Chassis Gigabyte Luxo X10 Review

Gigabyte developers aren't beat up by a variety of product lines and the necessity to compete with multiple rivals. Their hard work results in a large number of hardware items enjoyed by millions of customers throughout the world. Moreover, Gigabyte has assured to provide high-quality products at an appropriate price. PC chassis Luxo X10 is a bright example of a correlation scheme 'accessible luxury', which is displayed in the implementation of up-dated technologies and absolutely optimal price.



Specifications


Gigabyte Luxo X10 is characterized by the following specifications:

— employed form-factor: ATX (mid-tower), 180x430x480 dimensions;

— supported motherboards: micro-ATX, ATX;

— compatibility: PSUs up to 295 mm, graphics cards up to 295 mm in length, CPU coolers up to 160 mm in height;

— external ports: two 3.5 mm slots, a single USB 2.0 and a single USB 3.0;

— drive bays and slots: 7 expansion slots, 4 external bays for 5.25-inch drives, 4 …

The Streacom F12C Optical PC Case Encloses Up to 24 Storing Devices and an Optical Drive

The F12C Optical Chassis joined the Streacom F12C Series. This sandblasted anodized product is manufactured out of 4 mm aluminium in two colour versions – black and silver. Possessing the 440 x 320 x 184 mm dimensions, the framework weighs 4.4 kg.



F12C Optical allows to fit in an ATX, mini-ITX or mATX motherboard and up to seven 310 mm expansion cards. Simultaneously, the ATX board can be accompanied by five 3.5-inch and two 2.5-inch drives, and the mini-ITX card – by twelve 3.5-inch or twenty-four 2.5-inch drives. The specialty offers enough room for a 135 mm CPU cooler, an ATX power supply unit of any length, as well as for 80, 92, 120 and 140 mm fans.


The key specification is an opportunity to mount a 12.7 mm slot load optical drive. The front interface panel features a pair of USB 3.0 ports and an infrared sensor window, however, the supply kit doesn’t contain an IR detector.


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Core G21 Tempered Glass Edition Is a New Chassis by Thermaltake, Aimed at Showy Gaming Systems

Thermaltake is launching Core G21 Tempered Glass Edition, aimed at building glamorous gaming systems.



The novelty is performed in the Mid Tower format. Side panels are made out of 4 mm tempered glass, which gives a perfect view of inner components.


Core G21 Tempered Glass Edition is ready to hold ATX, Mini ITX and Micro ATX motherboards. Up to seven expansion cards can be utilized. There is also enough space for 2.5’’ storage devices, as well as for two 3.5’’ or 2.5’’ drives. The case encloses up to 410 mm graphics accelerators. A CPU cooler can be 160 mm high, and a power supply can be 220 mm long.


Customers can install fans in the front (3 × 120 mm or 2 × 140 mm), rear (1 × 120 mm, pre-installed), upper (1 × 120 mm or 1 × 140 mm) and lower (1 × 120 mm) areas. Liquid cooling systems can be used with a 360/280 mm heatsink (in front) or 120 mm radiator (in the back).


The Thermaltake specialty with 476 × 208 × 471 mm dimensions weighs 8.05 kg. …
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