CyberPowerPC shows oddly-shaped Fang Trinity PC

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 06 2015 @ 20:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThinkComputers received a demonstration of CyberPowerPC's upcoming Fang Trinity, a new desktop PC co-designed with Deepcool. The Fan Trinity has a unique design that consists of three compartments, the site says the case looked pretty high-end, each of the compartments is made of steel and has a very thick metal cover.

The top compartment houses the graphics card and storage, the motherboard takes up another compartment and the final compartment is shared by the PSU and more storage. Pricing and availability is unknown.
The top part of the case houses your graphics card, CyberPowerPC had an EVGA GTX 980 installed, but it will fit any dual-slot graphics card. On the opposite side of the graphics card are three 2.5-inch hard drive mounts for solid state drives.

Moving on to the next compartment it will house your motherboard. This unique case supports mini-ITX motherboards. Also this compartment has room for an all-in-one liquid cooling system for the CPU. 120 mm and 140 mm units are supported. Pretty cool to have liquid cooling on such a unique case.

Finally the last compartment will house your power supply and more storage. You will have room for full-size ATX power supplies, a slim optical drive and two more hard drives (2.5-inch or 3.5-inch.

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