If you haven’t noticed, there has been a pandemic of peasant folk running around these parts lately, and quite frankly, that is completely unacceptable. It is a sad state of affairs when one can not step foot out of their own home without encountering an ordinary peasant folk. Luckily for us the solution is simple. Simply annihilate them the good old fashion way. No not with a bazooka! Just like the knights in England, unleash a good old fashion dragon to burn them to death with a streaming spew of good old fashion dragon fire!
Don’t have access to a dragon? No problem! Xoxide now carries the DragonFire Case from Nikao. The DragonFire features an incredible exterior design that will impress even the scaliest of creatures. With a tasteful implementation of mesh, chrome, and blue LED accent lighted fans, this well thought-out case is a crowd pleaser.
Fully tool-less and screw-less drive bay installation, rolled edges, and exterior thumb screws make this case a pleasure to work with, even after multiple installations and hardware upgrades. Twin 120mm blue LED fans quietly circulate air throughout your case.
The sturdy front bezel door protects your drives, and allows access to one 5.25” bay without opening the door. This feature is perfect for remote panels, fan controllers, etc., or simply have access to your most used optical drive. So lay waist to all the ordinary peasant folks with your DragonFire Case from Nikao.
- Incredibly unique chrome “DragonFire” design
- Tool-less and screw-less drive bays
- Electromagnetically shielded
- Stylish front bezel door
- Chassis Material: 0.8mm SECC
- Motherboard Form Factor: ATX (12” x 10.5” Max)
- Drive Bays:
- 5.25” External: 4
- 3.5” External: 2
- 3.5” Internal: 5
- Expansion Slots: 7
- Cooling System:
- 1 x 120mm Front Fan
- 1 x 120mm Side Fan
- I/O: 2 x USB2.0, 1 x Audio
- Dimensions: 488 x 200 x 425mm (L x W x H)
NOTE: Case is shown with an optional LCD fan controller installed. Mesh side panel is much more meshier then shown.
Check out the Nikao DragonFire Case Review on HardwareMods.com