ID-Cooling showcased new open air chassis at Computex 2016. The Stream chassis are open air tumbler framed chassis, which used not just as a frame but as tubing for liquid cooling.
The frame has G1/4” threads for connecting your loop to the chassis and coolant will flow through the chassis. This concept makes routing of water cooling loop super clean and easy. ID-Cooling showcased four chassis, The Stream 1, Stream 2, Stream 3 and Stream 4.
The Stream 1 and Stream 2 both have six water cooling connectors and space for a 240mm, two 2.5” SSDs with micro-ATX support. The Stream 1 has support for one 267mm long graphics card and Stream 2 has support for two 280mm graphics cards with one additional 120mm radiator.
The Stream 3 has supports for ATX motherboard with two graphics cards, a 360mm radiator support with 3.5” and 2.5” drive one of each. Stream 3 also has six inbuilt G1/4” threads.
Last and final Stream 4 also a micro-ATX chassis but it has a VESA mount on the back side for monitor mounting. It has support for one 240mm radiator and two inbuilt G1/4” threads.
The Stream Chassis are targeted for high-end system builders and modders. ID-Cooling says the Stream 1 and 2 are in mass production and will be available by the end of the month for $269.99 and $ 299.99. The Stream 3 and 4 will come later.