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AZZA Outs Overdrive Open-Air Chassis: Resembles a V8 Block

AZZA today rolled out the Overdrive open-air chassis. When viewed from a certain angle, it's supposed to resemble a V8 engine block—well at least one that's clad in copious amounts of plastic in today's performance cars. The chassis features a horizontally partitioned layout, with the bottom compartment housing its motherboard tray that can hold boards as large as E-ATX. All surfaces of the case are made of anodized aluminium, while its structural parts are SECC steel. The upward facing panels are tinted tempered glass.

The motherboard tray has room for graphics cards up to 40 cm in length, and CPU coolers only up to 8 cm in height. The idea probably here is to liquid-cool your CPU, as the case can mount a pair of 360 mm x 120 mm radiators along the bottom panels. The upper compartment has room for drives—two 3.5-inch, and four 2.5-inch—and liquid-cooling components such as pumps and reservoirs. Besides the two radiator mounts, you get a large 200 mm intake fan along the front. The case measures 440 mm x 570 mm x 590 mm (HxWxD), and dry-weighs 15 kg.

Update Apr 26th: AZZA announced US pricing of the case to be $599.99. The specs-sheet follows.

Antec Announces P7 Neo Performance 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, presents the latest mid tower of their award-winning Antec Performance Series: the Antec P7 Neo. The P7 Neo features the upgraded air intakes in the front and sound-dampening side panels. With the white LED power button, ample air intakes, and the support of 3x 140 mm fans, the P7 Neo not only provides an outstanding silent experience but also improves the cooling, and it will meet the needs for an ideal working environment. The case is now commercially available from 69€ (suggested retail price including VAT).

The powerhouse measures 440 x 219 x 480 mm (DxWxH) and is compatible with E-ATX, ATX, M-ATX and ITX motherboards. Designed for improving the PC's cooling, the P7 Neo is equipped with an upgraded front panel for optimal air intakes. In terms of fan support, the case accommodates 2x 120 mm / 2x 140 mm / 3x 140 mm (ODD must be removed) in the front and 1x 120 mm fan in the rear. The P7 Neo comes with three pre-installed 120 mm fans (2 in front & 1 in rear). For extra water-cooling, the P7 Neo allows to install a 280 mm radiator in the front and a 120 mm radiator in the rear.

Cougar Intros MX660 Mesh RGB-L Mid-tower Case

Cougar today introduced the MX660 Mesh RGB-L, an ATX mid-tower case. A highlight of this case's design is its front-panel, which features a "3-D mesh." A coarse outer mesh extends along three sides of the front-panel, concealing a finer, flat inner mesh that filters dust for the front intake that supports either three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans; and radiators up to 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm in size. The top-panel has another such large fan vent, supporting the exact same combinations of fans and radiators. A 120 mm rear exhaust makes for the rest of the case's ventilation feature-set. Three 120 mm fans with ARGB lighting come pre-installed along the front panel, and the case includes a 6-channel ARGB controller that can toggle between presets at the push of a button on the front-panel, or sync with your motherboard's 3-pin ARGB header.

The Cougar MX660 Mesh RGB-L features a tempered glass left-side panel, behind which is a conventional horizontally partitioned layout, with the upper compartment serving up room for motherboards as large as E-ATX, graphics cards up to 41 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 16.5 cm in height. The lower compartment has a 20 cm PSU bay, and two 3.5-inch drive trays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives. An additional three 2.5-inch drives can be mounted behind the motherboard tray. Front-panel connectivity includes two USB 3.x type-A, one USB 3.x type-C, and HDA jacks. The case measures 213 mm x 495 mm x 474 mm (WxDxH), dry-weighing 6.3 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing.

Lian Li Announces Four New Case Prototypes at 2021 Digital Expo

LIAN LI Industrial Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of aluminium chassis and PC accessories, hosts its second online event with the LIAN LI 2021 DIGITAL EXPO, which premiers February 18th, 9 am EST on YouTube (here). The 2021 DIGITAL EXPO unveils soon to be launched products, with new editions of the O11D MINI and UNI FANS, as well as exclusive looks at four prototypes. Each prototype will receive an in-depth look from case reviewers.

Q58: The Q58, a 14.3L SFF case, is equipped with split hinged panels made of tempered glass and aluminium mesh, and a dual-tone front solid aluminium panel. With support for MINI-ITX, 320 mm long GPUs, and up to 280 mm radiators, the Q58 is capable of supporting a variety of configurations with SFX PSUs or ATX PSUs due to an adjustable motherboard tray that can be moved for more clearance.

