The case still lacks a name at this point in time, but it looks to be quite a beast.
The power supply unit (PSU) mounts at the bottom of the case at the rear, inside a separate compartment which is divided away from the motherboard zone and contains two hard drive mounting points. The bottom compartment also has a 120mm fan above it which pulls heat out of the central zone of the case.
A few interesting aspects of this case is the inclusion of the triple 120mm fan ports along the top panel of the case. These fan ports are spaced for a triple 120mm fan radiator and the top panel is even pre-drilled and ready to mount a radiator as well. Water cooling cut-outs have also been made in the rear of the case making this case a prime candidate for water cooling enthusiasts. It also appears from the images that there is a large gap between the motherboard mount and the right outside panel, which provides an excellent location for hiding cables and other modifications you want ‘out of sight’.
The inclusion of four SATA hot-swap trays and SATA backplane is another attractive feature included with this case. While the user can mount two static drives in the bottom compartment, four more drives could be used for a RAID configuration to store data. Alternatively the two bottom drive mounts could be used for mirrored data storage on two 2 GB SATA drives, for example, while the removable trays could be used for data and multiple operating system capability.
The rest of the features included are what most people would typically expect, such as tool-less access, adequate air flow features, spacious design and lightweight. As we have mentioned, there is no name for this unit currently, and there is no expected price mentioned either.
No details on availability or pricing as of yet.