All you need to know about Corsair SPEC-01 MidTower ATX

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For gamers, the SPEC-01 is essential. Despite its aggressive style, the SPEC-01’s front intake fan and LED-lit side panel window make it a great case for gaming. A total of five fans can be housed inside, and cable routing cutouts make installation and upgrades a breeze. Added bonus: the case features a USB 3.0 connector and space for an additional 120mm fan or dual 140mm fans.

If cooling is your thing, the SPEC-01 has plenty of room for your components. It supports up to four hard drives and SSDs, and features two standard 5.25″ optical drive bays, as well as four built-in 3.5-inch-and-2.5-inch combo drive bays. If you have a large amount of RAM, the SPEC-01’s front intake fan will draw a cool breeze over your graphics cards. The Corsair SPEC-01 also has mounting points for up to five fans, which you can add if you like.

The Corsair SPEC-01 has a depth of 15mm, which makes it a great option for those with large all-in-one liquid coolers. You can also install a graphics card up to 330mm in length. Other notable features include adequate mounting positions for storage devices, including a top ODD drive bay. The case also accommodates full-size ATX motherboards and is compatible with most current Intel and AMD processors.

Casing DeepCool Matix 55 TG Mid-Tower

Casing DeepCool Matix 55 TG  MidTower

The Casing DeepCool Matix55 TG Mid-Tower is a great choice for people looking for a new mid-tower PC case. It’s an ADD-RGB model with two tempered glass panels. The model also comes with a lighting strip on the front for a stylish appearance. This mid-tower case supports m-ATX and m-ITX motherboards, and is fitted with 3 pre-installed 120mm A-RGB fans. The system also has room for a graphics card up to 370mm in length.

This mid-tower case has a lot of features for the price, but the most notable difference is the cooling capabilities. The Matrexx is a great choice for those looking for an excellent cooling solution. It has a full-length tempered glass front panel, and the Matrexx 55 has a brushed aluminum front panel. The matte black front panel features an RGB vein running along the front panel. The logo is located on the bottom, which gives it a sleek, classy look. The back has a cutout for the PSU, with seven expansion slots above it. It also has a vent for a 120mm fan.

Cable management isn’t the biggest issue with this case, but it’s not as easy as it could be. The Square Cable Cutouts are a bit odd, and don’t have grommets, which can make cable management a bit more difficult. This is a major disadvantage for a neat build, and the case may not be the best choice for people who are worried about their cables being visible.

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The Zalman T3 ATX mini tower PC case is a low-cost option for microATX motherboards. This PC case comes with one USB 3.0 port and three 2.5” bays. Its mesh area is perfect for 120mm fans and it’s compatible with a wide range of power supplies. The Zalman T3 is available in black only.

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The ATX computer case is designed to fit standard ATX motherboards. It can also accommodate smaller micro-ATX motherboards. The Zalman ZM-T3 ATx w/o PS computer case is compatible with micro-ATX, full-tower, and mid-tower power supplies. All ATX computer cases conform to the ATX specifications. These standards specify the size of desktop computer cases, power supplies, and motherboards.

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