Cases are typically composed of aluminum or steel, but today we get to take a look at one of the first cases we’ve seen to have an aluminum-magnesium mix. These two metals create a very lightweight case, weighing in at only 7.7lbs! It also has a unique brushed finish, both inside and out, to make it stand out from the crowd of cases. Read on further to see if fits up to today’s standards.
|Type||ATX Mid Tower|
|Dimension||7.48″ X 18.5″ X 16.53″|
|Power Supply Mounted||Bottom|
|With Power Supply||No|
|Motherboard Compatibility||Micro ATX, ATX|
|With Side Panel Window||No|
|External 5.25″ Drive Bay||4|
|External 3.5″ Drive Bay||1|
|Internal 3.5″ Drive Bay||3|
|Front Panel Ports||2 X USB2.0 Ports
AUDIO IN/OUT (HD AUDIO)
|Pre-Installed 120MM Fan||1 X Rear 120MM Fan|
|Optional Fan Expansion||1 X Front 120MM Fan|
|Water Cooling Capable||Yes|
|Maximum Supported Video Card Length||275MM|
|Side Air Duct||No|
|Cable Routing Holes||Yes|
The Diablotek Fly comes packaged in a thing brown cardboard box. The box does have some lime green coloring to compliment the black text covering most of the box. The front of the box shows a very rough sketch of the case along with some short features of it. The sides of the box give more details about the case and include the features and specifications of it.
To give you a good idea of how the Fly case comes and for a brief overview check out our video below.
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