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Cooler Master K280 Gaming Case

Cooler Master K-Series K280 - USB3.0, Gaming ATX Case

Cooler Master
Scan code: LN48728 Manufacturer code: RC-K280-KKN1 Request call
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Mid Range
Product Overview K280 is budget-conscious mid-tower case. A stylish matte black coating and aggressive design accents give K280 a futuristic look. A front mesh panel, support for up to three fans, and an optional 120mm fan with mounting points on the side panel ensure that the airflow is optimized for dissipating heat. K280 comes with three 5.25" bays, space for 7 HDDs (2 of which are tool-free), and one internal SSD. Long graphics cards, such as NVIDIA GTX 690 and AMD HD 7990 fit inside the roomy interior. And the super speed USB 3.0 port provides a quicker access for files transfer and smart phone / tablet charging.

Features
Airflow optimized design - mesh on front panel, vents on side panel, bottom, and rear
Supports up to three 120mm fans
Side panel with fan mounting to cool graphics cards
Super speed USB 3.0 port for 10x faster file transfer and 2x faster phone/tablet charging
Supports high-end graphics cards up to 315mm/12.4", including NVIDIA GTX 690 and AMD HD 7990
7 HDD bays (2 tool-free) for increased expandability Features Clearance Information
VGA card length: 315mm / 12.4 inch
CPU cooler height: 162mm / 6.4 inch
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Cooler Master K280 Gaming Case
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