Asus Delivers Stylish VENTO TA-M2 Chassis

Asus' VENTO chassis line has been around for years, and with the introduction of the TA-M2, we're led to believe that it's still going strong. Like many gaming enclosures today, this one also sports a translucent side panel and plenty of LED lighting, but unlike most, there one has a touch of class to go along with all that pizzazz.

Right away, we're turned on by the screw-less design and advanced ventilation system. On that topic, we should note that the side panel fans are located on an adjustable plate for easy adjustments according to heat requirements. Needless to say, this really comes in handle when adjusting to target specific hotspots within the case. You'll also notice a mesh-designed front panel and side panel to further help keep temperatures down. Additionally, the case provides extra headroom to fit either a single graphics card of up to 380mm or SLI / CrossFire cards of up to 280mm, providing users with flexibility when it comes to choosing VGA cards.

The full list of specifications are below, but sadly, pricing and availability aren't included.
Chassis ATX/Micro-ATX SGCC 0.6mm
Dimension w/bezel w/foot stand 190 x 483 x 478 mm
Drive bay 4 x External 5.25" Optical Drive Bays
1 x External 3.5" Floppy Disk Drive Bays (from 5.25”)
4 x Internal 3.5" Hard Disk Drive Bays
Front I/O Ports USB2.0 x 2
Audio x 2
e-SATA x1 (Optional)
Expansion Slots PCI x 7
Ventilation Supports 1 x Front 120mm fan with LED light
Supports 1 x Rear 120mm fan
Supports 2 x Side 120mm fan with LED light (Optional)

Via:  Asus
recoveringknowitall 5 years ago

Very nice!

acarzt 5 years ago

I like it...I'd like to see it's insides tho :-P i'll have to go find some pics. Too bad I already got a Thermaltake Element S.

amdcrankitup 5 years ago

Kinda resembles my coolermaster 690 case! NICE

nelsoncp21 5 years ago

nice looking case. ALthough I am not a fan of alot of meshing except where needed for fans. They tend to let your case get really dusty alot faster then normal.

yoda8232 5 years ago

Reminds me of a vent, hence the name.

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