- Light, compact and transparent
- Entirely modular
- Rapid fastening system for motherboard, VGA and PCI
- Support for radiator with up to three fans
- Universal docking for pumps and trays
- Rapid POWER and RESET push buttons
So far, this case sounds like it’s pretty well-suited for the frequent hardware swapper. Personally, I have to wonder why they chose to go for acrylic on a case that is going to be so frequently manhandled. Dust, fingerprints, possible coolant leaks; these are all enemies of an acrylic case. Still, that’s no more true with this case than it is with any acrylic.
Here are the specifications, exactly as provided by Microcool.
|Dimensions||400(L) x 350(W) x 362(H) mm|
|Materials||Methacrylate shelves (8mm)
Aluminium racks (1.2mm)
Chrome steel bolts and screws
|Colours||Clear, black and chrome|
|Motherboard Compatibility||ATX and Micro ATX|
|Expansions slots||7 slots|
|5.25″ bays||3 with removable rack|
|3.5″ bays||4 with removable rack|
|PSU bay||Standard ATX PS2 with removable rack|
|Water Cooling bay||Designed for radiators with up to 3 fans, pump and tray
|Cooling system||Fan door hanger (2x92mm)|
Before we dive into the nitty-gritty, let’s take a look at the exterior:
Clearly the delivery guys played a little package football with this one, but that’s why cases come in thick foam padding. While the packaging is certainly stylish, the large photo on front doesn’t give a very clear idea of what the product looks like. The small photo on the side gives us a better clue, as it shows a 3/4 angle shot with an installed system.