HYTE Y60 Modern Aesthetic Dual Chamber Panoramic Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Computer Gaming Case with PCIE 4.0 Riser Cable Included, White (CS-HYTE-Y60-BW)

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HYTE Y60 Modern Aesthetic Dual Chamber Panoramic Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Computer Gaming Case with PCIE 4.0 Riser Cable Included, White (CS-HYTE-Y60-BW)

HYTE Y60 Modern Aesthetic Dual Chamber Panoramic Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Computer Gaming Case with PCIE 4.0 Riser Cable Included, White (CS-HYTE-Y60-BW)

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Single tempered glass panels are everywhere - but why limit your view to just one angle? We created a wrap-around glass profile in the Y60, elevating your PC into a functional art piece that can be admired and photographed from nearly any view. Oh, and it’s removable, in case you want to take your liquid cooling mods WAY outside the box ;) By restructuring the case in this way, Hyte was able to create a corner-office case with nothing between the front and left panels, for a more open view of your internal components. The front panel itself is a sheet of tempered glass without any fans behind it, and the same is true of the left panel. A third glass panel (really more of a strip) occupies the corner between the two to accentuate the design and smooth out the transition. This makes the Y60 as much a display case for your gear as a conventional PC case. For as long as I can remember, I've had love of all things tech, spurred on, in part, by a love of gaming. I began working on computers owned by immediate family members and relatives when I was around 10 years old. I've always sought to learn as much as possible about anything PC, leading to a well-rounded grasp on all things tech today. In my role at PCMag, I greatly enjoy the opportunity to share what I know.

Continuing our product announcement series for 2022, we think you’re going to love our first ATX PC case, the Y60. No corner pillar. The Y60 features a 3-piece panoramic tempered glass design for the ultimate photo and display potential. See your build the way it was meant to be seen from the left or right side of your desk with a simple turn. The three pre-installed Flow FE12 fans with fluid-dynamic bearings provide whisper-quiet operation. It's also important to note that the case has only three full-height add-on card slots, all of which are vertical. There are seven half-height slots that run horizontally, but there's no way to change the configuration, so it's impossible to add a second full-height card in this case. Adding half-height cards is also slightly challenging, as the riser card will once again be an obstruction. With vertical orientation can come some cooling challenges; don’t worry, we thought of that too. Our “cold floor” design uses lateral vents to draw air up from the bottom of your chassis, removing hot spots and allowing more airflow. Panoramic Views

The Hyte Y60 is an interesting PC case that can be the foundation of a stunning build if you play your parts right. If you're looking to show off your components, the Y60 is one of the best chassis you can buy to do just that. If aesthetics is your top priority, it's a no-brainer. You mount the power supply behind the motherboard mounting tray, and this aspect of the building process is smooth sailing. A platform is in place to hold the PSU, with nothing at all to get in the way of inserting it. Conveniently placed cut-outs in the motherboard mounting tray also help with running cables directly where they need to go. The cut-outs are positioned and angled to be out of view when looking through the tempered glass, for a tidier finished build. Another thing we love to do at LiquidHaus is mixing and matching brands. Sometimes you can get a great synergy between brand aesthetics or even functionality that you simply can’t find when you decide to go with just one brand, especially for watercooling components. Furthermore, while you can install the motherboard after removing the exhaust fan, if you want to continue using that fan you'll need to install it somewhere else in the case, as it can't be reinstalled if a rear I/O shroud is present.

One of the coolest methods of creating mods these days is through the use of 3D models. HYTE was gracious enough to send over the model for the Y60 so that we could take full advantage of what the Y60 is, and what we could do with it. At LiquidHaus, we take pride in doing things differently in attainable ways, with minimal equipment required. The vision for the Y60 was to make a chassis that displays everything you want, and hides everything else. You’ve already blown us away with some incredible REVOLT 3 builds and mods. We can’t wait to see the amazing PCs that get built in here! More Specs There's room at the top of the case to add up to three 120mm fans or up to a 360mm water cooler. An internal fan mounting location beside the motherboard tray can hold two 120mm or 140mm fans or up to a 280mm water cooler.Our build features traditional building techniques, along with a little specialized acrylic work and some classic modding, to achieve a unique look. Building a system inside the Hyte Y60 is a mixed bag, with some notable annoyances. A few notable oversights make installing the motherboard more problematic than usual. In particular, we had to remove the preinstalled 120mm fan from the rear of the case before we could install a motherboard. Another aspect of this industry, however, is being able to accomplish what you want in the timeline that you have. Every project is different for timelines, and it can sometimes become the biggest challenge. Before we started modding and building up this PC, we wanted to get a sort of reference or direction on what some of the people at HYTE were looking forward to seeing. Being that this is our second project with HYTE, you can’t do the same mod twice in a row. Like Basher says in Ocean’s Thirteen, “You don’t do the same gag twice, you do the next gag.”

Nowadays, it’s easy to find computers on the internet that have been created utilizing CNCs, lathes, even automotive paint booths. Those are all awesome of course, but the team at LiquidHaus also realizes that 99% of people out there don’t have regular access to that sort of equipment. As GPUs have gotten beefier (and let’s face it, more expensive), they’ve also become the star of PC builds. You worked hard to get that GPU, so why wouldn’t you want to show it off? The Y60 is a mid-tower PC chassis, designed to showcase your GPU in exclusively vertical orientation. We built in a PCIE 4.0 cable for that very reason.Hyte says it designed the Y60 with liquid cooling in mind, with the cooler radiator attached to the internal fan mount. This would help to improve airflow significantly, as the water cooler could pull air into the case through the right-side panel. If you opt to use an air cooler, however, Hyte indicates that you'll see higher CPU and GPU temperatures. For that reason, the company recommends that you buy two case fans and install them on the internal fan mount if using an air cooler.

The issue is that the fan is set slightly too close to the rear I/O panel. Many motherboards today have preinstalled rear I/O shields and shrouds, which respectively help ease installation and improve the board's aesthetics. All of the motherboards we had on hand for testing employed this design, and none of them could be installed into the Hyte without first removing the fan. This likely wouldn't be a problem if you used a motherboard with a detached rear I/O shield and no rear shroud, but as essentially all high-end boards nowadays have a rear I/O shroud, it's a fairly significant design flaw. The beveled edge also serves as a bottom-front I/O, keeping your desk setup clean and functional. A Better Way to Build

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