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FSP shocks at CES 2020 with an extreme dual system chassis, the CMT710

Shannon Robb | Fri, Jan 10 2020 6:57 PM CST

CES 2020 - FSP has always been a brand we know for PSU's and also some cases scattered about on the market. While admittedly their cases have still held their own, they have never really been the ones to push the envelope until now.

FSP shocks at CES 2020 with an extreme dual system chassis, the CMT710 01 | TweakTown.com

The CMT710 is an insane semi open-frame design similar to what we have seen with the Cougar Conquer, Antec Torque, and, most recently, the Thermaltake AH T600 TG. But the CMT710 is so much more on top of this. The CMT710 is a double-wide chassis to allow two full liquid-cooled systems back to back.

Continue reading: FSP shocks at CES 2020 with an extreme dual system chassis, the CMT710 (full post)

InWin releases the B1, a stylish and ultra compact mITX chassis

Shannon Robb | Thu, Jan 9 2020 2:21 AM CST

CES 2020 - Inwin was not all custom signature series cases and RGB, they slid in a stylish and quite attractive mITX entry into their showing at CES 2020.

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Meet the B1, a small and chic mITX entry made for APU usage for office PC's, HTPC, or general computing. The B1 is meant to fit in as a suitable mITX enclosure while also fitting in as a piece that can be a conversation starter or not look out of place in a stylish setting. The tempered glass is quite dark, so if you opt for non-RGB components, you would be hard-pressed to know there's a PC inside.

The B1 has an integrated 200W InWin PSU, which is likely Flex ATX form looking at the chassis form factor. The chassis does not have any expansion slots and therefore, will be relegated to APU/iGPU usage. The only I/O on the front is a single USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A port and a combo 3.5mm jack, while that may seem minimal, it helps with the minimalistic design of the B1. The clean lines around the chassis are relatively unbroken except the tiny I/O.

Continue reading: InWin releases the B1, a stylish and ultra compact mITX chassis (full post)

Lancool II from Lian Li gets the mesh treatment at CES 2020

Shannon Robb | Tue, Jan 7 2020 9:53 PM CST

CES 2020 - Lian Li has been on a roll optimizing chassis as you may have seen in our coverage of the Lian Li PCO11D Mini.

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Lian Li has optimized one of their other recent popular entries, the Lancool II. This time they are introducing the Lancool II mesh which, as you can see, has a mesh front end and lower side doors for further enhanced airflow.

At a glance, the Lancool II mesh does not look too different from the standard Lancool II. Still, once you start looking at the ordinarily solid vented panels, you see that Lian Li wanted to enhance significantly the Lancool II's ability to breathe.

Continue reading: Lancool II from Lian Li gets the mesh treatment at CES 2020 (full post)

View 51 from Thermaltake looks like a potential PC011D XL competitor

Shannon Robb | Tue, Jan 7 2020 9:39 PM CST

CES 2020 - Thermaltake released another chassis at CES 2020, and this one is rather extreme and mirrors a prevalent one on the market.

View 51 from Thermaltake looks like a potential PC011D XL competitor 05 | TweakTown.com

Welcome, View 51, and it's large open chamber design, which allows for massive liquid cooling capacity.

View 51 is claimed to support up to four 360mm radiators, in which the thickness is not defined. However, we are very interested to see if it can fit all of that hardware concurrently.

Continue reading: View 51 from Thermaltake looks like a potential PC011D XL competitor (full post)

InWin has done it again! Meet the 10th generation signature 'Diey'

Shannon Robb | Tue, Jan 7 2020 9:24 PM CST
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CES 2020 - InWin has had a trend of sorts, releasing awe-inspiring and many times downright strange chassis for their "signature edition" series.

InWin has done it again! Meet the 10th generation signature 'Diey' 01 | TweakTown.com

CES 2020 is no different from the introduction of the Diey, which translates to "butterfly," and to say this chassis is extremely unique still feels like a massive understatement.

Continue reading: InWin has done it again! Meet the 10th generation signature 'Diey' (full post)

InWin extends its lineup with the new SR series AIO coolers

Shannon Robb | Tue, Jan 7 2020 8:54 PM CST

CES 2020 - InWin may not be new to PC hardware, they are jumping into cooling with the introduction of the new SR series AIOs.

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The SR series AIOs come in both 240mm and 360mm options to fit most enthusiasts chassis.

