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Starker: after fans, ADATA is also going into enclosures!

Starker: after fans, ADATA is also going into enclosures!


After having told you about the fans Vento Pro, ADATA announces that it is going to start working with PC cases. Indeed, the brand specialised in memory is launching the Starker, a rather compact medium-range case!



Starker: a first enclosure for ADATA!




With this new model, the brand offers us a rather compact medium tower reference. Thus, this model has dimensions of 215 (W) x 400 (D) x 465 (H) mm. In terms of design, the brand has chosen simplicity with a solid front and a small touch of RGB.



Inside, the layout remains classic with a motherboard installed above the power supply. Moreover, the case will accommodate cards in ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX format.



On the storage side, it remains something classic too with two SSD boards (2.5″) on the back of the motherboard. This set is completed by a HDD cage allowing the installation of a 3.5″ hard disk and a second 3.5″/2.5″ slot. Finally, if required, the power tunnel can accommodate one more unit.




The ventilation section can accommodate up to six 120 mm fans. Three of them will be placed at the front, two in the top and one at the back. In the watercooling area, a 360 mm radiator can be installed at the front and a 240/280 mm radiator at the top.



Compatibility with the components is a quick conclusion. In the case of the Starker, the brand announces the support of a 165 mm high fan, a 160 mm deep power supply and a 350 mm long GPU.



Once again, we do not know the price of this model.





Click here for the ADATA data sheet!




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