Colorful Raynor Tower case unveiled

Posted on Monday, Oct 18 2010 @ 17:17 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Graphics card maker Colorful introduced the Raynor Tower mid-tower case. The case is made from SECC steel, it weighs 8kg and measures 190mm x 490mm x 510mm. There's support for very long graphics cards and for $60 you seem to be getting quite a lot, with one of the few obvious disadvantages being the fact that only one fan is included.
Internally, the case is completely black, including the tool-free drive retention knobs and the perforated expansion slot covers. There's an opening behind the CPU socket area to help you handle coolers with back-plates better, and all the holes you'll need for cable-management. Ventilation includes one 120 mm fan pre-fitted on the front-intake, there's room for one 120 mm rear fan, two 140 mm fans on the top, and two 140 mm fans on the side panel. The controls and front-panel are located on the top.

Source: TPU

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