HYTE Y60 Modern Aesthetic Dual Chamber Panoramic Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Computer Gaming Case with PCIE 4.0 Riser Cable Included

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  • Item Dimensions LxWxH :

    17.95 x 11.22 x 18.19 inches

  • Item Weight :

    22 Pounds

Amazon Price: $199.99

Product details

HTYE Y60 ATX chassis—-this one includes corner treatment on the side and front, and the glass has a three-sided split installation design. If you look attentively, the entire appearance differs significantly from the usual direct-facing chassis, and the overall design is stronger. If you’re sick of watching O11, you should try this more visually appealing “fish tank.”

The gap in the center of the three-sided glass with the split design is actually quite substantial. If the glass case with a large gap is utilized in a dusty environment, the cost of such a design is higher than that of the one-piece curved glass (comfortable) in (should) it. This split design should be better than one-piece glass in terms of explosion protection, although the overall curvature is not as good.

The chassis’s I/O panel is placed at the bottom of the chassis’s corner. The benefit of an ATX chassis with a similar design is that you don’t have to stand up and press the key. The negative is that it is easily touched by alien objects, such as having a cat-like object at home.

Take a look at the design on the right side, which is treated with a more textured panel design, as well as the front’s bright red color scheme, which has a very eye-catching visual performance. In comparison to the usual panel form, this innovative stripe design with ventilation apertures is very noteworthy.

Screws and bead-type elastic buckles are used on the glass surface. This is how the left and right sides, as well as the huge glass on the front right side, are fixed, while the little glass in the center is fixed at the higher and lower regions. down. The dimensions of the chassis are as follows: length 456MM* width 285MM* height 462MM, the maximum compatible with the installation of an E-ATX motherboard, the heat dissipation limit is 160MM, but the air duct design of this chassis is not friendly to traditional air cooling, and disassembly is difficult. Following that, it is clear that the structure inside the box is nearly identical to that of the O11.