Akasa Infiniti case

"Akasa announced today they are shipping the new Infiniti and infiniti Zor ? professional and gaming PC case"

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Akasa has announced today that they are shipping the new Infiniti and Infiniti Zor – professional and gaming PC case designed for pro-gaming systems and high performance work stations. The Infiniti’s distinctive 11 bay design was created by Akasa’s Hong Kong based industrial design team.
 
Akasa is targeting the ZOR at the gaming market and infiniti at those who want top performance with thermal efficiency and require low noise levels from the chassis. The Infiniti case features a totally ventilated aluminium and mesh front panel with two 12cm fans, a top panel mesh window providing a watercooling facility for bay fitting radiators and fixings for 2 x 12cm fans. The Infiniti ZOR has a maxi view window side panel and 3 x blue LED 12cm fans,

Akasa Infiniti
Features include:
* 2 x front mounted bays that hold three 3.5” HDD with 12cm fan included
* Toolfree HDD installation with anti vibration dampening
* 6 x 12cm fans can be installed
* Power button and I/O ports panel can be located in any 5.25” bay for full connectivity.
* E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX
 
Infiniti - style - no limits.
 

Infiniti ZOR - game on
 
 
Discuss the Akasa Infiniti range in our forum
 
 
 
 
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Most Recent Comments

27-07-2008, 13:04:14

Ham
What's that got to do with us?

27-07-2008, 13:05:30

chefinal
is it me or does it look like it needs a hover, looks a bit dusty

27-07-2008, 13:06:18

ionicle
i think he means, thanks to the help, and generocity of members here, and the adictive nature of overclocking, and buying expensive systems, he has bought and built himself an excessively powerful system, that he is blaming on you, for a good reason?

maybe?

27-07-2008, 13:09:57

Luigi
Noooo :)

It is a bit dusty, but I cant get along the bottom without knocking the mosfets that well..

All will be revealed soon younglings :)

02-08-2008, 08:37:04

zhaozhou
Stock coolers.
m-ATX motherboard perhaps?

02-08-2008, 09:17:45

Luigi

Stock coolers.
m-ATX motherboard perhaps?



Full sized, But yes the stock cooler, Im waiting on Jim, and then all will be revealed :P

02-08-2008, 09:19:35

stuartpb
Is the surprise going to be worth the wait? You've got me curious now:)

02-08-2008, 09:21:02

Luigi
Erm, its not really a surprise, Im just not sure if I am meant to tell you :P

02-08-2008, 09:25:26

PV5150
so what are you doing then...teasing us? And if you aren't supposed to say then posting it in an UK/International forum isn't gonna keep it under wraps rofl

02-08-2008, 10:34:52

Luigi

so what are you doing then...teasing us? And if you aren't supposed to say then posting it in an UK/International forum isn't gonna keep it under wraps rofl



:S its no secret, I just want to keep you guessing, It got a bit of hand tho lol
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