Lancool Introduces The K6 PC Chassis

Posted: Jul 18 2008, 11:13am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:33am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 

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You might not think much about the PC case you buy when you are building your system, but you should. A poorly built chassis can cause lots of headaches while building your system and if the case is designed poorly overheating can be an issue too.

Lancool has some very nice looking cases that are all well designed and it has introduced its latest chassis called the K6. The K6 is an aluminum shell mid tower chassis with a steel core. Inside the case are four hard drive bays with tool-less brackets. The PSU is mounted high and the case supports large PSUs that enthusiast often use.

Cooling for the case is with dual 120mm fans and the front panel is removable and has anti-vibration features built-in. the overall dimensions of the chassis are 210 x 450 x 490 mm and it comes in black only. IO ports on the front include four USB, on FireWire, ESATA, and audio. Both ATX and Micro ATX mainboards are supported.

Via Lancool

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