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Antec released the Cannon Elite, a futuristic dual-loop semi-open chassis

Antec released the Cannon Elite, a futuristic dual-loop semi-open chassis

Antec released the Cannon Elite semi-open computer chassis.
The Full-Tower case combines a futuristic design with features to deliver a very powerful gaming system.Image source: AntecThe Cannon Elite measures 604 × 261 × 481 mm.
It supports motherboards of all formats up to E-ATX.
Its frame is made of aluminum alloy.
The outer elements are plastic.
Also it has three 4mm thick glass panels each and the main feature of Antec Cannon Elite is support for dual independent cooling circuit installation.
This way you can provide separate cooling for the CPU and the graphics gas pedal.
Radiators can be placed in the back and front of the chassis, as well as behind the motherboard.
The manufacturer has provided a double inner wall with a 33mm gap.Cannon Elite supports 120mm, 240mm and 360mm coolers in the front and up to two coolers of the same size on the inner wall.
The rear of the case supports 120mm, 140mm, 240mm, 280mm, 360mm and 420mm radiators.
The Cannon Elite also supports conventional fans.
A total of 12 120 mm fans can be installed or nine 120 mm and three 140 mm fans can be installed.The case has four drive slots, but only two mounting brackets are included: one for 3.5-inch media and one for two 2.5-inch.The case can accommodate a power supply up to 270 mm long, graphics cards up to 385 mm long, but the cooler height is only 85 mm, which again implies using liquid cooling systems together with it.
There are two USB 3.0 and one USB 3.1 Type-C port on the front panel, as well as a 3.5mm audio combo jack.
A PCIe 4.0 raiser-adapter for the vertical installation of graphics cards is included in the delivery of new items.Antec Cannon Elite already appeared on sale in some European countries.
The manufacturer has priced the new product at 480 euros.

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