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Titan Review
The TITAN is a worthy name to this mammoth case. Not just in size but in spec as well. A Mid tower case that shows off your most prized components and finishes with a satisfyingly clean build.

The exterior is minimal and subtle, never overstyled. Perfect for modern gamers who want to let their components do the talking. With the vast full acrylic window, there's no hiding anything. Space is well managed with the PSU chamber underneath and all your components laid bare. Rubber grommets, Black case wires and 3x 120mm sleeved fans are all standard with the TITAN. 2 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0 accompanies the I/O controls at the top, along with the dual zone fan controller which can support upto 5 fans.

Motherboards of upto E-ATX sized can be installed and CPU Coolers of upto 175mm can fit despite having a 34mm space for cable management. Massive GPU cards of upto 415mm can fit the length of the case. Upto 280mm radiators can fit on top and in front of the TITAN, both with removable dust filters.

There are 2x 5.25" bays also available but when not used, you may install upto a 360mm radiator or a third fan in front. 3x 2.5" drives are available with 2x 3.5"/2.5" Tool free drives located in the PSU chamber.

Titan Technical Specifications

Case Features
Form Factor ATX
Case colour Black
Build material Metal
5.25" drive bays 2 drive bays
3.5" drive bays 2 drive bays
2.5" drive bays 3 drive bays
IO Panel Yes
USB 3.0 Slots 2
USB 2.0 Slots 2
eSata No
In Out Audio Yes
Depth 472 mm
Width 230 mm
Height 503 mm
Measurements + Fans
Expansion slots 7
Front Fans 2 [120mm]
Top Fans
Rear Fans 1 [120mm]
Side Panel Fans
Hard Drive Fans
Bottom Fans
Max GPU Length 415mm
Max CPU Cooler size 175mm
Screwless Rails No
Case Fan dBA -
Mobo Form Factors ATX
Avg. User Score

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