The X2 box manufacturer has announced the launch of a new addition to its catalog with a curious form. This is the Empire box, midi ATX format and is made of SECC steel of 0.55 mm thick and with a curious tilted design on the front.
X2 has made the Empire with a steel structure SECC slightly thicker than usual (normal is between 0.35 mm of the cheaper boxes to 0.5 mm in boxes good bill) to ensure that the whole is a solid and strong, able to house inside high-end hardware and heavy structure. It is retouched with black paint inside and outside the box to provide a sober yet elegant appearance, and as you can see in the pictures, has an inclined and topped with brushed aluminum front area. To top design, the side has a tempered glass window to display all inside the box.
The X2 Empire factory includes an RGB 120mm fan pre-installed at the rear, and supports the installation of multiple cooling systems inside, up to a total of 7 120 mm fans. For example, it supports radiators up to 360 mm in length at the bottom and 240mm at the top. Speaking of the bottom, as you can see is covered by a black plastic piece that occupies the entire horizontal and hides the power supply and hard drives.
It supports installation of sinks processor up to 170 mm in height and graphics cards up to 400 mm in length, includes filters dust in all air intakes and front area has two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 and minijacks usual HD audio. There also are 25 mm of space behind the motherboard for channeling cables.
The Empire X2 ATX hit stores starting next month for a suggested retail price of 152.95 euros, and has two years of warranty directly with the manufacturer