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Abkoncore unveils the airflow-focused H600X Sync mid-tower case

Abkoncore is about to expand its case portfolio with the new H600X Sync mid-tower. Designed with airflow in mind, this case has a mesh front panel and comes bundled with 2x 200mm ARGB fans.

Besides the 2x 200mm SilentiumPC Spectrum fans at the front, there’s also a single 120mm HR120 Spectrum ARGB fan at the rear to push air out of the case. The front panel uses a rectangular mesh design to provide better airflow, and comes with a carbon-style pattern, adding “luxury to the design”. This case has a tempered glass side panel to show off the user’s system and LED configuration, while most of the remaining structure is made of steel.

According to Guru3D, the H600X Sync comes with dust filters on both the top and bottom. On the inside, there’s a PSU chamber to isolate the power supply from the remaining components. The ARGB effects of the fans are synced through a fan/spectrum control hub (5V ARGB) and managed with the included remote control.

 

With the included HDD tray installed, the case has 2x 3.5-inch drive bays and 4x 2.5-inch drive bays (2x if there’s no HDD tray). Beside the included fans, there’s also support to install up to 2x 120/140mm fans or 1x 120/140/240 radiator on the top. At the rear, it only allows for the installation of a single 120 radiator, but on the front, it’s possible to install a 120/240/360 radiator.

Weighting 5.6Kg and measuring 225x455x495mm (WxLxH), this case supports ATX, MicroATX, and Mini ITX motherboards. CPU coolers with up to 173mm of height, GPUs with up to 358mm in length, and PSUs up to 350mm (180mm if the HDD tray is installed) are also supported. The I/O panel comes with 2x USB 3.0, 1x 3.5mm microphone jack, 1x 3.5mm headphone jack, the reset and power buttons and there are 7x expansion slots available at the rear of the case.

The Abkoncore H600X Sync case is available now for £89.99/$92.95. If you want to learn more about the Abkoncore H600X Sync, click HERE.

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