SI-1065 PSU, is priced at 1,499€ (incl. taxes).

Thermaltake Intros the Suppressor F31 Tempered Glass Edition Chassis

Thermaltake's drive to make variants of its cases with tempered glass side panels reached the Suppressor F31, the noise-suppressing full-tower chassis. The Suppressor F31 Tempered Glass Edition features a large, clear, 4 mm-thick tempered glass window on its left side panel letting you revel on your creation.

Measuring 497 x 250 x 515 mm (HxWxD), the case serves up room for graphics cards as long as 42 cm (27.8 cm with a detachable drive-cage in place); and CPU coolers as tall as 18 cm. Storage areas include a 3x 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive cage that's detachable, and two 2.5-inch internal drive bays. Cooling features include two 140 mm (convertible to 1x 200 mm or 3x 120 mm) front intakes, three 120 mm (convertible to 2x 140 mm) top exhausts, a 140 mm rear exhaust, and a 140 mm bottom intake. The company didn't reveal pricing, but looking at the prices of currently released Tempered Glass Edition cases by Thermaltake, this case could ship at a 10% premium.

Cooltek Announces the TG-01 Midi Tower Chassis

Cooltek announced the TG-01 midi tower chassis. With the TG-01 we present a fine Midi-Tower with "tempered glass" elements at a particularly attractive price-performance ratio. The main feature of the TG-01 is without doubt the use of tempered glass as a design element0. Both the front and the left side panels are made of the hardened glass and give the case a unique classic character. The I/O panel with 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0 and the HD audio connectors can be found above the glass cover. The power button is located at the front of the top cover, as is the HDD- and Power-LED.

To maximize the benefits of a glass front, three LED fans are pre-installed on the inside of the front panel. We offer four different variants: each with three blue, red and green illuminated fans, as well as a version with RGB fans. The RGB version offers an RGB controller next to the power-button, which allows the user to switch between different colors and multiple light effects.

XIGMATEK Unveils the EDEN Mid-tower Chassis

XIGMATEK today unveiled the EDEN, an ATX mid-tower chassis featuring a prominent RGB multi-color LED lighting element along its front panel. The case features a horizontally partitioned internal layout that's contemporary, with the top compartment holding the motherboard tray, with room for graphics cards as long as 35 cm, and CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm; and the bottom compartment housing a 3x 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive cage, and the PSU bay. Two additional 2.5-inch drives can be mounted behind the motherboard tray. Cooling features include two 120 mm front intakes, a 120 mm top exhaust, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The company didn't reveal pricing.

AeroCool Announces the LS-5200 Mid-tower Chassis

AeroCool today unveiled the LS-5200 mid-tower chassis. Measuring 220 mm x 376.5 mm x 460 mm (WxDxH), this tall case is made mostly of SECC steel, and comes in two color options - all-black, and silver+black. It's characterized by a perforated front intake that runs the entire height of the case. With no 5.25-inch drive bays to conceal, this intake convers a 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm radiator slot. The case features a simple 2-zone fan controller accessible from the front-panel.

Under the hood, the LS-5200 features a horizontally-partitioned layout, the the bottom compartment completely enclosed. The motherboard tray has room for graphics cards as long as 34.6 cm (up to 37.1 cm with no front fans installed). Cooling includes three 120 mm (or two 140 mm) front intakes, two 120 mm top exhausts, and one 140 mm rear exhaust. Storage features include a 3x 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drive cage in the lower compartment, and mounts for four additional 2.5-inch SSDs behind the motherboard tray. The company didn't reveal pricing.

BitFenix Announces the Shogun Chassis with ASUS Aura Support

BitFenix announces the Shogun Chassis. During Computex 2016 we showcased four of our brand new chassis, which also included Cape. With the input from some of the world's renowned enthusiasts, we have developed and tweaked the Cape to be an extremely desirable chassis with many novel features. Strength, Power and Absolute Control makes you a champion. Carrying on the theme of simplicity from our famous Shinobi Chassis, Shogun is the newest flagship design model from BitFenix. The all new BitFenix Shogun is the most capable command station that gives you the edge in the battle for victory. May it be performance or looks, Shogun is the best of both worlds. With the top level aesthetics, novel features and extreme compatibility BitFenix Shogun is one of the most advance and user friendly chassis in the market.

