ENDORFY Launch its New Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB Cases

ENDORFY (the new name of SilentiumPC) has announced the launch of two brand-new Regnum 400 PC Cases which focus on high airflow and clean appearance. The Regnum 400 Air aims for ultimate cooling and comes with four pre-installed Stratus 120 PWM case fans, while the Regnum 400 ARGB is using four ARGB-enabled Stratus 120 PWM fans.

With the new series, users can build systems that not just look cool but are well-equipped to cool the latest hardware. Up to 8 fans can be installed in the Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB to further maximize the cooling capacity. Thanks to the big tempered-glass side panel, users get a great view of the components and the ARGB backlit core of the system in the case of the Regnum 400 ARGB version.

ENDORFY Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB Cases

With the new ENDORFY Regnum 400 series, users won’t have to worry about system overheating. Four pre-installed Stratus 120 PWM fans are forming the basis for solid cooling. Three of the fans are located in the front and the fourth is in the back of the chassis. This allows for an inaudible steady flow or performance-driven airflow when needed. These quiet heroes run on robust fluid dynamic bearings and can be controlled through a PWM signal from 1.400 down to 200 RPM. The Regnum 400 series was designed with superb airflow in mind. In order to achieve this, ENDORFY utilizes a huge mesh-front panel and a magnetic mesh dust filter on the top. Additional fans can be installed to further boost the airflow, making the Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB even more versatile.


Fits like a glove
Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB are the perfect base for every modern system. It is built to satisfy users’ demands by offering great compatibility and plenty of space for high-end components. It is fits liquid cooling systems with 360 mm on the front of the case and up to 280 mm on the top. Users with air coolers can utilize models with a height of up to 162 mm. Graphic card compatibility is covered as well: Regnum 400 series supports models with up to 370 mm in length. Furthermore, up to four 2,5″ or two 2.5″ and two 3.5″ drives can be mounted easily inside the case.

Light it up with ARGB
The ARGB-enabled Regnum 400 ARGB offers a fabulous look right out of the box. With its customizable backlighting, it can easily become the centrepiece of every ARGB-focused setup. Thanks to the four pre-installed Stratus 120 PWM ARGB fans in combination with the built-in controller, all fans can be integrated with the ARGB signal distributor. The set is compatible with all “ARGB” ENDORFY products and with some products of other manufacturers, allowing for easy synchronization of the backlight of the entire setup.

Where Can I Learn More?

ENDORFY has confirmed that the new Regnum 400 PC case series should be hitting retailers imminently. If you would, therefore, like to learn more about these new chassis designs, you can check out the official product website links below:

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