Streacom's ITX DB4 chassis is now available for Pre-order

Streacom's ITX DB4 chassis is now available for Pre-order

Streacom Announces their new DB4 Chassis

Streacom's ITX DB4 chassis is now available for Pre-order

 
Streacom's ITX DB4 chassis is now available for Pre-Order, which uses its Aluminium exterior as a passive CPU heatsink and offers a clean monolithic exterior. 
 
All cables come out the bottom of the case, giving this monolithic chassis a clean, premium aesthetic. The case measures at 260 x 260 x 270mm, allowing it to accommodate any MITX motherboard and a dual slot GPU that is up to 200mm in length. 
 

  Streacom Announces their new DB4 Chassis

 

Below are the full specifications for the Streacom DB4 chassis, though the case will need to be upgraded with additional heat pipes in order to accommodate CPUs that have a TDP of over 65W.

The case also contains a universal CPU mounting mechanism, which allows this case to be compatible with most CPU sockets, provided that the motherboard is MITX. 

 

Specifications

Chassis Material: Premium Grade (6063) All Aluminium, 4mm Thick Extruded Panels
Available Colours: Silver – Sandblast Finish
Motherboard Support: Mini-ITX
Drive Capacity: Maximum 5 x 3.5″ or 12 x 2.5″ 
Optical Drive Bays: Optical Kit for slim slot loading drive
Expansion Slot: 2 x Full Height Slots (MAX 200mm Length, 110mm Height)
USB Ports: 2 x USB3.0, Bottom Facing
Cooling: 4 x 6mm Heatpipes with 65W / Side Panel, Expandable to 120W 
External Dimensions: 260 x 260 x 270mm (W x D x H)
Power Supply: ZF240 or Nano Series PSU (Not Included)
Remote Control: None
Net Weight: 7.5KG

 

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Streacom's DB4 Mini-ITX Aluminium Fanless PC case is now available for Pre-order at Overclockers UK for the price of £270. This chassis will officially become available to order on November 29th. 

 

You can join the discussion on Streacom's DB4 chassis on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

12-10-2016, 17:51:02

ImprovizoR
At first I thought to myself "this looks like a heatsink" and then I saw the gallery and I realized "oh, that's because it's literally designed as a heatsink". It's kinda nice, I like it.Quote

12-10-2016, 18:10:20

Kleptobot
There is some doubled up text in the article, in the first two paragraphs.

Not sure if this case should be expensive or not. Lots of extruded parts means low production costs, but if they had to make some custom dyes then it could drive prices back up...Quote
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