FSP Announces the New T-WINGS 2-in-1 PC chassis

Today, FSP announced the official release for the T-Wings 2-in-1 High-end PC Chassis. Earlier this year at CES, we shared FSP showing off the unique T-Wings chassis. Below is our take on the look and feel of the chassis from CES.

The T-Wings chassis is a metal-framed unit designed to house two PC’s. We say inside loosely as this is an open-air case with panels covering the two compartments. The frame is made from laser-cut aluminum panels as well as tempered glass. Truth be told as it was configured, the case reminds me of a transformer’s head.

If you are interested in buying the FSP T-Wings CMT710 2-in-1 high-end PC chassis you can choose Black & Gold or Black & Red finishes. The MSRP of this chassis is right at $500. FSP has created a worldwide competition that runs until April 8th for those interested. Read on for the official press release and specifications.


TypeAluminum / Tempered Glass Open Frame Chassis
ColorBlack & Gold / Black & Red
MaterialsAnodized Aluminum, 4mm Tempered Glass
Dimensions624 x 455 x 530 mm
Motherboard SupportTwo motherboards
MB 1: E-ATX, ATX, Micro ATX, Mini-ITX
MB 2: Mini-ITX
External I/O port1 x USB 3.2 Type-C
2 x USB 3.1 Type-A
HD Audio
Maximum CPU Cooler Height155mm
VGA Card Length380mm
Expansion Slots8
Power Supply TypeTwo PSU
PSU 1: 240mm ATX PSU
Drive Bay3.5-inch HDD3
2.5-inch SSD2
Maximum Radiator Support360mm x 2 (optional)


FSP, the world leading manufacturer of PC power supplies, is delighted to announce its new stylishly innovative ‘T-WINGS’ (CMT710) PC chassis. The new T-WINGS chassis offers users the ability to combine two high-end PC systems into a single chassis.

Twin PC Systems in a Single Chassis

By housing two high-end systems into a single chassis, the T-WINGS save users space at home or in the office and can greatly speed up productivity. The main system supports up to EATX motherboard sizes for extreme gaming workstations and HEDT systems, while the sub-system supports mini-ITX motherboards that offers a wide range of capabilities. The benefits of this design include running two systems simultaneously, which frees up the systems from any lags, delays, or any excess loads that might cause system crashes. Content creators and streamers will benefit from this setup, which will allow them to record without interruptions, continually monitor and control the status of their recordings, and allow them to interact with their fans with ease.

New Stylish Design with Stunning 360-degree Views

The FSP T-WINGS showcases a new stylishly innovative semi open-chassis design that will undoubtedly turn heads. The stylish ‘T-WINGS’ chassis design has a unique wing shaped exterior featuring custom angular shapes with black anodized coating and accented with gold or red trim. The T-WINGS chassis unique design allows custom builders to create visually stunning PC systems.

Strong & Cool

The strong aluminum frame along with its 4mm tempered glass panels will protect valuable components from being exposed to your typical home or office environments while offering maximum heat dissipations through large ventilating gaps. The support for dual liquid cooling systems and dual power supplies ensures that both systems can reach their maximum respective performances with no limitations. The T-WINGS chassis can house graphic cards mounted both horizontally and vertically to suit many PC build styles. For users who need large local storage capacity, the T-WINGS chassis allows the user to install up to five drives total: two standard 3.5 size drives and three 2.5 size drives.

ARGB Light Bar & New Innovative Cabling System

The T-WINGS custom central spine is specifically designed to offer a large 40mm space dedicated for cable management. The custom central cable management system offers a neat and tidy area to manage all of your cables and frees up the main PC area from airflow restrictions. Other special features include an addressable RGB light bar to personalize the look-and-feel of your PC build through ARGB software sync. The light bar is compatible with all major ARGB motherboard control software including ASRock Polychrome Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

The front panel features 3.5mm HD audio stereo and microphone inputs, one USB 3.1 2nd Gen Type-C connector, and two USB 3.1 1st Gen Type-A connectors, which should provide a convenient way for users to connect their smartphones, tablets, headsets, and other PC peripherals.

Watch & Win!

Join our online event for a chance to win the new stylish T-WING chassis (pick your choice of colors) and Steam store vouchers! Simply answer a question after watching our YouTube video (https://www.fsplifestyle.com/promotion/T-WINGS/campaign_en.html) – it’s that simple!

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Avatar of BugFreak
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$500! I'm sure someone out there will buy it but not this guy.

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23,898 messages 392 likes

$500! I'm sure someone out there will buy it but not this guy.

At least it's $500 for the case for TWO computers to be in though!

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I never was a fan of the futuristic, open format, cases. It looks cool, but not for me.

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Not for me either, but it looked pretty cool with two systems in it and well-done lighting. I'm looking to build a single chassis, two PC system to consolidate the kid's PC's in the basement...

... this won't be the chassis though. Too expensive to be around my hellions. :rofl:

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Avatar of freakdiablo
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Must be getting old, I'd have thought something like this was the sh*t 12 years ago, lol.

But what's the market for something like this? First thought a few small servers, but a rack mount would be more practical. It was mentioned office PCs, maybe for intense CAD/CGI setups, but I'd wager a closed case design would be better for workstations. Solely bragging rights?

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