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The REX8 is an ATX case with four external installation bays for 5.25" drives. An additional four installation bays are available through the plastic multifunctional mounting frame. With this, both 3.5" and 2.5" devices can be used, making it suitable for almost all hard drives, SSDs, card readers, etc. In addition, this frame has the ability to attach a 120 mm fan, which in turn can cool a hard drive.
The USB and audio ports as well as the power button are easily accessible and found in the upper part of the front panel and on the top of the case. The case features a complete interior finish and offers quick-locking mechanisms for fast installation of drives and hard drives. The component cables can be arranged through the cable management system in a space saving manner and without hindering the inside air flow. The power supply is built on the bottom of the case.
The Economy model is available for price-conscious buyers who want to design their own cooling system and includes six USB2.0 ports as well as a closed side panel and without any preinstalled fans
|Model||Rex 8 Economy|
|Dimensions||485 x 185 x 420 mm (L x W x H)|
|Form Factor||Mid Tower|
|Max Graphics Card Size||290mm|
|Optional Fans||Front panel: 1x 120 mm fan
Rear panel: 1x 120 mm fan
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