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Sorme MAX602 Mid Tower / Entry Level Server Chassis

Company: Sormé Design Inc.
Product: MAX602 PC Mid Tower Chassis
Date Reviewed: June 8, 2004
Retail price: ~$75 USD
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel

Introduction:

Sormé Design's MAX602 mid tower / entry level server case offers consumers a more elegant look with a distinctive "genuine" brushed stainless steel perforated front design. Functionality is superb, as this case is based on the ever popular Chemming ATX602. The MAX602 is available in both steel & aluminum, a variety of colors, side window (optional), and 500W power supply (also optional).

 

Specifications:

Case Type Entry Level Server / Mid Tower
Case Dimension 8.1" x 20.6" x 18.6"
205mm x 522mm x 473mm
Drive Bays:  
 - Front Accessible 5 x 5.25" , 2 x 3.5"
 - Internal 5 x 3.5" HDD
Main Board Size ATX
Power Supply ATX PS/2
Expansion Slots 7
Front Connection Ports Dual USB2.0 ports,
IEEE 1394 Port, Audio Port
Cooling System 6 x 80mm fans
- 2 front
- 2 rear
- 1 on side plastic
Window (optional)
- 1 on the top cover (optional)
Material 1.0mm SECC or Aluminum
Package Size 3.4 Cubic Feet
11.2" x 24" x 21.8"
285 x 610 x 554 mm
Net/Gross Weight
(w/o Power Supply)
24/26 LB (11/12 KG) - Steel
16/18 LB (7/8 KG) - Aluminum

*Quality craftsmanship right down to the smallest detail—like the extendable case mount feet for added stability. Includes all mounting hardware, caselock keys and four snap-in fan mounts.

  • Screwless, lockable side cover for convenience and security
  • Sliding, external drive assembly
  • Tool-free internal drive bays for convenient assembly
  • EMI shielding designed to support FCC requirements
  • Removable Motherboard tray
  • Up to six 80mm cooling fans
  • Exchangeable ATX 2.01 version I/O shield
  • Quick removable internal HDD with shock mount
  • Hemmed edges for safe access
  • Front USB + IEEE 1394 Firewire

*Info courtesy Sorme website

 





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