MSI MEG Z590 GODLIKE, MAG Tomahawk, and MPG Gaming Carbon Motherboards Pictured

As the launch of Intel's 500 series chipsets is getting near, we are starting to see more motherboards appear and get leaked. Today, thanks to the folks over VideoCardz, we have the first pictures of MSI's upcoming Z590 motherboards, with the latest designs and ideas from the company. Pictured below are MSI's trio of motherboards including MSI MEG Z590 GODLIKE, MPG Z590 Gaming Carbon WiFi, and MAG Z590 Tomahawk WiFi boards. The first in line is the MEG Z590 GODLIKE motherboard, a top tier, flagship design made with E-ATX standard in mind. It is supposed to bring all of the platform features to the table while being the best for overclocking due to its 20 (18+1+1) VRM phases.

Next up are the MPG Z590 Gaming Carbon WiFi and MAG Z590 Tomahawk WiFi designs, which should represent a bit cut-down GODLIKE variants. We don't have the exact specifications, so we need to wait for the official announcement.

GIGABYTE Outs AORUS C700 Glass Full-Tower Chassis

GIGABYTE today unveiled its flagship case, the AORUS C700 Glass. Featuring the same design-language as its latest generation of AORUS motherboards and graphics cards, the C700 Glass is a humongous ATX full-tower case measuring 714 mm x 301 mm x 671 mm (HxWxD). It supports E-ATX (or smaller) motherboard form-factors, with room for graphics cards up to 49 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 19.8 cm in height, and PSUs up to 20 cm in length. You also get a vertical graphics card mount. Its asymmetric body design features elements of brushed aluminium, steel, plastic, and tempered glass, with dozens of independent ARGB LED lighting zones that are controlled by an included ARGB controller you can plug into your motherboard to control using GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0 software.

Ventilation options on the GIGABYTE AORUS C700 Glass include three 140 mm front intakes, three 140 mm top exhausts, and two 120 mm rear exhausts. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the rear exhaust, and 420 mm x 140 mm radiators along the top- and front panels. Storage options include four 3.5-inch drive bays, and six 2.5-inch mounts at various locations. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.x type-C, four USB 3.x type-A, an HDMI (which connects to your graphics card), audio jacks, and dedicated controls to invoke RGB Fusion and fan control (this takes up a USB 2.0 header). The company didn't reveal pricing.
Gigabyte Aorus C700 Glass

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.

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.

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.
in Win Diey
The video presentation by In Win follows.

DeepCool Rolls Out the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F E-ATX Case

DeepCool today rolled out the MATREXX 55 PWM 2F, a variant of the original MATREXX 55 from 2018, but a sibling of the more recent MATREXX 55 Mesh 4F from earlier this year, which replaces the tempered glass front panel with an airy steel mesh that lets the front intake fans breathe better. What sets this case apart from the Mesh 4F is the set of pre-installed fans. While the 4F includes four DC fans (three pre-installed along the front intake and one at the rear exhaust), the new MATREXX 55 PWM 2F includes just two fans, one at the front and the other out back. It's just that these included fans are of a higher quality, with 4-pin PWM input, and possibly a higher service life bearing.

The case is otherwise identical to the Mesh 4F, with its horizontally partitioned interior with room for motherboards up to E-ATX length, graphics cards that are up to 37 cm long, and CPU coolers up to 16.8 cm in height. Storage areas include two 3.5-inch drive bays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and two additional 2.5-inch mounts. Among the fan mounts are three 140/120 mm front, two 140/120 mm top, and a 120 mm rear exhaust. The case measures 440 mm x 210 mm x 480 mm (HxWxD), weighing 6.6 kg. The company didn't reveal pricing, but it could be identical to the Mesh 4F, at around $80.

Kolink Announces the Balance ARGB Mid-tower Chassis

Renowned for its innovative and high-performance contributions to the world of PC cases, Kolink has created the Balance Midi-Tower as a feature-rich gaming case. This case may have a stunning exterior, but behind this facade lies a lot of space for powerful gaming hardware as well. All this gaming goodness can be admired through the tempered glass side panel, and as it supports motherboards up to E-ATX in form factor, there will be plenty to look at. A thoughtfully included PSU shroud also helps users stash away unsightly cables.

