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If you are looking for a mid-tower system case for your high-end desktop pc, you might want to check this latest technology from Aerocool called Sixth Element. The Taiwan-based company is targeting those gaming enthusiasts who are craving for high-end peripherals, thus needing a much cooler system case. Most motherboards are compatible with this steel case, especially Micro ATX and ATX motherboards. It can be equipped with four 5.25-inch drive, six 3.5-inch HDD, and seven expansion slots. The Sixth Element Mid-tower PC case has two 140mm blue LED fans: 1 at the front and 1 on top, which will keep your system cool for several hours. It is also equipped with a top-placed I/O panel, 1x eSATA, 2x USB 2.0 port and 2x audio ports. It has a price tag 80 Euro (around $110).
Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched its latest premium desktop system cases called PC-V1020 and PC-V2120. These cases are the newest addition on its line of V series. The full-tower PC-V2120 can support HPTX motherboards, several hard drives, and 11 expansion cards with a length of 355mm. While the V1020 can support four 5.25-inch drives, seven 3.5-inch drives, one 2.5-inch drive and up to 8 expansion cards. For better cooling, it has two 140mm blue/red front intake fans, one 140mm top fan, and one 120mm rear fan. Both cases have the same I/O, including four USB 3.0, one eSATA, and HD audio ports. They have also wheels to make transferring from one place to another easier, slick removable MOBO tray, a hole for quick access to the processor and slits for cable management.
NZXT has launched its latest technology called as LEXA S system unit case. This system case was been designed mainly for gamers. The LEXA S uses a case fans (2x120mm front intake, 140mm top, 120mm LED side, 120mm rear), in addition to a fan controller that gives users independent control over the dual intakes and exhausts, 4 external 5¼” drive bays, 7 internal 3½” drive bays, high end graphics card support to fit longer 10.5″ cards.