ENDORFY has introduced two new PC cases: the ENDORFY Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB. Both are supposed to convince with a high airflow and a modern, appealing design.
ENDORFY Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB in detail
The ENDORFY Regnum 400 Air is designed for maximum cooling and comes with four pre-installed Stratus 120 PWM case fans, while the Regnum 400 ARGB also uses four Stratus 120 PWM fans but with ARGB lighting.
In total, there is room for up to eight fans in the two cases. The ARGB variant also offers a tempered glass side panel that allows a view of the installed components.
Three of the fans are located at the front of the case and the fourth at the back. This allows for an inaudible, steady breeze or power-oriented airflow when needed. Thanks to robust FDB bearings and a PWM signal from 1,400 to as low as 200 rpm, customization of the fans is possible. A large mesh front with magnetic mesh dust filter on the top provide additional airflow enhancement.
A lot of space for modern components
The two cases ENDORFY Regnum 400 Air and Regnum 400 ARGB also offer plenty of space and should satisfy even the highest demands. They are suitable for the use of AIO water cooling radiators with 360 mm at the front of the case and radiators up to 280 mm at the top.
Graphics cards can be up to 370 mm long, and up to four 2.5-inch drives or two 2.5-inch and two 3.5-inch drives can be installed. In the Regnum 400 ARGB, the illuminated fans have an integrated controller to control the lighting.
Other ARGB products from the manufacturer and some products from other manufacturers, though they don’t mention them in detail, are also said to be compatible, allowing for easy backlight synchronization of the entire setup.
Prices and Availability
The ENDORFY Regnum 400 series is available in stores now. The MSRP for the Regnum 400 Air is 85.00 euros, while that for the Regnum 400 Air ARGB is 96.00 euros. Both cases come with a 3-year warranty from the manufacturer.