Jonsbo is back with a new pair of cases for 2022. The new VR3 ITX and VR4 ATX cases include a removable inner chassis to make the building process nice and easy, as well as mesh panels for improved airflow.
The Jonsbo VR3 and VR4 are designed to be compact without compromising on ease of installation, offering a two-piece design for the interior and exterior. The exterior of the case is effectively a single piece, wrapping around the front and sides, attached to the bottom, and is designed to come away from the internal frame for easier building and maintenance.
When it comes to cooling, both cases feature mesh panels on the front and sides. The VR3 can use two 120mm or two 140mm fans, or a radiator up to 280mm long can slide into the front of the chassis. The larger VR4 can house up to four 120mm fans or two 140mm fans, or a radiator up to 360mm long.
The VR3 can also fit a ATX PSU up to 140mm long, a graphics card up to 325mm long, a CPU cooler up to 70mm tall, and up to two 2.5″ SSDs. If your GPU is only 185mm long, then you can also fit two 2.5″ HDDs alongside the two SSDs. The VR4 can fit ATX PSUs up to 200mm long, GPUs up to 345mm long and CPU coolers up to 167mm tall, as well as up to two 2.5″ SSDs and two 3.5″ HDDs.
The Jonsbo VR3 and VR4 PC cases are available now at Overclockers UK in both black and white colour options. The VR3 costs £134.99, while the VR4 costs £99.95.
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