Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 14, 2011 - 03:16 PM | Tim Verry
Tagged: full tower, atx, spire
Spire, The Netherlands-based supplier of enclosures, cooling solutions, and power supplies announced the availability of a new PC case aimed at gamers and overclockers. Dubbed the Epoxi rev. 2, the ATX full tower enclosure is constructed from .8mm SECC steel and aluminum front panels. Accommodating ATX motherboards, up to five 5.25” and six 3.5” tool-less drive bays, and six 120mm fans, Spire claims that the case is perfect for use with high wattage devices and water cooling components through the use of two rubber grommets providing exterior access. Thumb screw secured panels, anti-vibration mountings, front port eSATA, and a sleek design are all nice touches. Further, the case features rotating feet and a bottom mounted PSU design.
On the inside, the case features the same dark design as the exterior in addition to a CPU back plate cut-out and wire routing holes that provide access to the area between the motherboard tray and side panel to hide PSU and other cables. From the image above, it is apparent that this case has no shortage of available drive bays! Weighing in at 13.5kg, it wont be easily toted around to LAN parties; however, it will gladly house all your components at home and keep them nice and cool- perhaps even when bitcoin mining ;).
Spire lists the new case as having an MSRP of 139.95 USD (108.95 EURO) and is now available from their European distribution center in The Netherlands. More photos of the case are available here.
Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 22, 2011 - 03:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: red, full tower
If you want a case that will stand out no matter where you stick it, the Sentey GS-6400R Arvina Extreme Division Computer Case is going to please you. A screaming bright red exterior, with several LED fans as well and a reflective black interior mark this case as very unique. Inside you will find strategically placed fans to keep air moving around your GPU and nicely implemented tool-less installation show that this case is not just about looks. Put on some sunglasses and head over to ProClockers to see this thing!
"Sentey is a manufacturer who happens to offer a range of cases aimed at doing just that, winning your choice through design and features. If that name isn't familiar to you however, don't feel bad as they were an unknown to us as well. While they've been in the case scene for awhile now, it was mostly outside North America and less focused on the type of computing enthusiast that me and you are. As of more recently is it that Sentey has decided to expand their horizons, and seem to have made a decent impression in the short time. We have a couple models to show you from them, but today's focus is on their GS-6400R Arvina model, which comes from their Extreme Division line of cases. It offers a bold look, plenty of features and is hoping to win you over by offering them all in one case. So lets find out what it comes packing and if it managed to win us over!"
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- CM Storm Enforcer Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Zalman Z9 Plus Mid-Tower Chassis Review @ Techgage
- In Win Buc Review @ OCC
- Xigmatek Elysium Super Tower Chassis @ Modders-Inc
- Cubitek Mini Tank @ XSReviews
- Cubitek Mini-Tank Case @ TechwareLabs
- Thermaltake Level 10 GT Full Tower Gaming Chassis @ TweakTown
- Xigmatek Elysium Super Tower @ TweakTown
- Coolermaster CM 690 II Advanced Review @ Madshrimps
- IN WIN - Dragon Rider Full Tower @ TechwareLabs
- Thermaltake Level 10 GT Review @ Neoseeker
- InWin Dragon Rider ATX Computer Case @ Modders-Inc
- Thermaltake V9 BlacX Mid-Tower Case @ Bjorn3D
- Evercool Transformer 4 Heatsink @ Overclockers.com
- Noctua NH-C14 CPU Cooler @ iXBT Labs
- Xigmatek Elysium Video Review @ OC3D
- Noctua NH-D14 CPU "Monster" Cooler Review @ Madshrimps
- Noctua NH-C14 @ techPowerUp
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