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At CES, iBUYPOWER announced the expansion of its signature Element case line with the Element CL, which has been designed for easy integration of hardline custom cooling curated for pre-built systems, and the Element Dual, which will provide users with ample thermal support and a clean internal layout. The company also announced the next generation of its signature Revolt series.
For a different take on the traditional PC layout, the Element Dual features a binary chamber design. With the PSU mounted vertically on the bottom right side of the case and hidden behind the motherboard tray, users will be left with an open aesthetic on the left side and substantial space for maximum component compatibility. This could include E-ATX and ATX motherboards, up to 400mm GPUs and 155mm CPU air coolers.
Constructed with a black, full-steel frame and paneling and a tempered glass front and side panel, this case provides a clear view of the internal system components. Dust filters cover the four air intake zones to aid in thermal performance and reduce debris buildup. Users will have no shortage of connectivity with one USB 3.1 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports and one audio jack on the I/O.
Turning to the Element CL, this case for pre-built systems is designed with an integrated front panel distribution plate for easier bends and less complicated routing. It brings the efficiency of hardline liquid cooling to customers looking to buy a pre-built iBUYPOWER PC. Systems housed in it will also come equipped with custom water blocks for the CPU and GPU, as well as custom fittings that will minimize the risk of tubes coming loose.
The Element CL will be available in a black finish as well as a white Snowblind version, which will have all the features of the Element CL, with the addition of the signature transparent 1,280 x 1,024 19-inch TN LCD side panel.
The Revolt GT3 will take on a new aesthetic compared to the asymmetrical design of its predecessors, housing small form factor systems and providing support for ITX motherboards and SFX power supplies up to 750W. Systems constructed in it will be mounted to and suspended inside an outer frame by flexible rubber supports designed to add both cushion from shock and vibration damping.
It comes as a rectangular shape with five tempered glass panels on the front, sides, top and bottom of the case. Each of the glass panels are framed by a mesh border and are reversible to increase part clearance and the overall dimension of the case.
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