FSP gets all fancy with the CMT340 RGB LED case

Posted on Tuesday, Jan 29 2019 @ 10:37 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
FSP is best known for its power supplies but the firm also offers computer cases. The latest model from FSP is the CMT340 RGB tempered glass PC gaming tower. Equipped with two "Galaxy Dark" tempered glass side panels, this model sports four 120mm addressable RGB LED fans and has room for a watercooling radiator of up to 360mm. It ships today for $99.99.
FSP, a leading manufacturer of power supplies and PC equipment, is pleased to announce the availability of the CMT340 RGB PC Gaming case, the world’s smallest mid-tower chassis that can fit a 360 mm radiator. With four amazing looking and addressable RGB fans and two “galaxy dark” tempered glass panels, the CMT340 is a beautiful proposition for gamers on a budget. The CMT340 is a compact version of the award-winning CMT510 ATX mid-tower but with several improvements. It features a gorgeous black coated, sturdy SPCC steel frame, which holds the same distinctive features and flexibility as the one in the CMT510. It supports a wide variety of radiators, ranging from 120/140/240/360, for liquid cooling, or air cooling fans. The CMT340’s four RGB fans are fully addressable and compatible with Asus Aura Sync, and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

The CMT340 is engineered for gamers, its design is sleek, with flush transparent glass panels and straight edges to fit on the desk of every self-respecting gamer. Besides its broad support for cooling options, it features three separate dust filters to keep the system squeaky clean. It supports Mini-ITX, MicroATX and regular ATX size motherboards (7 PCI slots)

RGB for everyone
With the CMT340, FSP continues its dedication of offering affordable PC gaming cases that meet the needs of even the most dedicated professional gamer. The CMT340 is compatible with all motherboard brands’ addressable RGB technology, to ensure that all 4 120mm RGB fans stand out even more. But the CMT340 is also capable of operating all 4 fans independently, plus, it features a range of addressable RGB effects, such as: Static, Blending, Carnival, Gradient, and Rainbow Fusion and many more. Switching between all these different modes and motherboard syncing is as simple as pushing the RGB button on top of the CMT340. All RGB effects are perfectly visible through the “Galaxy Dark” tempered glass panels, located at the front and the side of the CMT340. Airflow is provided by dust-filtered ventilation holes at the top and bottom of the case, as well as a gap between the front-panel and the chassis.

Offset top for radiators
The CMT340 is designed for gaming enthusiasts and allows a wide variety of cooling options. It fits a 360 mm radiator or three 120 mm fans at the front of the chassis, while a 240mm radiator, or two 120/140 mm fans, can be mounted at the top. It also fits CPU tower coolers as high as 160 mm and massive graphics cards up to 350 mm in length. Together with a PSU shroud, which has a cut-out, to display your power supply, the CMT340 becomes a compact case with spacious internal design that fits the needs of todays’ most demanding gamers.

Gaming ready chassis
The entire frame of the CMT340 is made of SPCC steel which is completely covered in a dark black matte coating which gives it a luxurious high-end look. Together with the addressable RGB lighting from the integrated fans, this creates a stunning looking case from the moment the system is first powered. The I/O panel is conveniently placed at the top-front of the CMT340 to provide easy access to its two USB 3.0 ports, Headphone and Microphone jacks, power and reset button and RGB mode switch button. The CMT340 allows for flexible spacing plus, with an integrated mounting system, cable management won’t be a problem, allowing for a complete build an sleek design. Fitting Mini-ITX, MicroATX, and regular ATX size motherboards, on-board storage can be complimented with two 2.5” and two 3.5” drives.
CMT340 RGB tempered glass PC gaming tower

CMT340 RGB tempered glass PC gaming tower

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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