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Hiper Anubis Mid Tower Case

Date: August  8, 2008
Product: Anubis ATX Mid Tower Chassis
Company: High Performance Group (Hiper)
Author: Patrick Rader

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In the world of computer enthusiasts there is always a competition to have the newest, coolest, and most innovative case. Hiper (High Performance Group) a company known for its computer power supplies is now jumping into the high end computer case market. Anubis is the Egyptian god of the dead, will the Anubis 'kill' all the other computer cases in the market? Read on to find out.

For those that do not know here is little bit about Hiper:

High Performance Group was founded in Milton Keynes/UK in 2001. Based on high-end marketing and technology expertise the company is now among the leading manufacturers of PC Components in the world with 6 offices and 3 warehouses. The brand name HIPER represents the cutting edge technology, quality, passion and entrepreneurial spirit of more than 250 employees throughout Europe, Asia and North America put in every single product that is shipped from our own manufacturing facilities.


Manufacturer Features and Specifications:

  • Model: HTC-1K614A1
  • Type: ATX Mid Tower
  • Color: Black
  • Case Material: 6063 T5 Alloy 3MM Aluminum
  • Motherboard Compatibility: ATX / MicroATX / FlexATX / ITX
  • Expansion Bays:
    • External 5.25" Drive Bays: 6
    • External 3.5" Drive Bays: 1
    • Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 4
    • Expansion Slots: 7
    • Front Ports: USB, Audio
  • Cooling System:
    • 1 x 120mm top fan (included)
    • 1 x 120mm intake fan (NOT included)
    • 1 x 80-120mm exhaust fan (NOT included)
  • Physical Specs:
    • Dimensions: 20.6" x 18.7" x 8.0"
    • Weight: 23.6 lbs.


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