sonex 6010 en Sonex 6010 Computer Case is $70 of "Just Pure Cool Looks," Spire Says <!--paging_filter--><p><img src="/files/u69/sonex_6010.jpg" width="228" height="160" style="float: right;" />Spire set out to release a "versatile gamer chassis" and <a href="">came up with</a> the Sonex 6010, a $70 computer case with a meshed aluminum front panel and a "spacious internal design." And by spacious, Spire means this mid-tower case can accommodate graphics cards up to 330mm (just shy of 13 inches) in length, large-size CPU coolers, and support for up to six 3.5-inch and four 5.25-inch drives.</p> <p>The case is made of SECC (Steel, Electrogalvanized, ColdRolled, Coil) 0.6mm material, a lighter weight alternative to aluminum over standard steel (aluminum is the lightest and great at dissipating heat, but also the most costly). It comes with 120mm blue LED fans pre-installed on the front (intake) and rear (exhaust), with two additional 120mm fan mounts on the side panel. Dust filters cover all meshed areas.</p> <p>In terms of getting inside and building a system, thumb screws hold the side panels in place, and there's a CPU cutout for easy heatsink installation. As has become standard, the Sonex 6010 also features rubberized water cooling in/outlets in the rear.</p> <p>The front panel supports two USB 2.0 ports (no love for USB 3.0), as well as AC'97 and HD audio connectors.</p> <p><a href="">Sonex 6010 Product Page</a></p> <p>Image Credit: Spire</p> Build a PC case chassis enclosure Hardware sonex 6010 spire News Mon, 16 Jan 2012 17:20:23 +0000 Paul Lilly 22267 at