Spire intros the new PowerCube 710 mATX chassis

Spire intros the new PowerCube 710 mATX chassis

When you think of a powerful gaming computer in most cases you imagine a cool looking, large case that provides excellent cooling while housing your fast and precious hardware. Yet it is possible to have a mighty computer housed in a smaller chassis with no problems at all. The latest Spire PowerCube 710 mATX chassis is the latest proof of this.

The new Spire PC case is packed with features and the first and most obvious one is its size – the case easily saves space around your desk and with time you will find this feature to be rather useful. Then despite the requirement of having a micro-ATX motherboard installed, the new PowerCube 710 mATX fully supports any full size ATX power supply so your fast graphics card will get all the juice it needs. The case is made of high quality SPCC metal, which provides weight and sturdiness and then it has all the expansion ports that you might need like front integrated HD-Audio ports and two USB 3.0 ports for maximum connectivity and flexibility. Finally despite its smaller size the PowerCube 710 mATX is capable of housing all the hardware that a microATX motherboard might take.

The new Spire case is available now for EUR 44.95/USD 59.95. The PowerCube 710 mATX comes with a 2-year warranty.

Source: Spire

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