be quiet! now offers PC cases too

be quiet! now offers PC cases too

The well-known German maker of CPU coolers, fans and power supply units be quiet! has presented its first PC chassis. The new company product comes as a mid-tower case that is available in two colors – only black and black and orange. A nice peculiarity is that the new chassis is true to the company name – it comes with special optimizations that keep noise to a minimum and just a few cooler openings.

The new be quiet! chassis fully supports ATX, microATX and mini-ITX motherboards and offers support for six 2.5-inch/3.5-inch solid-state drives or hard drives, three 5.25-inch optical drives, standard-sized power supply units as well as a few fans. There’s also support for liquid-based cooling systems. Up front users will find two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports and 3.5-mm jacks for headphones or microphones.

The nameless be quiet! chassis will sell for EUR 120 when it becomes available in October of this year.

Source: be quiet!

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