The case manufacturer Antec has teamed up with motherboard specialist AsRock for this open-air computer case in a limited edition. The Striker Phantom Gaming has an open-air case design and extensive support for water cooler systems so you can keep each of your components cool at all times. This is ideal for anyone interested in increasing the performance of their components by overclocking. They also went out of their way to simplify cable management as there is a conveniently placed channel to clear all cables out of the way.
Here are the full specifications:
- Craftsmanship of CNC cutting: Consisting of 4 mm tempered glass panes, aluminum and steel construction.
- Open-frame architecture: The unique framework offers options for a custom water cooling circuit.
- Front GPU holder: With the most innovative housing design, you can show your graphics card.
- White power supply covers: plenty of space for power supply and cable management.
- Compatible with standard ATX or SFX power supplies
- 4 x 120 mm fan bracket: Supports up to 2 x 120 mm fans at the rear and on the side.
- USB3.1 Type C Ready: Enjoy higher data transfer speeds and compatibility with next-generation peripherals
Motherboard support: ITX PCI-E riser cable included
Form factor: Mini tower
materials: Aluminum + steel (SPCC)
Motherboard support: ITX
Front access & controls: Power supply, USB 3.0 x 2, HD-AUDIO, TYPE C 3.1
Side wall: Hardened glass
Expansion and drive bays: 2 x internal 2.5-inch drive bays
- Rear: 1x120mm / 2 × 120 mm / 1x240mm
- Side: 1 x 120 mm / 2 × 120 mm / 1 x 240 mm
- Rear: 240MM
- Side: 240MM (support for Raidiator up to 40mm thick}
Maximum GPU length: 330 mm
Maximum power supply length: 160 mm
PCI-E riser cable: Included
warranty: 1 year
Weight: 7.47 kg
Dimensions: 420 x 260 x 410 mm (DxWxH)
The physical dimensions of this case are very large. So you need to make sure you have enough space to store it. It also has a fairly unique aesthetic that doesn’t suit every taste.
Pre-orders are not yet available, but there is already a store at Newegg.