MonsterLabo unveils ‘The First’ passive-cooled chassis

MonsterLabo exhibited its compact’The First’ chassis at the Seasonic booth, which comes with a completely passive cooling system without fans.

The First from MonsterLabo can dissipate up to 200 W of heat
MonsterLabo unveils ‘The First’ passive-cooled chassis

With dimensions of 200 x 200 x 400 mm, the complete chassis weighs about 10 kg. It can accommodate a mini ITX motherboard, a graphics card up to 270 mm long, an ATX or SFX power supply, a 3.5-inch drive and three 2.5-inch drives.

The housing has a high-performance cooling solution and no fans capable of dissipating up to 200 W of heat. The radiator is shared between the processor and the graphics card. As we can see, the design is used vertically with great height, although it does not take up as much physical space to the sides.

However, if desired, a 120 or 140 mm fan can also be fitted, which can increase the cooling capacity to 300 W. For connectivity, the first one has two USB 3.0 ports on the front panel. Owners of this chassis will be able to fully customize the front panel with different painted, stamped skins and other surfaces such as glass, wood, copper or leather.

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MonsterLabo unveils ‘The First’ passive-cooled chassis

For the moment, we don’t know when the’The First’ chassis will be available for sale and at what price, but for those who like to have the completely silent equipment, this may be an option to consider in the future.