The company, known for being a major graphics cards assembler, has introduced its first computer tower.
The XFX Type 1 Bravo is the first foray of the company in the market for computer cases. It is a mid-tower model compatible with ATX motherboards, especially designed to accommodate the longest graphics cards on the market, including dual graphics like the 7990 or the GTX 690.
It measures 518 x 232 x 562 mm, quite big for a mid-tower. Inside there is room for three 5.25-inch bays and eight 3.5-inch ones, convertible to 2.5 inches for smaller or SSD hard drives.
It features eight expansion bays, so we will not have problems in multi-GPU configurations or if you want to add extra features with expansion cards in the PCI-e. As for the cooling solutions, there’s a large fan in the front (200 mm), together with another of the same size on the top and a smaller 140mm in the lower back area, and we also have room for two 140 mm fans on the sides.
It has a curious design decorated with a red stripe that flashes and unlike many towers "for gamers”, it doesn’t have see-through areas. It can be found for 130 USD along with 5 year warranty.