Cooler Master unveils Centurion 6 mid tower case

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The Centurion line of Cooler Master’s well-known PC cases has expanded thanks to a new member – the Centurion 6 mid tower case.

Like most other Cooler Master Centurion cases the Centurion 6 comes with stylish aluminum stripes and power/reset buttons for elegant looks on the outside. The case is very versatile too – it features support for USB 3.0 and users can install even the largest graphics cards out there including a liquid cooling radiator on top (240 mm) or rear (120 mm) for the best performance possible. Furthermore the chassis supports up to nine cooling fans including one pre-installed 140 mm fan behind the metal mesh front panel and two optional 120 mm fans that are situated on the side panels and cool the graphics card.

Cooler Master has thought of the peripherals too – the case can accept up to ten SSDs or hard drives with the hard drive cage installed – and the case offers seven HDD and four SSD bays for further upgrades.

The Cooler Master Centurion 6 will become available this month in all black or in silver and black. Pricing is unknown as of now.


Source: Cooler Master

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