FSP T-Wings, a box to mount two PCs at once

FSP T-Wings, a box to mount two PCs at once

Maximum performance in the minimum space, or rather we should say maximum hardware in the minimum space. The FSP manufacturer has shown its new FSP T-Wings, a dual and symmetrical box that allows you to install a complete PC on each side and without sacrificing high-end hardware, since it is compatible with both liquid cooling systems as with large hardware, such as E-ATX format motherboards.

FSP T-Wings: a box for two complete systems

Unlike the few boxes for dual systems on the market, in this FSP T-Wings we can assemble two complete systems, that is, we will not have to “share” the power supply between the two and we will not have to settle for a normal system and other mini ITX. In other words, we can ride two complete PCs with all its hardware in the same box.

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For this, the manufacturer has arranged a double open concept symmetrical with tempered glass panels on the sides that will allow us to see all the internal hardware. Of course, the box is quite wide, and seems designed to be able to access the internal hardware of both systems with ease.

Little more can we tell you about this box since FSP has only sent us a “teaser” of it, without giving specifications or anything but announcing that it will be officially presented at the CES 2020 fair, which will take place in Las Vegas between 7 and January 10 of next year. However, according to the images they have shown, some interesting things can be seen.

We can see that it is compatible with ATX format power supplies, motherboards E-ATX format and graphics cards probably of any length, as well as of any height, may be the processor heatsinks (or at least 170 mm high that is the highest in the market). It can also be seen on the front space for three 120mm fans, or what is the same, we can install radiators up to 360 mm in length.

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On the front panel we can see a large power button and two smaller ones, which we assume will be the reset buttons of both devices (but why only one power button?). We also have two audio minijaks, two USB 3.0 and a USB-C.

At the moment there is no more data, much less about the release date and price, for which we will leave doubts when they make the official announcement at CES 2020.


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