Much like HDR displays and VR, it can be hard to show what a tempered glass case looks like with just a few pictures but that is exactly what eTeknix set out to do in this review. The case is quite large, e-ATX motherboards are supported and the three fans at the front of the case are all 140mm as is the one in the back, with room for three more if you so desire. There is also an integral fan controller, with the three modes easily accessible on the top of the case. The PSU is hidden under a shroud, SSDs are mounted on the back of the case and decent cable management ensure that your see-through system is worth looking at.
"There’s a big trend in the chassis market this last year or so, as more and more brands shift from plastic side panel windows, to huge chunks of tempered glass. If you really care about having a system that looks like a premium quality product, and having a great way to show off your new build and hardware, then tempered glass is the way to go."
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