KingSize H Frame Open Air Chassis is a complete and utter behemoth, it has a presence that is unmatched and it looks completely dominating on the display stand. This really isn’t going to be for everyone of course and it is very extreme but with features like six front USB ports, extreme ventilation and a huge glass side panel window its still impressive, just don’t expect it to be cheap!
- Support ATX, EATX, HPTX, XL-ATX, SSI-EEB, SSI-CEB Motherboards
- 1 x 5.25-inch drive bay
- 6 x 3.5-inch bays, can be configured to 4 x 3.5″ & 2 x 2.5″ bays
- 11 Expansion Slots
- 8 USB 3.0 ports (six on the front, two on the top)
- 3.5″ hot-plug SATA bay
- 42 cm GPU Support
- 2 x 140 mm front, 140mm rear, 140mm bottom fan mounts
The D-Frame was also on show, one of last years InWin special editions that was styled on a Ducati Motorbike, still very funky and I do love the bright colour scheme.
The H-Frame Mini is one of the more unique mITX chassis I’ve seen at the event, the side panel glass is an included option, but it comes with a compact PSU with a slow RPM 40mm fan that should keep things nice and quiet and can handle loads of 180w at peak load, more than enough for a APU based system.
Here we see the H-Frame mini again, this time with a hard metal panel on the left side, still looks very cool but a little more understated, if only by a little bit.
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