Bit Tech reports In Win has introduced the X-Figher case. This model was inspired by Star Wars spacecrafts, but to be honest the front of the case looks more like one of those old Cylon toasters from Battlestar Galactica if you ask me.
Inspired by some of the greatest vessels ever to grace the big screen, the X-Fighter is fashioned after spacecrafts from the Star Wars films. Four triangular shaped feet are placed beneath the chassis giving it a futuristic look. Hard steel, silver and aluminum geometric lines, and a spaceship aesthetic make the X-Fighter a unique chassis for the gaming enthusiast.
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Two 12cm ceramic fans at the front and rear of the chassis help provide an excellent flow of air throughout the interior of the chassis. Add to that a VGA Turbo Cooling System with dual 8cm ceramic fans that supply airflow giving users maximum space and function usability. The fans can be removed effortlessly to be cleaned allowing for easy chassis maintenance. The X-Fighter is also designed to support water-cooling should the user require it.
A telescopic duct extends outwards and moves side to side cooling drives and extra components installed up top. The large side panel vent adjusts to meet specific user thermal needs. Mesh lined vents on the interior of the X-Fighter collect dust and debris that might otherwise clog parts on the inside of the chassis.
The X-Fighter is equipped with a rubberized railing system that, when attached to your components, provide a shock and vibration free experience for your ODD and HDD drives. Helping prolong the life of installed components and saving money in the long run.
Fitted with seven PCI/AGP slots, the X-Fighter is the expansionists dream. The entire interior of the chassis has a tool-free design meaning users will never have to fumble with a screwdriver again. All that’s needed is a simple snap in and out while installing components.
The X-Fighter packs a punch with dual eSATA ports, providing users with the latest in external storage capabilities.