Einleitung & Datenblatt

„Next Level“: Unter diesem Motto präsentiert der bekannte Netzteil-Hersteller Seasonic sein erstes Gehäuse. Das „SYNCRO“ wurde quasi rund um das ebenfalls sehr neue „CONNECT“-Netzteilmodul herum entwickelt. Ob das Konzept aufgegangen ist, könnt ihr in unserem ausführlichen Testbericht nachlesen! Über Seasonic
Since the incorporation of Sea Sonic Electronics Co., Ltd. in 1975, we have maintained our focus on research and development and the production of quality power conversion products.
For the past decades, supported by cutting edge technology based upon a strong research and development team, Sea Sonic Electronics has provided timely and professional solutions to meet many of the IT industry's requirements.
For the future, we will continue our philosophy of dedication; innovation, professionalism and 4G's (Great Technology, Great Quality, Great Service & Great Price) in order to maintain our goal of continued long-term business partnerships and create "win-win" situations for our customers.

• Case Type: Mid-Tower • Material: Aluminium, steel, and plastic • Weight: 15 kg • Slots: 7 • Drive Bays: 2x Internal 2.5/3.5", 3x Internal 2.5" • Form Factors: E-ATX/ATX/Micro-ATX • Dimensions: 537 (D) x 234 (W) x 493 mm (H) • Front Fans: 3x 120/140 mm (3x 120 mm Nidec fans pre-installed) • Rear Fans: 1x 120/140 mm (1x 120 mm regular fan pre-installed) • Top Fans: 3x 120/140 mm (optional) • Bottom Fans: 1x 120 mm (optional) • I/O: 1x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C 2x USB 3.0 1x Headphone 1x Microphone • Fan/LED Controller: Fan and ARGB hub as part of Connect Module • Compatibility: CPU Cooler: 185 mm GPU: 345 mm PSU: 280 mm (Connect 750 W included)
Preis: 389,90 Euro (Stand: 16.11.2020)
• Mainboard: ASUS ROG Strix Z270G Gaming • Prozessor: Intel Core i7-7700K @ 4.20 GHz • Grafikkarte: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Mini ITX • Arbeitsspeicher: Kingston HyperX Fury DIMM Kit 16GB, DDR4-2666 • Prozessorkühler: be quiet! Shadow Rock LP

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