Just a few days after fellow Taiwanese manufacturer Cooler Master released the <strong>MasterCase H100<\/strong>, FSP is also on the headlines with the release of three new cases. The <strong>FSP CMT350<\/strong> is a <strong>mid-tower chassis<\/strong> while the<strong> FSP CST310<\/strong> and <strong>FSP<\/strong> <strong>CST311<\/strong> are compact <strong>micro-ATX chassis<\/strong>. What's more? A chance to <strong>win a $50 Steam code<\/strong> from 10th to 19th July to hype the launch.\r\n\r\nThe three cases feature an <strong>SPCC steel frame<\/strong>, and it's not just about the sturdiness, it's sleek as well. The sides have <strong>clear tempered glass panels<\/strong> allowing you a clear view of your components, including the RGB lighting in some models. There are no screws on the side panels courtesy of an easy <strong>'slide on'<\/strong> mechanism making installation and maintenance a buzz. Despite the many standard features, differences are profound.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/cowcotland\/status\/1148897675963584513\r\n\r\nAs mentioned earlier, the FSP CMT350 is a compact mid-tower case designed for hardcore gamers. This case supports the regular <strong>ATX size motherboards<\/strong> with up to 7PCI slots. Besides the standard size ATX motherboards, it also supports <strong>mini-ATX and micro-ATX formats<\/strong> making it such a versatile computer case. The maximum supported height for the CPU cooler is 160mm while the GPU card length shouldn't exceed 350mm.\r\n\r\nThe FSP CMT350 is spacious enough to accommodate one 360mm radiator and one 240mm radiator. At the front, it comes with two 120mm fans and at the rear is a 120mm <strong>addressable RGB fan<\/strong>. The <strong>included controller<\/strong> and fan RGB offer up to 20 different lighting modes and is compatible with MSI Mystic Light Sync, Asus Aura Sync, and Gigabyte RGB Fusion.\r\n\r\nRegarding storage, the CMT350 offers <strong>four storage bays<\/strong>; two for 2.5" SSD and two for 3.5" HDD. The unit also leaves some reasonable clearance and features two separate dust filters. It is designed with two USB 3.0 slots and an HD Audio port.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, the CST310\/CST311 are both <strong>compact micro-ATX cases<\/strong> with exact dimensions and weight. The two can support a CPU cooler of up to 163mm in height. As for the GPU card, the maximum length is 375mm. When it comes to storage, these micro-ATX cases have <strong>two 3.5" HDD bays<\/strong> and <strong>three 2.5" SSD bays<\/strong>. For connectivity, the duo features two USB 3.0 slots, two USB 2.0 slots, and an HD Audio port.\r\n\r\nThe CST310 and CST311 can support up to two 240mm fans. The CST310 is equipped with two 120mm fans at the front and a 120mm<strong> addressable RGB fan<\/strong> on the rear. As for the CST311, it is a cheaper option with the same fan layout minus the addressable RGB.\r\n\r\nThe <strong>FSP CMT350, CST310, and CST311<\/strong> are not yet in any of the US stores, but at least the retail prices are certain. The FSP CMT350 attracts a <strong>$95<\/strong> while the CST310 and CST311 will set you back <strong>$65<\/strong> and <strong>$53<\/strong> respectively.