FSP's new CMT 110 and 120 share a lot in common, indeed it is only the exterior which differentiates them. These mid-towers have space for seven cards, two 5.25" drives, two 3.5" drives hidden in the PSU shroud and an SSD on the back.
Inside is space to mount up to six 120mm fans, the front can hold two which would allow you to accommodate a dual fan radiator if you so desired. The case is roomy enough for a heatsink 160mm tall and a GPU of up to 340mm long without needing you to remove a drive cage. The two models feature a magnetically attached grill on the top to keep any crumbs out of your system and are easily removed cleaning for cleaning. The CMT 120 offers a transparent plastic window for those with exhibitionist tendencies while the CMT 110 offers a metal side panel with a fan mount. You can see the full PR below the internal shot.
【Taipei, Taiwan – Nov.22th, 2017】FSP just added 2 new members to their CMT series, CMT110 and CMT120. These 2 mid-tower cases each offers 2 options to fit users’ preferences, a transparent side panel on the CMT110 and a solid side panel on the CMT120.Both versions adopted a clean cable management layout to allow users to easily route their cables for the motherboards and parts. The cases are able to fit a 160mm tall heat sink, a graphics card up to 340mm long, and an ATX form factor PSU to the case. Both cases come with a dust filer to protect your parts, and the top panel of the case is built with a magnetic dust filter for easy access.
These cases are designed with good airflow intake in mind, thus they are built with neat interior to help cool down the temperature inside. The PSU guard design creates an independent upper and lower wind channels for optimized cooling results. There are 6 fan mounts available for users who would like to upgrade their cases further, they can mount two additional 120mm fans on the front panel, one 1220mm fan on the top panel, two 120mm fans inside, and one 120mm fan on the back panel.
Although these cases are compact in size, they still have plenty of space for your customized upgrades. Both of them support the standard ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards, provide two 5.25” disk bays, two 3.5” HDD bays, one 2.5” HDD bay, and seven PCI-E expansion slots. Users can easily turn their ordinary PC to a gaming PC. The I/O on the front panel features one USB2.0 port and at least one USB3.0 port for users’ convenience.