darkFlash Blade-X, the new open chassis has a truly unique design

darkFlash Blade-X, the new open chassis has a truly unique design

darkFlash Blade-X

The manufacturer darkFlash has unveiled a new open chassis with a rather peculiar design, consisting of two 4mm thick orange pain aluminum bars hooked to a motherboard holder (which can be in ATX, micro ARX or mini ITX format) 1 thick, 5mm. In addition, to give a bright touch, A-RGB light strips have been integrated to create different lighting effects. As reported by my colleagues at KitGuru, the case allows for the installation of radiators up to 420mm, which can be mounted both vertically and horizontally, and features a 27-thick aluminum handle that allows for easier transport.

Credit: darkFlash Credit: darkFlash As for the dimensions, we are talking about a chassis measuring 622x346x384 mm, while the maximum height of the heatsink for the CPU is 170mm and video cards up to 450mm long are supported. At the rear there are seven expansion slots and space for installing two power supplies. The front panel has two USB 2.0 ports, 2 USB 3.0, two 3.5mm audio jacks (one in and the other out) and the usual power button. In addition to being able to rely on the M.2 slots on your motherboard, you can also rely on three 2.5 "and two 3.5" drive bays to store your data.

Credit: darkFlash Credit: darkFlash The price is quite high. In fact, darkFlash offers its “Blade-X” for $ 399.99, but it is currently available for purchase for $ 349.99 for a limited time. If you buy a heatsink as a bundle, you can get them both for the discounted price of only $ 309.99. For more details we recommend that you consult the official product page on the darkFlash website.

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