OrigenAE S21T Aluminum Case Available At SpecialTech

"Origen AE has released the latest in their line of HTPC chassis - the OrigenAE S21T; and SpecialTech has them in. Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 11/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Origen AE

Official Press ReleaseOrigen AE are a manufacturer of HTPC's that are finely engineered to the highest of standards and quality, and are the finest you can find in the Computer Component field.
Their products are focused around high end gaming and Home Theater PC systems, and they develop new products that provide added experience, usability and flexibility. OC3D has been fortunate enough to be notified of Origen AE's latest HTPC chassis prior to release - the OrigenAE S21T Aluminum Case. Details from Origen AE are extremely sketchy at the moment, but we do have some pics and specs for you to ogle over.




Specifications

  • Colour - Silver
  • Material Chassis - Aluminum
  • Material Front Panel - Aluminum
  • Front I/O - 2 x USB, 1 x 1394, 2 x Audio
  • Expansion Slots - 7
  • Motherboard Support - Full Atx, Micro Atx
  • Drive Bays External 5.25" - 1
  • Drive Bays Internal 3.5" - 10
  • Width - 435
  • Height - 220
  • Depth - 370
  • Weight - 7.5kg
  • PSU Size - ATX
  • Cooling System Rear - 1 x 120
  • Cooling System Internal - 3 x 80mm silenc fans
  • Special Features - 12" touch screen TFT, 15:9 ratio, Dvi Input, 1920 x 1080 resolution

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Now here is the clincher! The boys from SpecialTech have managed to get their hands on some of these gorgeous chassis'. If you would like to own one of these, then you can follow the link above to place your order. The OrigenAE S21T Aluminum Case w 12" touch screen tft is estimated to retail for around £679.22 , inc VAT 17.5%

SpecialTech can be contacted via their website, or alternatively, you can make contact with them on the forum

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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Most Recent Comments

10-01-2007, 18:49:38

Kempez
Ye...random press release by Scythe tbh

I've asked em fo a pic *shrugs*

10-01-2007, 18:50:47

NickS
LOL 40cm. I'm thinking 40mm like NoL.

10-01-2007, 18:52:36

Kempez
Aye that'll be 40mm :p

10-01-2007, 18:57:57

NickS
400MM fan would be pretty rofl though.

10-01-2007, 19:01:09

markkleb
I like Scythe stuff and the 40mm is cool for small places but 4CFM is a little light in the CFM dept. The 40s I use are 6CFM and up, but you have to be careful not to get 5000-6000 RPM ones (little noisy)

http://www.antec.com/us/productDetails.php?ProdID=76005

10-01-2007, 20:03:56

PP Mguire
Eh, if i go with any new chipset cooling it will be a low profile copper cooler or a Thermaltake SpiritII. My current chipset HSF dosent accept another fan (DFI lol) and i dont feel like putting a crappier regular black HS on it.

10-01-2007, 20:40:23

FragTek
On my *dead* P5B I've got a Swifty MCX solid copper block on the NB which is by far the most awesome cooler I've seen for NB cooling. And I've got an Extreme Spirit 2 on the SB, also another nice cooler but the mounting system is a bit wonky. The Swifty is much more solid.

10-01-2007, 20:50:46

PP Mguire
Can you replace the fan on the Spirit2? I havent looked into it and the blue LEDs are annoying.

10-01-2007, 21:56:42

FragTek

Can you replace the fan on the Spirit2? I havent looked into it and the blue LEDs are annoying.



Yeah, u just have to unscrew the bracket assembly that holds it in place.

10-01-2007, 22:43:30

PP Mguire
Thanx, to lazy to look :D
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