Spire Introduces the $30 Diablo Case

Sadly, it's very common for an entry level to present a noticeably cheap and chintzy image, Spire's Diablo however has a meshed aluminum front and a black powder coated exterior and interior that lends the case a refreshingly understated and refined image. The case's internals are fairly standard for an ATX size chassis as it offers tool free assembly and supports up to six 3.5" and three 5.25" drive bays. The Diablo does not come with any pre-installed fans but has space for a single 92 mm fan at the rear and a 80 mm fan on the sidepanel and features two USB 2.0 connectors on the front panel, along with HD audio and microphone.

The Diablo will retail for just $29.99 or €24.98 and comes with a 2 year warranty.

 

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  • unksol
    What on earth is an 80 mm fan?

    Oh right the deafening things from 10 years ago in the back of my closet.... How is a case with ZERO cooling and no front intake at all supposed to compete with quality cheap cases?
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  • dscudella
    No one noticed the top mounted PSU? It's entry level sure, but a bottom mounted PSU is industry standard now. Tool less design but no front intake and 80mm and 92mm fan cut outs. No thank you, I'll add $20 to my budget for an Antec Gaming One or $30 for a 200R.
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  • Azn Cracker
    dont they have a front view?
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  • teaser
    WTF you talking ABOUT........WILLIS
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  • anonymous_user
    I know its a $30 case, but couldn't they have used 120mm fan mounts instead?
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  • Azn Cracker
    dont they have a front view?
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