Jonsbo has come up with a new housing reference. The brand has announced its D300, a reference offering a side glass panel that extends right to the front panel. The absence of a pillar gives a clear view of the entire machine. A trend the brand has been following since its TK-1 and TK-2 models.
D300: a case with a curved glass panel!
With this model, the brand puts forward a compact reference that will only accept micro-ATX or mini-ITX motherboards. Despite this, there’s plenty of room for the graphics card: 43 cm, while the CPU cooler benefits from a clearance of 18 cm in height and 20 cm in depth for the power supply.
There’s plenty of room for ventilation, with no less than ten 120 mm fan slots. As for watercooling, compatibility with 360 mm radiators is guaranteed at the top.
The case is also distinguished by the presence of openings for the installation of Project Zero (MSI) or ASUS BTF motherboards. In simple terms, these are boards whose connectors migrate to the rear of the PCB to hide cables as far as possible.
Finally, there are three storage slots, with a maximum of two 2.5″ slots. As for dimensions, the case measures 236.4 (W) x 460.2 (D) x 420.9 (H) mm.