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Parvum Starts Selling the S2.0 Case

British case manufacturer Parvum has released and started selling their new S2.0 version of their very popular Parvum case. The Parvum S2.0 is an evolution of the popular S1.0 with a host of new features and improvements over their first product range. Many of the features have been included as a result of feedback from the fast growing Parvum user base. The technology that Parvum use to create these individual masterpieces has recently been massively upgraded which results in an even higher level of precision on the S2.0 case.

Parvum S2.0 Case

The S2.0 adds case feet which are an integral part of chassis design rather than just an optional add on or an afterthought. This adds to the premium feel of the case and gives a stable desktop footprint to your Parvum build.

USB3.0 headers on the front of the case compliment any modern motherboard and add to the carefully designed user experience. This discreet set of ports offer increased functionality without compromising the look of the case.

The S2.0 boasts an extra 15mm of height above the motherboard to enable thicker performance radiators and cooling solutions to be integrated into your build for unparalleled cooling potential in a small form factor chassis.

Improvements in materials for case windows using scratch resistant acrylic means that your Parvum stays looking fresh whilst keeping a glass like clarity

Most importantly, Parvum Systems takes great pride in the sourcing of their raw materials choosing a high quality, European sourced recycled acrylic. This ensures minimal waste in the production process as well as being kinder to the environment.

The case is delivered to the customer in a flat-pack style, which vastly reduces any shipping damage to the case. With easy setup instructions, the case is hassle free

The Parvum cases can exclusively be bought from Overclockers UK from £129.95.

Source: Overclockers UK | News Archive

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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