One of the Computex participants is case designer Ikonik. Though you might have never heard of it, this brand didn't just appear. Gigabyte's lead designers of cases and power supplies have resigned earlier this year and started a new brand with the help of investors. Ikonik's first high-end case is the Ra 10, which unsurprisingly, has quite some Gigabyte influences. The case has a sleek appearance with an aluminum frontpanel. On the inside, several details have been added to simplify assembly and even cable routing is taken care of. Optionally, the case can be delivered with a water cooling system, having the reservoir tucked away on the bottom of the case. Unique is that the case features a special controller, which can be attached to the motherboard through USB. The controller not only allows all fans to be controled with the software, but can also regulate the watercooling.
The case should be completely developed within about two months. Apart from cases, Ikonik will also start a line of power supplies, which, like Gigabyte's Odin, will have bundled software to observe the power consumption and voltages.