ID-Cooling was showing off their entire line of open-air cases at Computex. The first is the Stream 1 feature two hexagonal frames connected together and numerous mounting points for your hardware. You can see that ID-Cooling has gone with a red design here, which looks awesome! The case will support Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards and has room for graphics cards as long as 26.5 cm and power supplies as long as 16 cm. At the top there is room for a single 240 mm radiator. Spotted on the front of the case are two USB 3.0 ports and HD audio jacks.
Next we have the Stream 2 case, which unlike the Stream 1 has a more triangular design and is black. It also has room for Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards. As far as graphics cards go you should be able to fit in long cards up to 30 cm and standard ATX power supplies. There are two spots for fans or radiators, you have a single 120 mm spot and a larger 240 mm spot.
Both cases with have a handful of 2.5-inch / 3.5-inch hard drive mounts and each will have a tempered glass side panel. No word yet on pricing or availability.
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