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CiT Vantage 8818B Gaming Case

CiT Vantage Black Mid Tower Gaming Case with Black Interior, 3 LED Fans 1xBlack Fan, Card Reader, No PSU

Scan code: LN38811 Manufacturer code: 8818B Request call
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Product Overview • The Vantage is a Midi Tower PC Case with a powerful cooling system
• Comes with Card Reader supporting SD/MMC/MS, HD Audio & 2 x USB 2.0
• The I/O Ports are located on the front of the top panel for easy access
• Features a luxurious black colour, including the interior, and outstanding design
• The cooling system is developed for cooling throughout
• 4 x Built-in 12cm Fans (3 x Blue LED) will keep your components cool
• Water Cooling Ready
• Easy Swap bays (5.25” and 3.5”)
• The Front panel is made from mesh steel, for high end cooling
• Rolled edges for safety
• EMI anti-magnetism design
• High quality electroplated Zinc steel sheet for strength and durability Features • 5.25” Drive Bays : 4 Exposed
• 3.5” Drive Bays : 1 Exposed 5 Hidden
• Cooling Front : 1 x 12cm LED fan on front panel
• Cooling Side : 2 x 12cm LED fans on side panel (With On / Off Switch)
• Cooling Rear : 1 x 12cm blue-finned fan on rear panel
• Additional Cooling : The Front panel is made from mesh steel, for high end cooling
• I/O Ports : Card Reader Supporting SD/MMC/MS 2 x USB 2.0 Ports HD Audio Ports for Headphones & Mic All located on the front of the top panel for easy access
• Case Dimensions : 466.5mm x 185mm x 437mm (D x W x H)
• Packaging Dimensions : 484mm x 236mm x 522mm (D x W x H)
• Net Weight : 6.5Kg
• Gross Weight : 7.5Kg

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