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Details on Auzentech's new X-7 X-Station case

LCD's a nice touch

| Posted: Feb 5, 2009 4:37 am

Auzentech are mostly reknowned for their lineup of sound cards such as the X-Fi Prelude and Forte 7.1, but they also have presence in the PC case market and have just introduced their sixth case to market, the X-7 X-Station.

 

Details on Auzentech's new X-7 X-Station case

 

This is a steel midi-tower which includes both front and rear 120mm fans and an 80mm side-panel fan for its cooling setup. A small front panel LCD display reports fan speed, HDD and internal temperatures.

 

Details on Auzentech's new X-7 X-Station case

 

Other features include two power switches located at the top and further down on the front bezel to suit both desktop and floor placement, four USB 2.0 ports and audio out/mic ports as well as a sliding optical drive cover.

 

Details on Auzentech's new X-7 X-Station case

 

Expansion wise, the case has four 5.25" drive bays, one external 3.5" bay and five internal 3.5" bays for HDDs. Dimensions of the case come in at 495 X 205 X 440mm and it weighs 7.2Kgs.

 

For further information and images of the X-7, check out this page on Auzentech's website.

 


Your dream PC for Gaming needs powerful cooling capacity, ease of use, and a stunning appearance. Enter the X-7 X-Station Middle Tower ATX Case , with three (3) cooling fans, broad front air vents, two (2) fan speeds under user control, and Front Panel LCD display of fan speed, thermometer, and Hard Disk Drive (HDD) condition. For ease-of-use, X-7 X-Station includes Front Panel I/O ports including two (2) audio jacks and four (4) USB ports. For complete flexibility, the X-7 X-Station includes two power switches to allow for desk or floor placement.

 

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