Hiper release the OSIRIS
"Osiris defines a design level of its own, not only regarding the unique look and feel. "
Published: 27th February 2008 | Source: Hiper |
Only 6 months after the tremendous launch success of Anubis, the award-winning first ATX case by Hiper, now at Cebit 2008 the next strike takes place: OSIRIS (HTC-1K514-A1). Named after the ancient Egyptian god of the overworld, this case comes up with many of the award-winning features of Anubis and with a total of 20 refinements.
Osiris defines a design level of its own, not only regarding the unique look and feel. The whole case is constructed for toolless assembly with an innovative airflow concept as the ultimate cooling solution: The PSU is located at the bottom with a direct fresh air intake, so the heat of the PSU is isolated from the case completely. On the top and on the back there are 120mm fans with 3pin plugs for connecting with the motherboard. And, just like Anubis, the modular HDD rack has the third 120mm fan on the front. Moreover three PCI air ventilation plates are also included in the package; this provides better exhaust capability for systems equipped with SLI or Crossfire. Of course Osiris supports XL ATX PSUs and all graphic cards currently available.
On the outside Osiris has a stylish round shaped front. The function panel with USB ports, eSata etc. is perfectly placed on the front top side. The edges of the buttons, plugs and the front side are diamond laser cut. The case will be available in brushed black and brushed silver finish.
Osiris is entirely made of 6063-T5 military spec alloy, which offers outstanding heat dissipation. A patented welding technology joints the parts to an extremely solid case. Comfortably detachable and 3mm thick side panels, one with an EMI proof window, give you extra comfort and a great look inside.
As an exclusive bonus for the end user, who eventually owns this case, there is a limited edition Osiris key ring with the unique serial number of the case supplied inside.
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