The case premiered a few years ago, but I think it is worth getting acquainted with it, if only because of its nice appearance and fairly affordable price.
The case is made of 0.8 mm thick SECC steel and plastic. It is finished in silver and black. On the front we have a headphone output, a microphone input and four USB ports, including two in 2.0 and two 3.0. In addition, there is a volume control button and an optical drive end cap with a button.
The case has dimensions of 440 x 160 x 351 mm and will fit boards in miniITX, microATX and ATX standards. Inside, you can install a standard ATX power supply and graphics cards up to 315 mm long. Inside, there is one 5.25 “bay and three 3.5″ bays. The whole housing has been further strengthened on the sides and in the middle and allows you to set up other audio-video equipment. The casing has an LCD display installed, however, the user manual shows that it is not configurable and displays temperatures and fan speeds.
The housing costs around 100$ and is already quite difficult to access. Technical specifications below:
1x 2.5″ (instead of 1x 3.5”)
3x 120 mm side
2x 80 mm bottom
1x 120 mm side
2x USB 3.0
2x USB 2.0
1x headphone out
1x mic in
Maximum graphics card length: 315 mm
Maximum cooling height per processor: 135 mm
Front panel with mirror finish
Built-in LCD display: Yes