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MJOLNIR high performance minimalistic PC Case

minimalistic PC Case

minimalistic PC Case

Thor Zone a Swedish startup dedicated to making high-end and minimalistic “but not boring” PC hardware has launched a new Kickstarter campaign for their MJOLNIR compact high-end PC case. Offering a wide hardware support range the small compact PC case can be used to build an epic gaming rig or a powerful workstation. Watch the videos below to learn more about the PC case which is now available via Kickstarter with earlybird pledges of available offering a discount and worldwide shipping expected to take place during May 2020.

“MJOLNIR is our way of showing the world that it’s possible to create a modern & clean mini-ITX case that doesn’t lack in performance or intriguing design. To pre-order MJOLNIR and bring it to life, click Back This Project. Or scroll on and discover our journey — one we hope you’ll join 🙂 In a nutshell, it’s the hammer of Th…*Ahem*…it’s a compact high-end mini-ITX case that supports full-sized PC hardware — such as NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti and Intel Core i9 9900K — leaving you with freedom to create anything from an epic gaming rig to a powerful workstation. However, after almost three years in development, the story is far from over.”

“More often than not, traditional PC cases are huge, have a boring or exaggerated (i.e. too “gamery”) design and built out of fragile sheet metal. MJOLNIR is the complete opposite. At 9.7L it’s no larger than your typical shoebox, but offers the hardware support of a much larger case. The beautiful rounded corners, flush surfaces and satin finish look great in any environment — whether it’s at work or on a gaming desk. To really flex it’s muscles, the case is milled out of solid blocks of aluminum — resulting in insane build quality and robustness.”

Source: Kickstarter

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