Most PC maker understand the size of their PC cases in liters, but MetalFish has lost this important spec for its Y2 Fish Tank Chassis. As with the entire tower, the dimensions of the tower, which are 370 x 250 x 290 mm (about 27 liters), would then give your fish a mere 13 liters to swim in. One thing is the Y2 fish tank seat, not just the first PC and fish tank seat, but also the other one. The metalFish Y2 Fish Tank Chassis sells for almost a year in China.
The Y2 Fish Tank Chassis, a new PC case from China’s MetalFish, has been introduced to the lineup. Given that it combines a Micro-ATX PC at the bottom with a fish tank above, the name is pretty fitting. If you enjoy computers and are searching for a new HTPC, this can be a wonderful option for you. Others believe that MetalFish’s new product will make owners feel tranquil and comfortable.
There’s no mention of the impact that the fish tank has on the cooling of your PC, but having such a mass atop can help keep your PC a bit cooler. It’s possible it may get messy when the computer sits for hours before your fish. In the case of a PC, the Fish Tank Chassis Y2 is the suitable motherboard for you with the Optimo-ATX/Mini-ITX. A single 2.5 mm drive is constructed of aluminum alloy, a twin 120 mm fan is provided, a 90 mm big CPU cooling solution and a camera card with a maximum of 20 mm of diameter. You have to install a tiny 1U or FlexATX power supply.
While considering the question of water quality, MetalFish bundles a battery-powered pump, filter, and carbonateter. LED light strip above the 5mm panel construction water tank is likewise supposed to be tuned in for fish and plant health, so it doesn’t possibly work well with the RGB gaming peripheral. This case is led by a unique RGB light, which can be turned on and off without a touch of a remote.
One thing is the Y2 fish tank seat, not just the first PC and fish tank seat, but also the other one. The metalFish Y2 Fish Tank Chassis sells for almost a year in China.