Streacom reveals its first gaming PC case

Posted on Friday, Jun 06 2014 @ 10:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Streacom shows off the F12C at Computex, the company's introducton to the gaming PC market. This new chassis is intended for living room use, the intended use seems to be a HTPC that doubles as a gaming rig.

Design-wise the case is basically a tower case flipped on its side, it has a milky white color and features rounded corners. The interior fits a standard ATX motherboard, a standard ATX PSU, and a decent-size CPU cooler.
Over the upper half of the motherboard tray are detachable radiator rails, so you can bolt on a 240 x 120 mm radiator. Additional 240 x 120 mm radiators can also be mounted along the case's left-side pair of 120 mm vents, but that would eat into one or more expansion slots. Storage area includes four 3.5-inch, and two 2.5-inch bays. Its cooling system includes two 120 mm vents on each side (one of which on the right side acts as the PSU vent); and two top exhausts (over the radiator rail). There are also passive vents over the rear I/O.
Streacom F12C

Streacom F12C

Source: TechPowerUp


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