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Friday, 07 March 2014 14:16

XFX Type 1 Bravo case now available

Written by Slobodan Simic

Interesting looking mid-tower PC case

XFX's Type 1 Bravo mid-tower ATX case, which has already hit retail in the US, is coming to Europe as well with a price set at €129.90.

Made almost entirely of SECC-steel, the XFX Type 1 Bravo case measures 518x232x562mm and is quite heavy at 10.4kg. According to XFX, the Type 1 Bravo supports tall tower-type CPU coolers and has support for longest currently available graphics cards. As far as the design goes, it does look quite interesting, mostly thanks to the top "shroud" and a rather in teresting front.

It features three 5.25-inch drive bays, eight 3.5-inch internal drive bays, each with support for 2.5-inch drivers, eight expansion motherboard slot bays and USB 3.0/2.0 and audio jacks on the front I/O panel while the cooling is done by a single 200mmm front and 140mm bottom placed intake fans and 200mm top and 140mm rear exhaust fans. The top one can be exchanged for two 140mm fans, which can also be used as a place for watercooling radiator, and it also has room for two 140mm side fans.

While it is already available in the US for US $129.99 as of February, the XFX Type 1 Bravo PC case will be coming to Europe by the end of this month, with a price tag set at €129.99.

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