The front of the case, with its fine mesh and air vents, helps ensure not only good airflow, but it also helps accentuate the digitally addressable RGB-LED strip and the look of the case as a whole. A switch on the I/O panel allows the lighting to be controlled. Alternatively, the strip can be connected directly to the motherboard and controlled that way instead. The overall ventilation of the case is also helped by the presence of a fine mesh with an integrated dust filter on the top. A pre-installed 120 mm fan is also equipped with dARGB lighting.
Kolink Balance ARGB

SilentiumPC Unveils the Astrum AT6V TG Series Cases

SilentiumPC, the European manufacturer of CPU coolers and PC cases, presents the Astrum AT6V series, a new member of its case family aimed at gamers with high ambitions. The Astrum AR6V series stands out thanks to its eye-catching design, but also for its inner strengths. One of the series' particular strengths is the sophisticated Natissis two-chamber internal structure, which offers maximum compatibility and supports an exceptionally wide range of component choices.

The large mesh front combined with the four pre-installed 120 mm fans ensure excellent air circulation inside the case. The series consists of the basic model Astrum AT6V TG and the top-of-the-line model Astrum AT6V TG ARGB. In the latter, the tempered glass side panel comes with the novel edge lit addressable RGB lighting feature, and premium 120 mm fans with built-in ARGB LEDs. Thanks to the cutting-edge features and refinements, Astrum AR6V series is able to meet the high expectations and demands of ambitious gamers.

Fractal Design Announces the Define Series 7, 7 XL Chassis

Featuring the most comprehensive refinement of design elements yet, the Define 7 brings a new body to the long established Define series while staying true to its heritage as a solid platform for the silent PC.

Always pushing boundaries, Fractal product developers added loads of new features to ensure that the 7 series is the most capable and cohesive Define range ever released. Thanks to an adaptable dual-layout interior, the Define 7 can easily accommodate motherboards all the way up to 285 mm E-ATX, extensive storage arrays with up to 14 HDDs, 4 SSDs and an ODD bay, and robust cooling with a 420 mm radiator and up to nine fans. Versatile new multi-brackets allow you to convert any unused fan position to an HDD, SSD or pump mount.

MetallicGear Announces NEO Qube Dual-chamber Chassis

MetallicGear, powered by Phanteks, today announced the new addition to the NEO series, the NEO Qube. The NEO Qube sports dual tempered glass panels with integrated smooth Digital-RGB lighting making this the perfect showcase to display your system from every angle.

The NEO Qube features a spacious dual-chamber interior that brings a smooth building experience, heat separation for better cooling and supports powerful hardware. Combined with the Phanteks Revolt X power supply, the NEO Qube can even support 2 motherboard installations (E-ATX + ITX), which brings more possibilities for streamers, professionals, and multi-users looking for dual system support.

SilentiumPC Announces a Trio of Armis AR6 Series Cases

The European manufacturer of CPU coolers and PC cases, SilentiumPC, presents the successor of its popular Armis AR5 case series. The new Armis AR6 lineup is aimed at gamers looking for a PC case with maximum versatility and stylish design combined with outstanding value for money. SilentiumPC has developed three different versions of the case for this purpose, which are identical in terms of their internal construction, but differ in their exterior and (A)RGB lighting. All models are designed for excellent internal ventilation and implement the new Natissis internal structure with dual-chamber layout. The Armis AR6X TG RGB and Armis AR6X EVO TG ARGB are supplied directly with total of five 120 mm fans, the Armis AR6Q EVO TG ARGB with two 120 mm fans.

The Natissis internal structure, recently introduced in the Regnum RG6V case series, has been incorporated in the new Armis AR6 series. It utilizes the dual-chamber design which has been perfected by SilentiumPC, providing outstanding flexibility when it comes to the choice of components for high performance systems and offering outstanding cable management.

XIGMATEK Overtake is an Airy, See-through Monster of a Case

XIGMATEK today announced the Overtake, a massive full-tower case that has tempered glass on four sides, and a steel inner-chassis that can hold a large number of fans, supporting multiple independent liquid cooling loops. The star attraction with this case is its ventilation chops, which include four 120 mm (or three 140 mm, or two 200 mm) front intakes, three 120 mm or two 140 mm bottom intakes, two 140/120 mm top exhausts located along the case's vertical partition, and two 140/120 mm rear exhausts. This gives you the ability to mount four large radiators, a 280 mm x 140 mm along the rear panel, a massive 420 mm x 140 mm or 480 mm x 120 mm along the front panel, and a 280 mm x 140 mm along the partition, and a 360 mm x 120 mm or 280 mm x 140 mm radiator along the bottom.

