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Aresze Unveils New Chassis PureFlow Healthy 7629

Aresze has recently unveiled a unique chassis codenamed PureFlow Healthy 7629. It is primarily characterized by the implementation of up-dated PureFlow technology on fine air. Chassis PureFlow Healthy 7629 is developed in mid-tower form factor and allows for the installation of multi-slot graphics adapters of up to 300 mm in length. PureFlow system is located under a removable frontal lid and presupposes the inclusion of a dedicated switch for the modification of filtering mode.

Internal layout of PureFlow Healthy 7629 is developed with a note of rationality. PSU is localized on the bottom part of the casing, while all cables are managed on the rear part of the motherboard. This speaks of the rational space distribution to provide for a more rational cooling effect. This model is furnished with a single external 5.25-inch bay and a couple of internal bays for 2.5/3.5-inch drives. The upper panel contains a standard set of interface facilities: Power and Reset buttons, filtering system deactivation button, one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 ports, and audio slots.

The implemented cooling system is known to have multi-layer filters in the frontal part of the chassis. PureFlow technology stipulates the employment of antistatic materials, filters based on absorbent carbon, and removable joint filtering system. Such combination is able to ensure total protection not only from dust, but also from smaller entities and even bad smelling (i.e. tobacco smell). Upon the whole, the cooling system consists of a nominal fan of 140 mm dimensions. However, it's possible to install an additional 120 mm fan on the rear part of the casing.

One more peculiarity pertained to PureFlow Healthy 7629 series is that the company houses its chassis in casings of different colors. Therefore, all customers will get an opportunity to choose an item appropriate to their PC environment.
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  • 22 October 2012, 18:31
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