Raijintek Pan Slim – Not just a case, but also a monitor stand

The new Pan Slim from Raijintek is a slim and stylish mini-ITX case that holds high-end components and can also serve as a monitor stand.

Flat and yet a lot of space

The new mini-ITX case from Raijintek is not just a case, it can also serve as a display stand. The dimensions of the case are thereby 590 x 348 mm, with a height of 155 mm. With the Pan Slim, the focus is of course on the hardware. So that high-end hardware can also be used, the case has been kept flat and also wide. The mainboard is placed in the center. In addition, there is an HDD cage, which offers enough space for a 2.5-inch drive and two 3.5-inch HDDs. Next to the PCB on the right side, two 120 mm fans or a 240 mm radiator can be mounted. Since the Raijintek Pan Slim is a flat case, the radiators have to be flat as well.

If you want to use AiO cooling, the limit is approximately 60 mm. The manufacturer doesn’t have any more precise information on this. However, the air supply will be limited since there are no openings above the cooler. The air vents are located at the bottom of the case under the graphics card in the Raijintek Pan Slim. The graphics card itself is placed to the left of the motherboard with a riser cable. The Pan Slim has three slots, so high-end products can also be used with the graphics card. MSI trio graphics cards should also have room in the Raijintek Pan Slim. In addition to such a graphics card, there is also room for a mini-ITX power supply and three 2.5-inch HDDs. The Pan Slim supports SFX power supplies, which is installed next to the motherboard just like the graphics card. The front of the case is where the ports are found. There are two USB 3.0 Type A ports and one USB 3.0 Type C port here.

Availability and price

When the Raijintek Pan Slim will be available and at what price is not yet known. However, the price will not be low, this will probably be between 250 and 300 euros.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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