FSP has detailed its open-frame T-Wings CMT710 chassis, designed for hardcore gamers and professional game streamers that want maximum style, allowing for integration of to systems into one chassis. The new case can accommodate an E-ATX as well as an Mini-ITX motherboard at the same time, two PSUs, multiple graphics cards, and several storage drives.

FSP’s open-frame 2-in-1 T-Wings CMT710 chassis has two open chambers semi-covered with 4-mm tempered glass panels: one for the E-ATX side, another for Mini-ITX half. Each chamber can accomodate its own PSU: an ATX one for the former, as well as an SFX/SFX-L one for the latter. The PCs can be cooled down using two liquid-cooling systems with up to 360-mm radiators that promise to provide enough cooling performance even for high-end components.

One of the interesting — and stylish — features of the T-Wings CMT710 case is its addressable RGB LED lightbar that is located between the ‘wings’, or chambers. Obviously, behavior of the RGB lightbar can be controlled using stanard software from leading motherboards vendors.

When it comes to expandability, FSP’s T-Wings CMT710 supports everything that E-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards have to offer, such as eight expansion cards (i.e., graphics cards of up to 380-mm) for the larger platform, and two expansion cards for the smaller platform. In addition, the case can house two 3.5-inch storage bays as well as three 2.5-inch storage devices. The case also has a 40-mm space inbetween the chamber halves for cable management.

To make usage of the PCs easier in terms of accessibility, the front panel of the T-Wings CMT710 has two 3.5-mm audio connectors, one USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, and two USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A connectors.

FSP did not say when it plans to start selling its T-Wings CMT710 chassis, how much it is going to cost, or whether this is going to be a limited-edition product. Meanwhile, FSP does offer the chance to win the case through a lottery on their website.

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  • Guspaz - Friday, March 6, 2020 - link

    This thing is both hideous and impractical. Why not just use a test bench as a case at that point?
  • Thud2 - Friday, March 6, 2020 - link

    What a coincidence. I was just looking at my PC case this morning and said to mysel "Yunno, what this case really needs is some sharp metal edges pointing up towards my eyes".
  • FreckledTrout - Friday, March 6, 2020 - link

    Someone had to sketch this and someone else had to so say wow that's nice lets make it. Those someone's should rethink life.
  • Qasar - Friday, March 6, 2020 - link

    kind of looks like Optimus Primes' head to me
  • tlmiller76 - Saturday, March 7, 2020 - link

    Optimus crackhead prime....
  • rocky12345 - Saturday, March 7, 2020 - link

    OMG this is the coolest thing I have ever seen. I can't believe I typed that without cracking a key cap.
    As someone else said it looks like Optimus Primes head kinda sorta. So I guess if your into decapitated transformers this is the case for you.
  • meacupla - Saturday, March 7, 2020 - link

    I kinda like it.

    It takes function (cooling) over form, yet doesn't look like it was designed by someone catering to a focus group.
  • nerd1 - Saturday, March 7, 2020 - link

    Looks HUUUGE with terrible airflow and no dust protection. WHY?
  • PeachNCream - Saturday, March 7, 2020 - link

    I hope they weren't planning to sell one of those cases to someone when they were in a drug-induced haze while designing it.
  • DanNeely - Monday, March 9, 2020 - link

    If the last half dozen years have shown us anything, it's that you can walk into a lifestock pasture, pick up some of the sticky lumps on the ground, stuff Frag Harder Disco Lights into them and sell them to gamers who've been brain damaged by something. (Excess consumption of energy drinks??? Sitting in a chair for 40 hours strait immediately after release day???)

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