MONTECH Launches Mainstream SKY TWO Case with Unique Airflow

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MONTECH, an innovative PC components and peripherals brand, has announced the SKY TWO, a mainstream mid-tower case with front and side tempered glass panels that supports Mini-ITX to E-ATX motherboards and is said to offer top cooling performance thanks to its unique airflow configuration featuring a fine mesh bottom front panel and side panel, including three pre-installed fans.

  • Front and side tempered glass panels for unobstructed view
  • Unique airflow with fine mesh intake from the bottom of front and side panel
  • Supports motherboards from Mini-ITX to E-ATX, and 360mm radiator on top
  • Supports the latest NVIDIA 4000 series GPUs
  • 3 x pre-installed RX120 reversed blades 120mm ARGB/PWM fans with fan controller hub, 1 x pre-installed AX120 fan at the rear
  • Available in Black (US $99.99), Pristine White (US $105.99), Morocco Blue (US $119.99)
Product NameSKY TWO
Exterior ColorBlack, Pristine White, Morocco Blue
Dimensions (LxWxH)430x215x490mm
Motherboard SupportE-ATX/ATX/Micro ATX/Mini ITX
Fan SupportTop: 3 x 120 / 2 x 140mm
Side: 2 x 120mm
Bottom: 2 x 120mm
Rear: 1 x 120mm
Radiator SupportTop: 120//240/280/360mm
Rear: 120mm
ClearancesGPU: 400mm
CPU: 168mm
PSU: 210mm
Power Supply SupportBottom mount, ATX
Expansions Slots7
Drive Bays3.5” = x 2
2.5” = x 4
I/O Port2 x USB3.0, 1 x USB Type C, 1 x HD Audio, 1 x Mic, LED Button
Included Fans3 x RX120 Reversed Blades ARGB/PWM 120mm (Front)
1 x AX120 ARGB/PWM 120mm (Rear)
Speed: 800-1600 RPM
Airflow: 59 CFM
Air Pressure: 1.8 mm H2O
Noise: 27 dBA
AccessoryFan hub with 6 x ARBG/PWM headers

The SKY TWO offers a unique airflow approach with the lower portion of the front and left side panel designed with a fine mesh optimized for airflow and dust filtration. This concept ensures plenty of air is pushed through the PSU shroud and fed into the fans above it, providing a direct supply of fresh air to the GPU. In addition, the 3 pre-installed RX120 120mm ARGB/PWM fans (2 at the side and 1 at the bottom) feature a reverse blade design which allows them to be installed as intake with their best side visible. An additional 120mm ARGB/PWM fan is pre-installed at the rear of the SKY TWO to create a balanced out-of-the-box thermal solution.

The SKY TWO is equipped with two tempered glass panels, one at the front and one on the left side of the case, allowing a full view of the PC hardware installed inside, and easily removable to provide an unrestricted building experience. Users are presented with great configuration possibilities with the SKY TWO’s compatibility for Mini-ITX to E-ATX motherboards, 168mm tall CPU cooling towers support, up to a 360mm radiator at the top, and up to 400mm long GPUs, enough to support the latest NVIDIA 4000 series graphics without any issues. In addition, the SKY TWO can support up to 2 x HDDs/SSDs in the PSU chamber drive cage, and 2 x SSDs in the second chamber, which is also equipped with 3 large Velcro straps, and a fan hub capable to support up to 6 ARGB and PWM devices (with 3 ports each populated by the pre-installed fans).

The SKY TWO is available in classic black, a Pristine white, and a special Morocco blue. The Pristine White edition is an inside-out all-white design with white rubber grommets, white fans, and silver screws. The Morocco Blue edition, each part of the case features a unique blue from the tempered glass panel’s edges to the fans, grommets, and case screws.

The AX120 PWM and RX120PWM (reversed fan) are also sold separately, MSRP $8.90 in black, and $9.90 in white. The reversed blade design complements builds with more intake fans while maintaining a great aesthetics. Users can also opt for the VGM Vertical GPU Mounting at MSRP$59. The vertical GPU kit comes with a 220mm PCIe 4.0 riser card and is compatible with any case with 7 PCIe expansion slots.

MONTECH has confirmed that its SKY TWO cases are now available via Amazon.

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Tsing Mui
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