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HIPER to release the OSIRIS Mid-tower

Showcasing at CeBIT

Steve Dougherty | Feb 27, 2008 at 06:11 pm CST (1 min, 4 secs reading time)

HIPER's entrance into the enthusiast PC chassis' market with their "Anubis" put them under a good light with its well built sturdy design and a good range of features. Come six months later and they are ready to present their next model, the OSIRIS.

Named after the ancient Egyptian god of the overworld, this case comes up with many of the award-winning features of Anubis and with a total of 20 refinements.

Osiris defines a design level of its own, not only regarding the unique look and feel. The whole case is constructed for toolless assembly with an innovative airflow concept as the ultimate cooling solution: The PSU is located at the bottom with a direct fresh air intake, so the heat of the PSU is isolated from the case completely.

On the top and on the back there are 120mm fans with 3pin plugs for connecting with the motherboard. And, just like Anubis, the modular HDD rack has the third 120mm fan on the front. Moreover three PCI air ventilation plates are also included in the package; this provides better exhaust capability for systems equipped with SLI or Crossfire. Of course Osiris supports XL ATX PSUs and all graphic cards currently available.

Click here to read the full press release on the new OSIRIS mid-tower chassis.

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