NZXT releases the Manta PC chassis

NZXT releases the Manta PC chassis

NZXT has announced the successful release of a new PC case, known as Manta. The new case sports micro-ITX dimensions and comes with the CA-MANTW-M1 code name.

The new Manta case by NZXT is completely colored in black and sports nicely curved side panels as well as an acrylic window. The case measures 245 x 426 x 450 mm and weighs 7.2 kilograms. The size of the Manta allows the chassis to house expansion cards that are as long as 363 mm, CPU coolers that are as high at 160 mm and PSUs that are as long as 363 mm. Furthermore the case has enough space for two 3.5-inch hard drives as well as two 2.5-inch SSDs/HDDs.

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The Manta gets cooled by two 120 mm cooling fans up front and a single 120 mm cooling fan in the back. The front fans can be exchanged for one single 140 mm cooling fan if this is your wish. The top panel also has support for 120 mm or 140 mm cooling fans. Up front the Manta offers two USB 3.0 ports as well as audio jacks.

The price of the new Manta by NZXT is unknown.

Source: NZXT

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