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The pump head unit is a unique design that InWin claims have dual impellers internally to help fluid evacuate heat more quickly, allowing for better overall thermal deltas. The pump head has a pulsating white LED, which will change to red if there is a pump problem or over-temperature concern.

Continue reading: InWin extends its lineup with the new SR series AIO coolers (full post)

Lian Li unveils the PC011D Mini, shrinking the award winning PCO11D

Shannon Robb | Mon, Jan 6 2020 9:52 PM CST

CES 2020 - Liajn li and their PCO11 Dynamic has been an enthusiast staple for a couple of years now. The PCO11 Dynamic dare I say has become a benchmark for other manufacturers as far as what users want in a current liquid cooling chassis.

Lian Li unveils the PC011D Mini, shrinking the award winning PCO11D 01 | TweakTown.com

Here we see the PCO11 Dynamic Mini with the backplane for ITX and mATX in place, and this allows for maximum watercooling fitment when using an ITX board - fitting up to 3x 280mm based radiators. Moving to an mATX board and the fitment adjusts to a 280mm and a 240mm or dual 240mm radiators.

Moving to an ATX board and we see the rear now hosts 7x PCIe expansion slots, and now there is far less room in the roof. The fitment for liquid cooling also decreases slightly to fitting only two 240mm radiators as the larger motherboard and components now take up the previously available space.

Continue reading: Lian Li unveils the PC011D Mini, shrinking the award winning PCO11D (full post)

Thermaltake goes to the styling extremes with the AH T600 TG chassis

Shannon Robb | Mon, Jan 6 2020 9:36 PM CST

CES 2020 - Thermaltake has once again proven that they will not stick to a single lane in chassis design. Releasing several new Chassis at CES 2020, and there was one that caught our eye.

Thermaltake goes to the styling extremes with the AH T600 TG chassis 01 | TweakTown.com

This is the Thermaltake AH T600 TG, and for those who are familiar with the case market, it looks like some recent releases from competitors have inspired Thermaltake. Who knows they may even be from the same OEM with customizations for each manufacturer.

The AH T600 TG is a semi open-frame design with motherboard fitment form ITX to ATX. The chassis is flanked by several tempered glass panels, all at 5mm thickness and tinted. You can fit up to two 3.5" drives and three 2.5" drives, and the AH T600 TG does not come with any preinstalled fans.

Continue reading: Thermaltake goes to the styling extremes with the AH T600 TG chassis (full post)

Antec reveals slick new Performance P120 Crystal mid-tower case

Anthony Garreffa | Tue, Nov 12 2019 9:23 AM CST

Antec has just unveiled its latest P120 Crystal chassis, a new member of their Performance family of cases that continues the minimalist design of the Performance Series, but takes things -- in Antec's words "to the next level". Check out their video on the P120 Crystal:

The one thing that has me here is that Antec is saying goodbye to thumbscrews, with the P120 Crystal using an interesting slide button design on the tempered glass side panel. You can quickly get inside of your new Antec P120 Crystal PC this way, without having to undo a couple of thumbscrews.

Another nice tweak is that the PSU is installed through the rear of the P120 Crystal, while there's plenty of room for upgrades and different ways you can have your PC on display. Antec's new P120 Crystal comes with 7 x horizontal expansion slots, and 3 x vertical expansion slots.

Continue reading: Antec reveals slick new Performance P120 Crystal mid-tower case (full post)

InWin actually releases the new Alice chassis, is this the future?

Shannon Robb | Mon, Oct 14 2019 4:48 PM CDT

InWin has always been known to push the limits of what is a PC case. At Computex, they showed an admittedly strange concept in 'Alice,' and today you can buy it.

InWin actually releases the new Alice chassis, is this the future? 01 | TweakTown.com

A plastic frame, reminiscent of a laundry hamper, or a small DIY storage shelf is what I see when I first laid eyes on the Alice concept. Looking closer, you can see metal plates affixed to the plastic frame of the Alice chassis.

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Inwin offers what could be considered an infinitely customizable chassis as it can be used as an open frame test bench. With some fabric, Alice can be made to look like pretty much anything you can think of. If you or someone you know is good at sewing, I imagine you could make your own outer fabric. Ensuring this is a chassis that can genuinely be made your own without the need for paint or modding skills.

Continue reading: InWin actually releases the new Alice chassis, is this the future? (full post)

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