Anidees AI Crystal Tempered Glass Chassis Review

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Anidees AI Crystal Tempered Glass Chassis Review

There’s a big trend in the chassis market this last year or so, as more and more brands shift from plastic side panel windows, to huge chunks of tempered glass. If you really care about having a system that looks like a premium quality product, and having a great way to show off your new build and hardware, then tempered glass is the way to go.

Equipped with durable build quality, 5mm thick tempered glass on both sides and the front panel, four premium quality white LED fans pre-installed, and room for a decent amount of hardware, the Anidees AI-Crystal sounds like a fantastic building block for any system build.

It’ll support up to an E-ATX motherboard, up to 360mm radiators, extra long graphics cards, ATX power supplies and plenty of storage, so high-end gaming rigs and workstations should prove no problem for the AI-Crystal, now, let’s get it out of the box and take a closer look at what it has to offer!

  • Supports E-ATX (12″x13″EEB), XL-ATX, ATX, m-ATX, mini-ITX MB.
  • High end comportments support.
  • Supports 360/280/240 mm on top or 360/280/240 mm Radiator in front
  • Dust filter in the front and top, and under the PSU for easy maintenance
  • Metal SSD cage behind MB tray
  • Air cooling support up to 7 fans
  • 5mm thickness tempered glass as side panels and front panel
  • Fan controller and Fan Hub included
  • Include 4 x 140mm White LED Fans
  • Available now
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One Response to “Anidees AI Crystal Tempered Glass Chassis Review”
  1. Greg Bryett says:

    This case is actually made by Jonsbo. I have one of these that has been re-branded by Rosewill and called the Cullinan. I love it. Great case to work with. I swapped out the standard fans for Corsair RGB and moved my watercooled build in to it. You can likely find the Anidees case cheaper without fans.



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