X2 debuts the Rindja 8020 PC case

X2 debuts the Rindja 8020 PC case

The company X2, which makes computer cases, has announced the new Rindja 8020 chassis, designed for personal computers situated at home. The case is a full-tower chassis that targets hardcore gamers and apart from all the features that it has, the Rindja 8020 also brings style and high performance.

The case has been made from strong SPCC 0.55 mm thick steel and inside there’s enough space for up to three solid-state drives. In addition the Rindja 8020 comes with seven expansion slots for installation of long graphics cards (up to 370 mm long), a divided PSU compartment for improved cooling and support for up to nine 120 mm cooling fans that can be placed in various spots inside the chassis. Speaking of this, the case features two pre-installed 120 mm fans with red LEDs and removable dust filters as well as support for watercooling radiators that are up to 360 mm long. You will be able to look at your precious hardware through a provided acrylic window side panel.

The Rindja 8020 is now available. The case sells for EUR 69.95 or USD 79.95, depending on where you live. There are two color options – all black and black with red touches here and there. In case you live in the Netherlands – there the Rindja 8020 will be available only in black and the case will enter stores on July 20.

Source: X2

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