Published on Sunday, 13 November 2016 21:42
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How does one choose the right PC case for the job? This is perhaps one of the most common questions i get from both people i know and some of you and i always use the same answer. It always depends on your needs and most probably even more on your available budget. For example as I’ve stated numerous times in the past my first concern is always available interior space and chassis quality since I’m required to add and/or swap components almost on a daily basis. That however also means that if i didn't have that "special" requirement smaller (yet good quality) towers would probably be fine too. Other people i know put more weight on the appearance of a tower so as i said it always comes down to what you're looking for. X2 recently started a somewhat "aggressive" policy by releasing several PC cases with design and features as their main focus and the Rindja which we have here today is one of them.
X2 is originated by a team of PC enthusiasts based in The Netherlands, the design heart of Europe. X2 redefines the true meaning of performance PC hardware. With our exceptional style coupled with genuine product quality X2 is irrefutably above and beyond the rest. X2 strives to surpass the needs of our peers with the satisfaction and our guarantee of reliability, compatibility and consistency in our products. Our mission is to provide the highest endeavor of performance while obtaining top-quality levels in all our products.
Much like many other towers in the market today the Rindja by X2 focuses quite a bit in providing ample interior space (for its size always) by "sacrificing" the classic forward 5.25" optical drive bays and even the usual 3.5/2.5" interior drive cage(s) (on top of the somewhat long "forgotten" 1.44" floppy bay). Thanks to this decision the Rindja weighs just 4.6Kg even though it's made out of 0.55mm SPCC steel and ABS plastic. So what about interior space? Well the Rindja mid-tower is compatible with ATX and micro-ATX mainboards and has enough room for up to nine 120mm fans (three 120mm LED fans included) and/or two radiators (360/240mm), three 3.5" drives, three 2.5" drives, 275mm long graphics cards and 160mm tall CPU coolers. The Rindja also features a dual chamber design (again like many towers today) which allows the end user to install a power supply unit and route most cables without having to worry about them standing out when looking inside the chassis from the side clear acrylic window.