The main compartment of the XIGMATEK Overtake has room for an E-ATX motherboard with 9 expansion slots besides 2 vertical slots that internally have room for triple-slot graphics cards. The main compartment offers room for graphics cards up to 38 cm in length, and CPU coolers up to 18 cm in height. Storage options include four drive bays behind the motherboard tray, all four support 2.5-inch drives, while two of these also support 3.5-inch ones. The right compartment also features the PSU bay, with room for PSUs up to 22 cm in length. Front panel connectivity includes two each of USB 3.x type-A, USB 2.0/1.1, and HDA jacks. The case measures 485 mm x 247 mm x 566 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.

EK Collaborates with In Win for the EK-Quantum 909EK Silver Limited Edition Case

EK, the leader in custom loop liquid cooling is proud to announce the launch of a limited edition product which is a result of a successful collaboration between EK and In Win, the renowned case manufacturer. It started as the "best build of CES" and now it is sold in a limited edition under the name EK-Quantum In Win 909EK - Silver Limited Edition.

The EK-Quantum In Win 909EK case is a unique and heavily modified version of the very popular high-end In Win 909 case. The case itself is wider than a regular In Win 909 case in order to be able to fit two thick 480 mm XE radiators with their fans. It features an integrated distribution plate which acts also as a motherboard tray, and it can support a dual D5 pump setup. This makes it really special as there is no similar case on the market. The EK-Quantum In Win 909EK is a limited edition case and it is limited to only 200 pieces.

InWin Shows Off New Signature Chassis, mini-ITX Chassis, and Cooling Solutions

At this year's CES InWin had a lot to show off. Starting with its signature case designed to impress even the best PC case modders in the world, InWin wanted to show us what they are capable of. Called the Diéy, this PC case is made out of many materials like aluminium, SECC steel, and plexiglass, in order to form a very unique looking case. Offering a robotic sphered structure that is covered with plexiglass cuts makes it look like a science-fiction creation, rather than a case. While offering unique looks, it is capable of housing an E-ATX motherboard, has support for graphics cards with up to 360 mm in length. There is also support for one 120 mm radiator at the back of the case and one 360 mm radiator at its top, so water cooling capabilities are not lacking here.

MetallicGear Mimics the "Cheese Grater" Facade of Mac Pro with its Neo Pro Mid-tower

Really like the "cheese grater" perforated front intakes of the latest Mac Pro, but want to stick to your PC hardware and Windows? MetallicGear has you covered with the Neo Pro. Available in two trims that look similar to "silver" and "space gray," the Neo Pro features a high air-flow front intake concealing two 140 mm fan-mounts that can hold a 280 mm x 140 mm radiator. Inside, you get a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout, with the motherboard tray supporting not just ATX, but also wider E-ATX motherboards. Unlike with the Mac Pro, though, the front panel is made of ABS. Front-panel ports are located at the top, and a tempered glass panel covers the left side. Available from some time in March 2020, the MetallicGear Neo Pro is priced at $60.

MetallicGear also showed us the Neo Matrix. This case is almost identical to the Neo Pro, but with two big differences: the most obvious one is the programmable 7 x 17 ARGB LED matrix across the front-panel; and two 120 mm exhausts along the top-panel, where you can mount a 240 mm radiator (the Neo Pro doesn't have this). Available from March 2020 alongside the Neo Pro, the Neo Matrix is priced at $100.

Cooler Master Rolls Out New Cases at CES 2020: MasterBox TD500 Takes Centerstage

Cooler Master rolled out a handful new cases at the 2020 International CES. This include a new high cost-value mid-tower called the MasterBox TD500, available in black and white trims. The case is characterized by a polygonal, asymmetric front panel that beats boring flat surfaces. A large mesh intake covers almost the entire front, from which the case breathes through three 120 mm intake fans. This spot can be used even for a 360 mm radiator. The 3-D design extends to even the precision-milled tempered glass side panel, which defies convention of being flat. Inside is a conventional horizontally-partitioned layout. Available from later this month, the MasterBox TD500 is priced at USD $89.

Next up is the massive MasterBox NR600P, a full-tower designed for workstations, HEDTs, and RGB heathens. The case supports SSI-EEB, E-ATX, and smaller form-factors. It's opaque on all sides, but there are enough vents for a basic positive pressure air-channel. Slated for May 2020, Cooler Master is pricing the case at an inviting $129. Lastly, there are the MasterBox MB311L and 320L ARGB, a pair of roomy micro-ATX gaming cases characterized by large front intakes that are dominated by a pair of RGB fans, and a horizontally-partitioned interior. The MB311L ARGB has a mesh intake, while the MasterBox MB320L ARGB has front intakes along the sides of the front panel, with a mirror-finish transparent panel along the front. Both these cases are slated for Q2-2020, priced at $40 a pop.

