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CiT Defender Mid Tower PC Case with 500W PSU

CiT Defender Mid Tower Case with Black Interior, 500W PSU & 120mm Blue LED Fan

Scan code: LN59740 Manufacturer code: DEFENDER Request call
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Product Overview The Defender is the latest addition to the popular CiT Mesh Case Range. Full front mesh allows for excellent cooling and a great look alongside the full black coating on the interior. This is finished off with some well-needed functionality - the front USB 2.0 and audio ports allow easy access for your devices. Features • Midi ATX Gaming Case with 500W 12cm Fan PSU
• All-Black Interior for Sleek Finish
• Black PSU to complete the look
• 500W PSU with 12cm Fan Included
• Vented side panels for extra ventilation
• Six Internal 3.5" Bays
• HD Audio, Mic & 2 x USB 2.0
• Supports ATX & Micro ATX Motherboards

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CiT Defender Mid Tower PC Case with 500W PSU
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