Raidmax Announces the Alpha Mid-tower Chassis

Raidmax today announced the Alpha, an ATX mid-tower chassis characterized by a large perforated-metal front panel, with RGB LED lighting. The lighting is handled by LED strips, and can be controlled using an included infrared remote control, which lets you set not just color, but also any of 22 multi-color lighting modes. The side panel features a large clear acrylic window. Internally, the case features a contemporary horizontally partitioned layout.

The Raidmax Alpha has room for graphics cards as long as 33 cm, and 16 cm tall CPU coolers. Storage areas include one exposed 5.25-inch drive bay, three internal 3.5-inch (of which two can convert to 2.5-inch), and two additional 2.5-inch. The cooling features include 3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm front intakes, two 140 mm top exhaust, and 120 mm rear exhaust. The company didn't reveal pricing.

GIGABYTE Announces the Xtreme Gaming XC700W Chassis

GIGABYTE today announced the Xtreme Gaming XC700W chassis. This ATX full-tower case measures 593.5 mm x 240.5 mm x 546.6 mm (DxWxH), and is made of SECC steel, aluminium, and tempered glass. Its design consists of a steel framework that holds on to a tempered glass panel on the left side, and an aluminium panel that covers the front and right side panels of the case. It features RGB multi-color LED lighting forming accents along the edges of the aluminium panel, the front case badge, and a prominent "Xtreme Gaming" logo along the side panel.

Inside, the case isn't compartmentalized, although the drive cages are detachable to free up more room. The motherboard tray can hold ATX and EATX motherboards, with up to 8 expansion slots. You get room for add-on cards as long as 430 mm, and CPU coolers as tall as 170 mm. There are no 5.25-inch bays, but you get a drive cage with three 3.5-inch bays (convertible to 2.5-inch), and three 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. Ventilation includes a 140 mm rear exhaust, and 3x 120 mm top exhausts (convertible to 2x 140 mm). Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports; and HDA audio jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Thermaltake Releases the Tower 900 E-ATX PC Chassis

Thermaltake has added a new, highly-premium, highly-desirable, and ultra-high expensive E-ATX PC Chassis. Named Tower 900, it is a harbinger of Thermaltake's TT Premium line, which, according to the company's own words, "(...) follows its core values of Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations and Boundless Creativity to provide a high performance PC product for every enthusiast."

Designed in collaboration with Watermod France, The Tower 900 by Thermaltake represents Thermaltake's passion for innovation, the spirit of Watermod France, and its vision to expand chassis design for enthusiasts to build into a new era of ESPORTS modding culture. The Tower 900 is the premium choice from TT Thermaltake, supporting a vertical mounting design, high quality 5mm thick tempered glass panels, and unrivaled expansion capabilities for massive custom liquid cooling systems.

Spire Announces the Tricer 1411 Chassis

The Tricer 1411 is the latest addition to the Spire Tricer series of micro ATX pc cases. This modern pc enclosure fits today's specification and system integration standards. The Tricer 1411 is prepared with all the features you are looking for in a Micro ATX tower chassis including 4*120mm fan mount locations and with pre-installed 120mm black fan on the rear of the structure.

The front panel design displays style and simplicity, without sacrificing functionality. This Micro ATX form factor chassis structure is build out of 0.45mm SPCC steel and touches every detail and ease of assembly. Top and front re-enforced drive bay rack for secure mounting of Optical and HDD or SSD Drives. The front panel features USB 2.0 and USB3.0 as well as AC97/HD audio ports. The Tricer 1411 pc case is a, decadent quality selection for professional integrators and users alike.

Raijintek Intros the Paean Tempered Glass Dual-Compartment Chassis

Raijintek announced availability of the Paean tempered-glass dual-compartment chassis. This vertically-partitioned case features 5 mm-thick tempered glass panels on its sides, with metal (aluminium and steel) making up only the motherboard tray with PSU and drive mounts on its reverse side; and the beams holding the panels in place. The glass panels feature a dark tint, while the aluminium motherboard tray has a black, brushed-metal finish.

The Raijintek Paean can hold standard ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX motherboards. The tray has room for graphics cards as long as 31 cm with a front reservoir in place, or up to 40 cm, with a vertically placed reservoir and no additional drive caddies in place; and CPU coolers as tall as 14 cm. It can hold standard ATX power supplies as long as 20 cm. Storage areas include three each of 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drive bays.

Nanoxia Announces the CoolForce 1 Chassis

Introducing the CoolForce 1. Next week, in addition to the recently introduced CoolForce 2 Rev. B, the second model of our CoolForce case series, the new CoolForce 1, will become available in Europe. The CoolForce 1 features a spacious interior that offers unexpectedly much space for high-end hardware and water cooling systems, despite relatively compact dimensions.

