In the case of computer housings little is possible to come up with new, so their manufacturers are increasingly returning to the so-called desktop, ie lying structures. These include the Grandia GD10, the latest model of the SilverStone Technology housing.
This is a case that supports ATX and micro ATX, which is made of steel, while the front door of the drive, the ports of the two USB 3.0 ports, and the audio inputs are made of aluminum. The use of such materials made the product, despite its relatively small dimensions (442 mm x 171 mm x 362 mm), is quite heavy and weighs as much as 4.8 kg.
Inside the Grandia GD10 enclosure, the manufacturer has placed two bay for 3.5 "drives, one 5.25" drive bay as well as three 120mm diameter fans operating at a maximum speed of 900 RPM.
Wind turbines provide a very efficient cooling air flow installed components, because on the right side there are two copies, while the left one is installed. If the graphics card, its maximum length can be 30.5 cm, which will allow to insert into it many models also the top shelf.
Grandia GD10 will be on the market in a few weeks. For the time being the product is available in pre-order (-GD10B-Gehäuse / html / product / 1147093?) And costs 89.90 Euros.