11.01.2019 – Warsaw, Poland –SilentiumPC offers a new variant of the Armis AR7 PC Chassis with tempered-glass to satisfy the strong market demand. The new Armis AR7 TG inherits all the advanced features from the Armis AR7 base model and gives users the advantage of displaying their high-end and RGB-enabled components through the new side-panel. The roomy full-tower cleverly blends minimalistic styling with performance features. Armis AR7 TG comes with three pre-installed Sigma Pro 120 mm case fans for high-volume, non-restrictive airflow. For simple maintenance, all vents are covered with easily removable custom dust filters.
One of the unique features of the Armis AR7 TG is the user-friendly I/O panel, which can be easily repositioned from the top of the chassis to the bottom. This allows for convenient access to the two USB 3.1 gen 1 ports, audio ports, the 3-stage fan controller for up to 10 fans and the blackout button. The special “blackout” button turns HDD and Power LEDs off, which is especially useful for night rendering or simulation sessions.
SilentiumPC Armis AR7 TG features the dual-chamber design, which benefits the airflow inside the chassis and cable management substantial. The two Sigma Pro 120 mm fans on the front are pushing the air towards the third Sigma Pro 120 mm fan in the rear with little resistance, assuring optimum airflow right out of the box!
The full tower supports ATX, microATX and mini-ITX form-factor mainboards, VGA cards with a length of up to 420 mm and CPU air coolers with a maximum height of 270 mm. In addition to that, aftermarket All-in-One water-cooling systems with 120/140, 240/280 and even 360 radiators can be mounted in the front or the top of the chassis. In regards to storage, Armis AR7 TG is offering mounting spots for up to six 2,5” HDDs or SSDs as well as three 3,5” Hard Drives.
The SilentiumPC Armis AR7 TG variant is available as of today for a modest price points of 75,90€ (incl. VAT).
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