DIYPC Launches DIY-SD1-RGB Mid Tower Case
DIYPC has announced the latest in their lineup of cases, this time with more RGB. The DIY-SD1-RGB features a tempered glass front panel in a compact ATX tower format. Designed for gamers who want a smaller footprint but still be able to fit full size hardware inside. The DIY-SD1-RGB features tempered glass panels to showcase the components and includes preinstalled RGB fans for further lighting customization.
Aggressive Design and Great Build
The DIY-SD1-RGB features an aggressive front panel design which showcases a tempered-glass panel that exposes a nicely designed front intake. The front panel design shows off the three 120mm RGB fans on the front which comes pre-installed for free with the DIY-SD1-RGB case. Just like the front panel, the side window panel is also made of tempered glass. At 4mm thick, these tempered glass panels provided excellent protection as well as a show off your build. The case has a built-in lower chamber for the power supply as well as other components which keeps the main chamber clutter free.
The DIY-SD1-RGB features a decent sized 29mm gap in the back of the motherboard tray to allow for cable management and the case has tie-down loops to help manage cables even further.
Cooling Support and Customization
Cooling support for both liquid and air cooling is present with the case supporting up to a whopping 180mm tall heatsink coolers. A 240mm radiator can be mounted on the front intake for AIO or liquid cooling installations. The DIY-SD1-RGB also comes pre-installed with four 120mm addressable RGB 18-LED fans. The fans are controlled with the integrated RGB fan controller and is AURA-compatible. The fans have 7 different colors in 3 effect modes and allows out of the box custom RGB lighting effects.
Front panel IO have been placed on the front area for easy access and allow DIYPC to fully utilize a stylish tempered glass panel on the front to showcase the pre-installed RGB LED fans.
A maximum of 8x 120mm fans can be installed in the case for additional airflow. The built-in bottom dust filter also allows easy maintenance for the bottom-mounted PSU for improved airflow for the power supply. For easy maintenance, a magnetic dust filter is also installed on the top for hassle-free cleaning.
The case supports long graphics cards up to 395mm long.
The DIYPC DIY-SD1-RGB will have an MSRP of $109.99.