FSP T-WINGS CMT710 Dual System Chassis Review

It seems like every couple of years a company comes out with a crazy chassis. These are typically high-end, have a very unique design, and are really designed for people doing custom-watercooled builds. Today we are checking out one such chassis from FSP. It is their T-WINGS, which has a design all its own, is made out of anodized aluminum and tempered glass, supports two systems, has room for dual 360 mm radiators, and much more! This is definitely one of the more extreme cases that we’ve had the chance to review so let’s jump in and see what it is all about!

Special thanks to FSP for providing us with the T-WINGS CMT710 Dual System Chassis to review.

Specifications

Packaging

The T-WINGS comes in a very large box. When we saw the T-WINGS at CES we were told the case would come in pieces, but it is actually 90% assembled when you get it. That is good as it saves quite a lot of assembly time. On the front of the box you have a picture of the case.

FSP T-WINGS

On the side of the case we have a full listing of specifications. The box was pretty beat up on the side, hopefully everything inside is ok.

FSP T-WINGS

When you first open the box up you’ll be greeted by a user’s guide, QR code to scan for assembly instructions, and your two tempered glass panels. I do like that these are packaged separately, protected by film on each side and foam in-between each panel.

FSP T-WINGS

Removing the top piece you’ll find the T-WINGS in a heavy-duty bag. Even though we had a big gash in the side of the box our T-WINGS did not have a single scratch on it once it was removed from the box.

FSP T-WINGS

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