Akasa Cypher HDB case is designed for Intel NUC 11 Extreme Compute Elements module

Akasa has announced the Cypher HDB chassis for small form factor desktops. These can be gaming-grade systems with a discrete graphics accelerator.

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The product is completely made of aluminum. Dimensions are 200.6 x 392.8 x 274.5 mm. Perforations in the sides and top provide good air circulation and efficient cooling.

Installation of computing modules Intel NUC 11 Extreme Compute Element-H (Driver Bay) is allowed: NUC11DBBi5 based on Core i5-11400H, NUC11DBBi7 with Core i7-11700B processor and NUC11DBBi9 with Core i9-11900KB chip. In addition, Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element-H (Ghost Canyon) and Intel NUC 9 Pro Compute Element-H (Quartz Canyon) solutions can be applied.

Inside there is a place for a video card with 2.5 slots up to 330 mm long. In addition, a 2.5-inch drive can be installed.

There are two USB Type-A ports on the front panel. It is possible to mount an SFX power supply unit with a capacity of up to 1000 W. The price of the new item has not been specified at the moment.


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