PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review

PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review

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With a B550 motherboard – the ASUS Prime Plus – there are no front panel USB Type-C ports so the lack of one on the case isn’t a big problem. You do get front panel audio, three USB panels, LED toggle and the ubiquitous power and reset switches. Although my case at home hasn’t got a reset for some reason, so it’s nice to see one here.

PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  

With one Type-C and a host of Type-A USB options there is plenty to plug your peripherals into. Even if you’re in to streaming a HOTAS and TrackIR based game using a Stream Deck, you’ll still have lots of sockets.

PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  

At the bottom we have the normal outputs of a modern Nvidia GPU, with an HDMI 8K60 and three DisplayPorts. The ASUS Prime hasn’t got native WiFi so the inclusion of a PCI Express card will be a boon to those of you who prefer to live your life cable free.

PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  

With three RGB fans at the front and some lighting on the case itself it’s an attractive option for those of you who like a little flair.

PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  

The two AIO fans, three intake fans and pump head are all RGB and it really makes the PCS Quartz Elite R look like a high end system despite its low price point. Very nice indeed.

PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  
PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  
PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review  
PCSpecialist Quartz Elite R Review