Published on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 03:57
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THE ISOLATIC 6020 EXTERIOR
The glossy top and front of the Isolatic 6020 reminds us of some older designs but regardless it looks good and young gamers should like it even more (the Isolatic measures 472mm in height, 211mm in width and 526mm in length).
Most of the left side panel is taken by a clear acrylic window.
Here you may see why we said that the Isolatic looks a lot like a helmet from the Mass Effect series.
Unlike most current PC cases the Isolatic features a plastic front door which is used to cover two 5.25” drive bays and the 1.44” floppy bay.
Behind the fascia there’s enough room for either two 120mm fans or a single 140mm fan (if you decide to forsake the 1.44” bay you can also install a 240mm radiator here).
Moving at the top we see the on/off power button with the power LED, fan controller buttons, two USB 3.0 ports, USB 2.0 port and the classic headphone and microphone ports.
At the rear top we see a small grill and beneath that we see the available space for either two 120mm fans or a 240mm radiator.
Turning the case around we see the 7 PCI expansion slots (these feature single use covers), 120mm exhaust fan (can be replaced with a 90/80mm fan) and the PSU area.
The Isolatic sits on 4 tall feet and features a removable metal air-filter (not very easy to remove).