Huntkey Unveils H403 Computer Case

Posted: Dec 17 2009, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:21pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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Computer cases are an important part of any DIY computer system. The case is what people will see of your computer and the case determines how many drive bays you have and how cool your machine will stay to some extent. A company called Huntkey has announced a new computer case called the H403. The chassis is a mid-tower case that supports ATX and micro-ATX mainboards.

The case is made from 0.6 SECC material and supports TAC 2.0 heat dissipation specifications. The front of the case uses anti-dust mesh and quiet 12cm fans. An optional fan can be added to the rear panel for more cooling.

The case has seven expansion slots, USB 2.0, audio, and eSATA ports. The case measures 475 x 190 x 450mm and has four 5.25-inch drive bays and seven 3.5-inch bays. The case comes in black or silver colors. Pricing and availability are unknown.

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