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Avance Terminator case: Thermally Advanced?

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Among the thousands of products being show at Computex in Taipei this week, news of the Terminator case (model C001) from Avance caught my eye. It seems to be a thermally well-optimized case with much promise for PC silencers. Here are some pics, courtesy of a TweakTown news blurb. (Click photos to enlarge.)

Like the recent Lian-Li V-series cases, there are separate thermal zones, and the mainboard is mounted upside down. There are two 120mm fan vents, one low on the front panel and the other low on the back panel. A cooling duct joins the two vents, blowing outside air across the CPU/Cooler that’s in the duct path and exhaust the heat out. A chamber between the PSU and the mainboard compartments accomodates HDDs. The only issue is where the heat from a hot VGA card will go.

A review sample has been requested.

Among the thousands of products being show at Computex in Taipei this week, news of the Terminator case (model C001) from Avance caught my eye. It seems to be a thermally well-optimized case with much promise for PC silencers. Here are some pics, courtesy of a TweakTown news blurb. (Click photos to enlarge.)

Like the recent Lian-Li V-series cases, there are separate thermal zones, and the mainboard is mounted upside down. There are two 120mm fan vents, one low on the front panel and the other low on the back panel. A cooling duct joins the two vents, blowing outside air across the CPU/Cooler that’s in the duct path and exhaust the heat out. A chamber between the PSU and the mainboard compartments accomodates HDDs. The only issue is where the heat from a hot VGA card will go.

A review sample has been requested.