Hyte is a subsidiary of long-running gaming PC maker iBuyPower. Very rare Y60 PC case last year.
This model deviates from the standard square prism shape of most PC cases since time immemorial by adding an extra bend in the front left corner. For strangers, the entire corner, front, and sides of the case were all tempered glass.
The result is an aquarium-like case that shows off all the hard work you put into building a PC that’s better than any other.
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Now, Hyte is back with a fresh take on the same philosophy that yielded to the traditionalists a bit. The Hyte Y40 still has an all-glass front left corner, but sticks to the standard mid-tower-sized square prism shape.
Similar to the Y60, this new model has some other striking design elements, such as a built-in riser card for the GPU. This allows you to mount all your fancy fans and his RGB lighting (often hidden in other cases) so you can place them. front and center. The overall vent design and placement is also reminiscent of the Death Star’s particularly opulent offices.
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In addition to the “fancy” riser cable, the case also includes two 120mm fans, which you can position to your liking. For those interested in water cooling part or all of their system, the Y40 has three radiator placements: side (max 280mm radiator), rear (max 120mm) and top (max 360mm). you’ll want to know For air cooling he can also use a total of 5 120mm fan slots.
While far from being the biggest PC case around, Hyte made sure that the Y40 has plenty of room to fit even the most comically oversized video cards to come out of the latest generation, and even giant triple slots. did. NVIDIA RTX 4090 model.
The slightly more traditional Y40 is $50 off the price of the Y60 for $150.of Y40 is now available from Amazonand from Hyte’s online store.