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CiT Quartz PC Case

CiT Quartz Matte Black micro-ATX Mini Tower Case with Black Interior, 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0, with 500W PSU Fitted

Scan code: LN57435 Manufacturer code: QUARTZ Request call
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Product Overview Quartz Micro Black Interior 500W 12cm Black Psu

• Micro ATX Gaming Case - Micro 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
• HD Audio, Mic, 1x USB 3.0 & 1x USB 2.0 Features • Form Factor: Micro ATX
• Motherboard Support: Micro ATX, Mini ITX
• PSU Support: Standard ATX
• Gaming Case: No
• Water Cooling Ready: No
• Dimensions: 180mm x 370mm x 420mm (W x H x D)
• Packaging Dimensions: 413mm x 476mm x 224mm (W x H x D)
• Body Material: 0.5mm SECC Metal
• Front Bezel Material: Plastic
• Side Panel: Vented
• External Bays: 2 x 5.25” External
• 1 x 3.5” External
• Internal Bays: 4 x 3.5” Internal
• 1 x 2.5” Internal
• Drive Bay Notes: Can use either 4 x 3.5" internal or 3 x 3.5" and 1 x 2.5
• Expansion Slots: 4 x Full Size
• Cooling Front: Space for 1 x 8cm, 9cm or 12cm Fan (not inc.)
• Cooling Top: None
• Cooling Rear: 1 x 8cm Fan
• Cooling Side: Space for 1 x 8cm Fan and 1 x 12cm Fan (not inc.)
• Cooling Bottom: None
• IO Ports:
• 1 x USB 3.0
• 1 x USB 2.0
• 1 x HD Audio
• 1 x Microphone
• Front Bezel Colour: Matte Black
• Body Colour: Matte Black
• System Cabinet Features:
• PSU Included: Yes
• Net Weight (KGs): 4.4 KGs

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