Last time in stock: Saturday, September 19, 2020
High density noise-reducing material for an optimal silent case
Patented ModuVent™ design allowing the user to choose between optimal silence or maximum airflow.
With a new internal layout and additional PCI expansion slots, it can harbor the most powerful enthusiast systems.
Both HDD cages can be removed or repositioned - Top HDD cage can be removed or repositioned for increased airflow whereas bottom HDD cage can be repositioned further into the case to allow for front radiator mount.
The case can fit water cooling equipment in the front, top, rear and bottom without major modifications.
Three-speed fan controller is strategically integrated in the front panel and supports up to 3 fans
Three Silent Series R2 fans are included, featuring hydraulic bearings which contribute to a longer life expectancy – Silent Series R2 retail fans now come standard in all cases
New tool-less front fan holder makes switching front fans a breeze
* First availability for purchase, it may not correspond to the actual market launch date.
|Type||ATX Full Tower|
|Includes Power Supply|
|External 5.25" Drive Bays||4|
|External 3.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 2.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 3.5" Drive Bays||8|
|Motherboard Compatibility||ATX, EATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX, Thin Mini ITX, XL ATX|
|Front Panel USB Ports|
|Dimensions||232mm x 559mm x 560mm|
|Max GPU Length Allowance||330.00mm|
|Max GPU Length Allowance (w/o HDD cage)||480.00mm|
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