Thermaltake releases new PC cases

Thermaltake releases new PC cases

Thermaltake, a maker of computer chassis, power supply units and thermal solutions, has officially released the Urban S1 and SD1 micro PC cases that allow users to build compact high-performance systems with Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboards.

The Urban S1 micro case offers a compact design with handy I/O ports such as USB 3.0 ports, microphone and audio jacks and more. The case also features optimized ventilation where a pre-installed 80 mm cooling fan pushes warm air out via a filter. A 120 mm fan is also optional. The case comes with two 5.25-inch and six 3.5-inch drive bays for excellent storage capacity and expansion needs.

The Urban SD1 chassis offers a fully modular design for excellent flexibility. Thus users are given the freedom to exchange 3.5-inch hard drive cages with 5.25-inch drive bays or removing them altogether for more free space or installation of liquid cooling systems. The case features a retractable motherboard tray too, optimized ventilation with one 90 mm front fan and two rear 60 mm fans and easy installation.

Thermaltake did not mention pricing, however.

Source: Thermaltake

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