Gamemax ABYSS-TR ATX Gaming Case


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Gamemax ABYSS-TR ATX Gaming Case
ModelGamemax Abyss-TR M-908-TR
Motherboard SupportE-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, ITX
Drive Bay(s)External Drive Bay(s) : 5.25″ (ODD) *0 3.5″ *0
Internal Drive BaysInternal Drive Bay(s) : 3.5″ (HDD) *3 2.5″ (SSD) *4
Expansion Slots7
PortCooling Fan (Built-In) : 1 Cooling Fan (Optional) : 6
FanRear: 120mm x 1 ARGB Rainbow Fan, Top: 3 x 120mm, Front: 3 x 120mm Fan
OthersChassis: Steel Thickness 0.8mm Mixed, Black internal, Side Panel: Left Tempered Glass, Right- Metal Cover, I/O: Fan Controller- 1 x Rainbow + PWM V1.16, RGB- Rainbow + PWM V1.16, Controller max fans x 5, Dust Cover: Bottom and Top cover with Dust filter
PSUATX (not included)
CPU Clearance170mm
RadiatorTop: 120mm x 1, 240mm x 1,360mm x 1, Front: 120mm x 1, 240mm x 1,360mm x 1
MaterialTempered Glass, ABS (Front Panel), ABS, Mesh (Top Panel)
I/OButtons *3 USB2.0 Port(s) *2 USB3.1 Gen1(USB3.0) Port(s) *2 HD Audio Support *1 Card Reader (Support) *0 Fan Controller *2 (Top Fan Controllers) RGB Controller *1 (Rainbow V1.7) Controller max. fans *5 RGB Controller max. LED strips *2 Remote (IR or RF) *0
DimensionsChassis : (L)470*(W)210*(H)465mm Full Case (inc Fascia) : (L)512*(W)212*(H)526mm Carton : (L)579*(W)286*(H)597mm
VGA Length455mm(Max)
Cable Management Space20mm

Product Details

Gamemax Abyss TR Case

Gamemax Abyss TR Case Upgraded new edtion with an infinity mirror with Rainbow LED lighting(addressable) on the front and a tempered glass front panel and side panel. The most important adjustment feature is directly in the eye with an intelligent integrated infinity mirror at the front. This optical illusion is created by a glass front, consisting of an outer one-way mirror, which partially reflects light on its inner side and is partially transparent to the exterior and a fully reflecting mirror inside, placed parallel behind it. The light emitted by an Addressable Rainbow LED strip arranged in the gap around the walls is thus reflected back and forth between the two mirrors, whereby, with each reflection, a part of the light penetrates visibly outwards and ultimately produces the visual effect. The principle corresponds to the mirrors in police interrogations frequently shown in crime series and films and AURA SYNC ready!