DangerDen Unveils Customizable Q20 Computer Case

Paul Lilly

It's been awhile since we've seen something new from DangerDen, makers of specialty cases and parts aimed primarily at water cooling enthusiasts. DangerDen's newest creation is the Q20 Black Series computer case, a customizable enclosure with standard color options for the top and bottom panels, and front and back grills. That means you can more easily match your case color to whatever modding project you happen to be working on.

The Q20 measures 20.75 inches tall, 7.3 inches wide, and 18.2 inches deep. It can accommodate up to four 3.5-inch internal drives, three 2.5-inch SSDs, two external 5.25-inch drives, and air coolers up to 5.5 inches high. Alternately, you can mount a radiator inside and throw liquid at your CPU and GPU.

BTX is considered by some a dead form factor, but if you have a hankering for a BTX setup nonetheless, you can configure the Q20 as such to help show off your videocard and liquid cooling block.

The DD Q20 case is available now starting at $270.

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