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PC cases have been making an impressive display at this year’s CES with models such as this with auto-opening or closing the ventilation. HP recently introduced its latest Omen 27u display and showcased the new gaming cases for PCs. It is a more basic design but likely a more affordable, ingenious method to keep cool.

The latest Omen 45L ATX cases comes with a patent-pending Omen Cryo Chamber, which sits on the top of the primary cases. It can accommodate AiO liquid coolers of up to 360mm and operates by bringing cooler air from the outside of the tower into the chamber. Logically, this is cooler than using the air inside the cases, and there’s an intake similar to the one in the front.

HP claims that keeping this Cryo Chamber nicely separated results in CPU temperatures being 6C less than they’d usually be, and it also serves as a good to move this tower about. The side panels are simple to take off without the tools needed. The meetings will go on sale shortly, but there was no specific date.

When you’re purchasing the most suitable PC cases, there are many things to consider. Of course, the first one is whether it will meet your needs and a 45L cases makes it quite likely. Other factors to consider are cooling and noise, and accessibility to the contents.

In these areas, it’s clear that the Omen 45L ATX cases appears to be a big winner. One of the things that most buyers want is to design it’s a minimalist style. The boxy, tall black design is straightforward and familiar. The front provides a lovely view of three fans, and the back is transparent so that you get a clear glimpse of the insides as you determine what they’re.

If you’re unsure if an empty cases is what you want, HP also offers the Omen 45L desktop, which uses a similar design. It is available in customizable models that can hold up to 24GB of memory.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 3090 and AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT coupled with a 12th generation Intel i9 12900Kor AMD Ryzen 9 5900X. The top models include 64GB of DDR4 and 2TB SSD storage. They will sell for about $5,000.

Thankfully, less expensive and more powerful options will be available, and there are also options to choose between components, and the majority are brand names.

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