New cases and two new PSUs are set to launch in the fall.

IMG 0677 1024x682 Computex 2014: Be Quiet! comes to Taipei with a sleek, nameless, case and new PSUs

While many hardware vendors think of elaborate names for their gear before bringing it to Computex, for Be Quiet! something as pedestrian as a name didn’t stop it from bringing a highly innovative low noise case — its first entry in the market — to Taipei.

Computex BeQuiet1 Computex 2014: Be Quiet! comes to Taipei with a sleek, nameless, case and new PSUs

Be Quiet’s! Case with No Name will be available this fall in either silver, orange or black, will have more than enough space for HDDs and SSDs and will include three of Be Quiet!’s Pure Wings 2 fans. Noise dampening inserts will also be installed next to the fans to keep the emitted noise to an absolute minimum. There’s also additional space on the top for extra fans, and this space is also insulated against noise leak too.

Inside the case there is plenty of real estate that will comfortably fit the biggest cards on the market, or any SLI setup one can imagine.

This nameless case is due out in September for a price of $130.

As far as power supplies go, Be Quiet! brought two models to Taipei: the Straight Power 10 and the Straight POwer 10 CM (CM stands for cable management). Both models feature Be Quiet!’s 135mm Silent Wings 3 fan. The Straight Power 10 will be available in a variety of capacities from 400-700 W, while the Straight Power 10 CM will be available in capacities from 500-800 W.

These power supplies will also be launching in September.