Many of the improvements we implemented due to customer feedback have been included in the new CoolForce 1 as well. For example, the case also features a split front design with a separate I/O panel to ensure that the dust filter and the front fan can be accessed without much effort. The I/O-panel is the same as that of the CoolForce 2 Rev. B, featuring a True USB 3.1 Type C, two USB 3.0, as well as HD audio connectors and a 3-step fan control. The LED On/Off button for the two pre-installed Rigid LED bars in the front is located in the I/O-panel, as well as the Power- and Reset-Button.

ENERMAX Launches the OSTROG LITE ATX Chassis With PSU Shroud

ENERMAX, the Taiwan-based power supply and chassis company, today launched their newest addition to their PC chassis lineup. Dubbed the OSTROG LITE, it stands as a compact mid-tower chassis for entry-level gaming rigs, featuring a low-profile hairline surface front panel. As the name implies, the new product features a separate enclosure for your PSU, making sure to keep all those unsightly cables hidden and, as a bonus, improving the airflow.

DeepCool Unveils an ASUS ROG Themed GamerStorm Genome Chassis

DeepCool today unveiled a special-edition GamerStorm Genome chassis with ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) branding. This launch follows the mid-October announcement of the Genome II. The ROG Genome features a matte black appearance with the shade of red found on ROG products. It also features a red+white ASUS ROG logo. These LEDs are backed by an ASUS Aura compatible LED controller, which interfaces with ASUS' motherboards Aura RGB LED headers. The rest of its features are consistent with the original GamerStorm Genome.

REEVEN Announces the Koios MATX Chassis

REEVEN announced the Koios, a cube-type micro-ATX case, which collapses along a hinge for easy access to the hardware under its hood. The case features a horizontally dual-compartment design, with the motherboard tray being along the plane of the base. The tray can hold micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards; graphics cards up to 340 mm in length, and CPU coolers up to 180 mm in height.

The bottom compartment of the REEVEN Koios houses the PSU bay, and two drive-cages - one with a pair of 3.5-inch bays, and another with a pair of 2.5-inch bays. A separate drive cage mounted along the front panel provides an exposed 5.25-inch bay, an exposed 3.5-inch bay, and a concealed 2.5-inch bay. This case hence holds up to 7 drives. Ventilation includes a 140 mm front intake, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The top and side panels have acrylic windows. Front-panel connectivity includes USB 3.0 ports and HDA jacks. A convenient handle lets you carry the case around. REEVEN didn't reveal pricing.

XIGMATEK Announces the Talon-H Full-tower Chassis

XIGMATEK today announced the Talon-H full-tower chassis. Measuring 640 mm x 250 mm x 685 mm (LxWxH), the case is made mostly of SECC steel and ABS plastic. It features a single-compartment interior, with a vast motherboard tray that can house HPTX, E-ATX, XL-ATX motherboards, besides common ATX form-factors. It features 10 expansion slots. The tray CPU cooler easy-access holes in two locations, indicating that it is designed for dual-socket workstation builds. The tray has room for add-on cards as long as 400 mm, and CPU coolers as tall as 200 mm.

Drive storage areas in the XIGMATEK Talon-H include four exposed 5.25-inch drive bays, and thirteen 3.5-inch/2.5-inch drives across three detachable drive cages. Cooling features include room for either a 360 mm x 120 mm or a 280 mm x 140 mm radiator in the front; a 420 mm x 140 mm radiator on top; and a 140 mm exhaust fan on the rear. Front panel connectivity includes four USB 3.0 ports (standard header), two USB 2.0/1.1 ports (standard header), and HDA front-panel jacks. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Thermaltake Announces the Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition Chassis

Thermaltake has launched its latest Core P5 series, the Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis and the Core P5 Tempered Glass Snow Edition ATX Wall-Mount Chassis, which features three 5mm thick tempered glass windows, including a front panel and two side panels, plus stainless steel pillar secure mechanism to display and protect the glory of the build.

The newest series of Core P5 has remained the classic structure of Thermaltake open frame chassis family. It comes with fully modular design that allows flexibility for 3-way placement layouts (Wall mount, Horizontal and Vertical), dual GPU layout locations (Horizontal and Vertical), and placement locations for liquid cooling components. Indulge your system presentation with the brand new Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Edition open frame chassis.
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