Front Panel USB : USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A, USB 2.0 Type-A
Deco Gear Mid-Tower Computer Case with 3-Sided Tinted Tempered Glass, 3 Dual Ring RGB Cooling Fans and Remote Control for Custom Lighting, ATX, M-ATX, M-ITX, 7 PCI Slots, 8 Expansion Bays, USB 2.0/3.0
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BEAUTIFUL FUNCTIONALITY - Combining beautiful design aesthetic, natural cooling airflow, ample expansion, and ideal mid-size case form factor, the Deco Gear DGPCS20X is as performance-ready as it is sleek.
QUALITY BUILD - Built from cold-rolled commercial quality steel, this mid-tower PC case gives you the base to build a machine as expressive and as powerful as you want to make it. With three tinted tempered glass panels on both sides and the front of the case, build a case full of beautiful RGB lit components. From RAM to processor coolers, this case is your blank canvas that’s ready to perform.
READY FOR CUSTOMIZATION - The DGPCS20X is to be powered by an ATX power supply as well as accepting ATX, Micro ATX, and Mini ITX internal components. With this wide range of accepted form factors, building the machine that best suits your needs is simple and painless. Enjoy usage of up to 7 PCI expansion slots and 8 drive bays.
MAXIMIZE COOLING AIRFLOW - Included with the DGPCS20X are 3 cooling fans located at the front of the case behind the tempered glass. Using specially designed cooling channels on either side, these fans draw cool air from the front of the case and into the back. These fans also come with adjustable RGB lighting that can be changed via the included controller unit. Improve cooling function by adding up to 8 cooling fans for more powerful internals.
MUST HAVE ACCESSORIES - Cut down on dust and debris from entering your case with included removable mesh fan covers. The front of the case offers two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 inputs, as well as HD AUDIO. This case also supports graphics cards up to 430 mm in length. PLEASE NOTE: This product is a computer case only. Computer components are NOT included. When buying this case, you must buy components separately to build a working computer.