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EVGA launches new Hadron mini-ITX chassis, supports large hardware

EVGA debuts new Mini-ITX chassis aimed at the serious gaming enthusiast who want a small form factor but need room for serious hardware

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Sep 9, 2013 11:29 pm

Earlier today, EVGA announced the launch of its newest mini-ITX chassis, the Hadron Air. Measuring in at a mere 12 inches tall by 6 inches wide, the Hadron Air is one of the smallest enthusiast grade mini-ITX chassis that I have ever seen.

 

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EVGA says that although the Hadron Air chassis encompasses a small footprint, it packs a serious punch by providing enough room for two 3.5-inch HDDs or 2.5-inch SSDs and supporting graphics cards up to 267mm in length. An integrated Gold-Rated 500W PSU features 40A on the 12V rail, giving it enough power to handle whatever you can throw at it.

 

 

Additionally, EVGA has released a second configuration of the Hadron chassis that is designed to support liquid cooling. The Hadron Hydro is just a little bit taller than the Hadron Air to allow room for a liquid cooling radiator and supporting hardware. No information on pricing or availability was given at the time of release.

 

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