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In Win BM639, Black, mini-ITX Tower/Desktop Case with 160W PSU

In Win BM639, Black, mini-ITX Tower/Desktop Case with 160W PSU

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Scan code: LN29109 Manufacturer code: BM639 Request call
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Product Overview • External adapter on internal PSU
• 1 x 5.25” or 1 x Slim ODD & 3.5” drive bay
• Meets RoHS, CE and FCC Class B Requirements
• Standard Padlock loop for padlock
Features Smart-FIT Interior Structure Design (SFIS)
Smart-FIT interior structure design utilizes its compact size to support both Mini ITX and Mini DTX form factor motherboard, thus providing the flexibility for integrators to choose their system components while minimizing overall system cost.

Optimal Thermal Performance
With an 8cm case fan, BM Series provides exceptional cooling performance while solving the heat dissipation problem appears in traditional Small Form Factor PC case.

Superior Acoustic Performance (˜30dB)
SFF PC case with supreme acoustic performance (30dB), while meeting Intel & AMD CPU’s low power consumption and high efficiency standard.

Easy Integration
BM Series not only supports Mini ITX and Mini DTX form factor motherboard, but also allows users to install a stock CPU cooler for better thermal performance, hence providing an ever easier installation with existing standard component while helping users to minimize product cost.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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