FSP CMT212A housing: familiar interior, renewed exterior

The new high-rise design of the FSP has a more beautiful, brighter and, last but not least, very well-ventilated design.


About two months ago, one of FSP’s newest, low-cost ATX high-rise buildings, the CMT212, was launched in Hungary, and was immediately available in three versions. No additional marking, only CMT212 The basic model, in which a single fan at the rear is located, CMT212A There are a total of four pieces in this version. The same is true of CMT212G version, but unlike the lattice fronts of the other two models, a glass front panel was placed at the front of the housing.


So we had a lattice version, which was framed with thick plastic, and the manufacturer’s metal-effect but plastic logo was placed on the bottom of the front panel as a decorative element. The grid can be snapped off from the bottom with a single movement, but it is worth doing so carefully, as an ARGB tape has been attached to each side of the grid, and the associated cable can be easily torn out of place.



At this point in the introduction, we can also find three 120mm fans mounted behind the front panel, free of PWM control and RGB, whose fourth brother is located on the back panel.


The two sides of the housing are covered with steel on the right and glass on the left, and it is also worth mentioning the side ventilation grilles that are part of the front panel. The two side panels are held in place by hand-release screws, which in the case of the steel plate are accessible from the back, while in the case of the glass panel, these are worth looking for in its four corners.


In addition to the power button and the front ARGB band control button, a USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 connectors and a 3.5 mm jack input and output have been added to the top of the housing, complete with a magnetic dust filter that runs almost the entire length of the housing. .


At the bottom, between the four plastic feet with rubber soles, we also find a dust filter, only it is much smaller than the previous one and its attachment is less elegant, but it is also suitable for the power supply. In addition to the filter, you can see a few cutouts and a screw, which play a role in securing and adjusting the position of the hard drive cage inside.

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Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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