While many people have been going nuts over In Win’s Tou case, the case manufacturer also had another cool case on display at Computex. The original H-Frame was a great case, but many people were asking for a larger case for watercooling setups and just more room overall. In Win has granted their wish with the KingSize H-Frame Full Tower Case.
This case supports the larger scale of motherboard like E-ATX, HPTX, XL-ATX, SSI-EEB and SSI-CEB form factors, but don’t worry it supports normal ATX boards as well. The metal rings that make up the case come out the front and actually make a pretty cool design on this case. The brushed aluminum side panels have also been replaced with the same tempered glass that is on the Tou case.
There is a single 5.25-inch external drive bay that is slanted. The internal drive cage can be setup to fir six 3.5-inch hard drives or four 3.5-inch drives and two 2.5-inch drives. All of the bays feature a SATA backplane that lets you load drives very easily. The case has 11 expansion slots bays and has room for large video cards up to 420mm. As far as cooling goes you have two 140mm intakes, a 140mm rear exhaust and two 140mm intakes. You can mount a 280 x 140mm radiator on the bottom of the case. The front of the case also features six USB 3.0 ports and audio connections.
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Source: TechPowerUp | News Archive