When it comes to building your own PC, you’ve got so many different options when it comes to choosing cases. These aren’t just about looks because the size of your case also determines what kind of components you can fit, so a mini-ITX setup means that you probably won’t be able to fit full-sized GPUs, and so on.
That being said, if you’re all about the looks, you might be interested to learn that at Computex, Streacom has unveiled their latest case in the form of the DB4. As you can see in the photos, this case definitely does not look like your typical setup. The goal is to help create fanless cases and with the DB4, the company has opted to use aluminum and extruding bits that will hopefully help to dissipate the heat more effectively.
The company claims that the case is versatile and will play nicely with just about every ITX motherboard in the market today. The only downside is that the DB4 will require PC builders to use the company’s ZeroFlex or Nano power supplies, but if you’re not too fussed then we guess this shouldn’t be an issue.
It will fit 5 x 3.5-inch drives, or 12 x 2.5-inch drives for storage. There are 2 x full height expansion slots, 2 x USB 3.0, and in terms of cooling, there are built in 4 x 6mm heatpipes, and the case itself will weigh 7.5kg. Unfortunately there was no mention of pricing.
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