Friday, April 13th 2012

GIGAZONE Intros G1SGS Gaming PC Chassis

GIGAZONE, a brand owned by GIGABYTE, introduced its GZ-G1SGS gaming PC chassis. The ATX mid-tower chassis is designed to maintain positive air pressure, and cool multi-GPU gaming PC hardware inside. It features all-black interiors. Drive bays include two 5.25" (with one having an aesthetic optical drive lid), and seven 3.5" bays. The motherboard tray supports ATX, micro-ATX, and mini-ITX boards, with a cutout that makes handling CPU coolers with backplates easy.

Ventilation includes two 120 mm front intake fans, one 120 mm top exhaust fan, provision for one rear 120 mm fan, and two 120 mm fans on the side-panel. The front utility panel includes HD audio front-panel jacks, two USB 3.0 ports (standard header), and two USB 2.0/1.1 ports. Measuring 190 x 490 x 465 mm (WxDxH), the case is largely made of SECC-steel and ABS plastic. Backed by a 1 year warranty, the GIGAZONE GZ-G1SGS is priced at 6,980 JPY (US $86); it will be available from April 14.

Source: Links.co.jp
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22 Comments on GIGAZONE Intros G1SGS Gaming PC Chassis

#1
jalex3
Taking some points from IN-WIN I see.
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#2
NC37
How bout they just round it up to $100 and throw in some dust filters? I see a dirt farm in this case's future as is.
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#3
SIGSEGV
nice design and it has cable management, but i wish they had an acrylic side window version
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#4
IvTK
Seems identical to Gigabyte GZ-G1 Plus/GZ-G2 Plus models
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#5
tomgun88
remind me of dazumba case which cheaper than gigabyte :laugh:
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#6
hhumas
its expensive it should not be more than 50$
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#7
Bundy
by: NC37
How bout they just round it up to $100 and throw in some dust filters? I see a dirt farm in this case's future as is.
There are filters in the pictures. Why also did they deliberately make it positive pressure????
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#8
stinger608
Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder
Not bad looking, however more expensive than it should be, and a pretty basic interior layout.

Pass
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#9
MeanBruce
by: Bundy
There are filters in the pictures. Why also did they deliberately make it positive pressure????
Hot air only rises in an idle-air environment, when you can push the air, direct the air with fans the natural rising of warm air is not important, so they say at NASA.

Everyone is going positive pressure these days, much less dust in your chassis. Converted my 650D to positive pressure with an H100 downward firing config and a couple Silverstone filters, it's way cool man!:D
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#10
micropage7

bulky on top?
the side panel is ok but the rest i dunno
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#11
OhNoesMyOreos
Not my style, very far from it actually. The build quality already looks cheap...
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#12
Soylent Joe
Where do they come up with these brand names? GIGAZONE :laugh:
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#13
MeanBruce
by: Soylent Joe
Where do they come up with these brand names? GIGAZONE :laugh:
I know it's crazy, they cannot hire one decent writer for a single days work.

In the PC component world you can pretty much tell the quality of the company and their products simply buy how stupid their name is!:D
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#15
Rowsol
Check out those sweet car rims on the front.
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#16
m1dg3t
Meh.

Why not rotate the HDD's drive bay's 90* :confused:
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#18
micropage7
by: m1dg3t
Meh.

Why not rotate the HDD's drive bay's 90* :confused:
yeah thats the point too for US $86 its kinda high price and you get less that you pay :mad:
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#19
zeta_jf
this price is insane

if you know the price for the case without the usb3.0 header
in my country the same case without usb3.0 is +/- $35
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#20
AsRock
TPU addict
LMFAO @ Giga as that's one hell of a crappy looking case
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