Abkoncore has announced a new full tower case known as the AL1000 Sync. This new case uses an open-design with tempered glass side panels to better showcase the interior and the included RGB fans, and it will be available in both ‘red wine' and grey colours.
Using an aluminium frame, with clear tempered glass on the left and front panels, and darker tempered glass on the right panel, Abkoncore claims the AL1000 Sync materials provide “maximum durability and premium quality”. Both side panels are easily removable for the user to access the inside of the case, and the front panel uses mesh either side of the glass to maximise the case's airflow.
The case comes with 2x 200mm Spectrum RGB fans on the front, 2x 200mm Spectrum RGB fans on the back, 1x fan/RGB controller hub (5V ARGB), and 1x remote controller. With a total of 61 different LED modes, users can control the RGB fans and compatible components through the LED button on the front panel, the remote controller, or through the controller hub.
Weighing 12.3Kg and measuring 510x365x645mm (LxWxH), the AL1000 Sync has 7x PCI expansion slots, and supports up to 12x 2.5-inch bays or 2x 3.5-inch bays and 10x 2.5-inch bays. Additionally, it also supports E-ATX, ATX, M-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards, CPU coolers up to 235mm in height, graphics cards up to 420mm long, and PSUs up to 350mm long. Radiators and fans can be installed on the top (120/240/360mm or up to 3x 120mm fans), on the side (120/240/360mm or up to 3x 120mm fans) and on the bottom (120mm).
Besides the LED button on the I/O front panel, there's also 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports, 1x USB Type-C port, 1x 3.5mm jack for headphones, 1x 3.5mm jack for microphones, and the power button.
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KitGuru says: Are you using a full tower case in your PC build? Would you be interested in changing it to an Abkoncore AL1000 Sync?