Passively it can cool a CPU with a TDP of 150W and a GPU with a TDP of 250W
In September, MonsterLabo announced The Beast PC case, which can passively cool a CPU with a TDP of 150 W and a GPU with a TDP of 250 W, and in a configuration with two 140 mm fans – a CPU with a TDP of 250 W and a GPU with a TDP of 320 W. Then the manufacturer promised to start accepting pre-orders in October but did not name the price. Now an unusual novelty can already be ordered, thanks to which its price became known. The case was predictably not cheap. For the hulls of the first batch, they asked for 740 dollars, but it is already fully booked. Now we are accepting orders for the second batch of 800 dollars. Hulls from the third batch will cost 857 dollars each.
MonsterLabo The Beast case was not cheap
Package includes a 6mm thick aluminum case, two radiators, side panels made of aluminum or tinted tempered glass (customer’s choice), a front panel with a power button, audio connectors, one USB-C connector, two USB 2.0 ports, and two USB 3.1 Gen.2 ports. In addition, the buyer gets a GPU heat spreader, PCI Gen4 x16 riser, and a set of rear panel extension cables (1x HDMI, 2x Display Port, 4x USB 3.1 Gen.2, 1x USB Type C, 1x RJ45).
The shipment of the first batch of hulls should begin in January next year, the second in February, and the third at the end of the first quarter of 2021.