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Enermax announces their MATX Steelwing chassis

Enermax announces their MATX Steelwing chassis

Enermax announces their MATX Steelwing chassis

Enermax announces their MATX Steelwing chassis

 
Enermax has announced their new MATX Steelwing chassis, which has a tempered glass side panel and a unique external aesthetic. 
 
This chassis is designed to utilise SFX PSUs and can only hold a single 3.5" drive and a single 2,5" hard drive, making the system useful for PCs which have low storage requirements. If the user requires more storage the only other option is M.2 based storage, which will mount directly onto the motherboard. 
 
 
Composed of a premium quality aluminum body, SteelWing features wing-shaped front panels and panoramic tempered glass. STEELWING is a master craftsmanship with modern, elegant exterior design. This Micro-ATX aluminum case also serves as an excellent cooling enclosure for your precious hardware.
 

  
Enermax announces their MATX Steelwing chassis  Enermax announces their MATX Steelwing chassis

 

The chassis has enough room inside of it to accommodate GPUs that are up to 290mm in length and has a front mounted 120mm fan which can be used for AIO liquid coolers. Alternatively, this 120mm fan mount can be used to house an additional 3.5" drive. 

 

 

At this time the pricing of Enermax's MATX Steelwing chassis has not been confirmed. 
  

You can join the discussion on Enermax's MATX Steelwing chassis on the OC3D Forums

 

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12-10-2016, 08:47:27

AlienALX
Gorgeous, but will it cost a botty like other cases that look like this?Quote

12-10-2016, 09:45:12

Lynx
Lovely design but the power supply placement completely prevents this being a viable case for any of my builds.

Such a shame.Quote

12-10-2016, 09:48:49

ImprovizoR
Terrible interior. I don't even know where to begin with this one. You'd have to pay me a lot of money to use that.Quote

12-10-2016, 10:03:15

SuB
what a daft place to put the psu? All these aesthetics and they go and do that?Quote

12-10-2016, 10:45:52

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
what a daft place to put the psu? All these aesthetics and they go and do that?
I never even noticed that. And they have put probably the shortest PSU I have ever seen in there too. A normal SFX PSU would pretty much cover the entire board.

Gotta say, after watching the video the aluminium looks quite poorly cast/cut. They're claiming it's sand blasted to prevent finger prints but I'm not so sure... It may be a cheap alloy they are using.

As per the norm though, all about price. Money talks, BS walks.

Quality doesn't look a patch on Inwin either.Quote
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