Thermaltake's new Overseer RX-I full-tower case measures 21.1 (H) x 8.7 (W) x 22.8 (D) inches, weighs 22.7 pounds, has front & top mesh panels, four exposed 5.25-inch bays, five tool-free 2.5/3.5-inch internal bays, and two pre-drilled holes (found at the rear) for watercooling tubing. The top-placed I/O panel comes with USB 3.0 (x 2), USB 2.0 (x 2), eSATA (x 1) and audio (x 2) ports.
The Overseer RX-I supports up to an E-ATX motherboards, utilizes a steel construction and is equipped with three fans - 200mm fans with blue LEDs (600 ~ 800 RPM) in front and on top, and a rear 120mm fan (1000 RPM).
Features of the Overseer RX-I e-Sports case includes:
- Distinguishable breath lighting effect
- Exquisite front bezel and black coating inside
- Internal USB 3.0 SuperSpeed
- Top-mounted HDD Docking Station enables blazing fast file transfer and effortless hot-swap capability
- Bottom-placed PSU design for better and easier installation
- Supports AMD & Nvidia graphics cards up to 12.5" long (e.g. AMD Radeon HD 6990 & Nvidia Geforce GTX 590)
Coolest Breath lighting effect
Top hot-swap docking station, convenient design for data transfer
Internal USB 3.0 Connection
Readers interested in the case should be able to find the case around $160 or less at release. See more on the Overseer RX-I on Thermaltake's product page.
$160? I think I'd rather spend the extra $100 on a better monitor since it's what you look at 99% of the time you use the computer... Or at least a better CPU/GPU combination.
They need to take notes from Corsair and Lian Li. Sheesh.
A seemingly proper design Nothing wrong with an enclosure that's not gaudy, is there? If you feel you need to attract attention with your PC case go for simple lighting or something. Not an enclosure that makes your rig look like a toy. I guess to each there own.
this case does most of those well except for handle and smooth possibly sturdy?.