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.

EVGA Formally Launches the SR-3 DARK Motherboard for Xeon W-3175X

The DARK rises again. Not content to merely shatter records and competition in the consumer market, the EVGA SR-3 DARK merges two extreme performance lines of EVGA motherboards to bring balance to the force with exceptional performance and engineering. Featuring the Intel C622 chipset, hexa-channel memory support, 23 phase power design, 16-layer PCB, dual-10 GbE LAN ports, a waterblock to passively or actively cool the DARK's VRM, and so much more, this board is packed with everything and is still compact enough to fit in a full E-ATX form factor.

With the EVGA SR-3 DARK, you don't need to see its identification to know that the next evolution of the X299 and Z390 DARK motherboards features the latest improvements for performance and enthusiast needs.

In Win Unveils 925 Full Tower Case with Equal Intake-Exhaust Airflow

In Win unveiled the 925 full-tower chassis with a unique design that places three 120 mm exhaust fans at the case's rear to match the three 120 mm intake fans at the front. With it, the case achieves a balanced air pressure. A roughly 3.5-inch gap between the rear panel and the rear fan mounts ensures you can have these fans without blocking your expansion cards or the rear I/O. You unfasten four thumb-screws to detach the fan-mount and gain access to the rear I/O. When in place, your I/O cables are routed out through gaps along the sides or bottom of the mount. The left and right side panels are made of tinted tempered glass.

Inside, the In Win 925 features a conventional horizontally partitioned layout, with the upper compartment holding the motherboard tray that has room for an E-ATX (or smaller) motherboard, add-on cards up to 42 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 20 cm in height, and a vertical PCIe riser based mounting area. The bottom compartment has room for a PSU that's up to 20 cm in length. Storage options include two 3.5-inch caddies that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, two 3.5-inch mounts, and three 2.5-inch mounts. Ventilation includes three 120 mm or two 140 mm front intakes; three 120 mm rear exhausts, and three 120 mm top exhausts. Measuring 570 mm x 280 mm x 608 mm (HxWxD), the case dry-weighs 17.8 kg. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.1 type-C, two USB 3.1 type-A, and HDA jacks. Available from late-November, the In Win 925 is priced at 499€ (including VAT).

Antec Announces the P120 Crystal Case

Antec Inc., leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, show off the latest model of the renowned Performance Series, the P120 Crystal. The chassis is commercially available from US$99.99.The P120 Crystal is the latest addition to Antec's Performance Elegant Series. This award-winning chassis series is synonymous with performance, silence, and build quality. The new P120 Crystal measures 475 x 232 x 480 mm. This elegant case is expertly combined with 0.8 mm and 1 mm steel and tempered glass front and side panel which enable a sturdy and durable build.

The mid-tower model features large interior space for powerful installations and support E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. The isolated power supply chamber and drive cages are positioned on top of the chassis. The sleek tower offers space for two 2.5" or 3.5" HDDs and two 2.5" SDDs and seven horizontal and three vertical expansion slots. To keep its cool, the P120 Crystal offers space for three 120 mm or two 140 mm case fans at the bottom, one 120 or 140 mm fan in the rear as well as up to three 120 mm or two 140 mm case fans on the side of the chassis.

Kolink Launches the Ethereal and Refine Chassis

Renowned for their innovative and high-performance cases, Kolink has now brought the new Ethereal & Refine to the market, representing a feature-rich gaming case that offers an abundance of space beneath its stylish exterior for all the powerful gaming hardware you could want. The tempered glass side door will allow users to enjoy an unobstructed view of their high-end gaming setup complete with compatibility for E-ATX motherboards.

Given the use of tempered glass, aesthetics are important, and a PSU shroud cleverly conceals unsightly cables. The front of the case that consists of brushed aluminium underlines the chic appearance that is also accentuated by the addition of a digitally addressable RGB-LED strip. The lighting can be controlled via a switch on the I/O panel. Alternatively, the strip can also be connected directly to a motherboard and controlled by RGB software. A fine mesh with integrated dust filter on the top ensures proper ventilation. A pre-installed 120 mm fan at the rear provides adequate ventilation. The Kolink Ethereal and Refine chassis are now available from £62.99.
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