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GIGABYTE Announces the LUXO X10 Gaming Chassis

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  1. btarunr

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    GIGABYTE’s brand new chassis, designed with the combination of innovative technology and powerful performance to cater to the needs of global professional gamers and designers. LUXO X10 is a powerful best selling gaming model, bringing along superior experience of approachable luxury, maximum convenience and great flexibility.

    At the first glimpse of the case, people cannot help but notice its minimalism modern appearance. The classical combination of black and red emits an air of sophistication and delicate passion. A feeling of freshness is shining through the side panel blazing LED lights. Nevertheless, this new model is more than just good looks.

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    With the key features of LUXO X10--right side installation, adjusting the place of 5.25” device makes more room for long VGA cards, which enhances visual enjoyment for those enthusiastic gamers out there. The right side installation design also shortens the distance between PSU and motherboard/CPU pin. Every PSU, from high-end to budget ones, can support bottom side PSU installation. No more cable restriction.

    Apart from the key features, a set of other practical features makes it the best choice for astute consumers. The I/O port is situated at the top for an easier access, and two USB 3.0 ports offer remarkable transmission speed. LUXO X10 also comes with four cooling fans and can support up to six to ensure superior ventilation and prolongs the lifespan of all the gadgets inside. Clip-lock and lever mechanisms; cable-managed interior with cables all clamped and managed allowing the internal routing looks neat and maximizes the airflow. Last but not least, it offers a thoughtful design at the bottom--removable power dust filter so that your case won’t be clogged by those crazy dust bunnies.

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    For more information, visit the product page.
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    Coolermaster Centurion 590 anyone??

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    This Gigabyte is literally a slightly modded Centurion
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    nice case! and i like that reversed atx layout!
    tomorrow i get my bitfenix outlaw also reversed atx, awesome case and going to mod that baby
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    Its a good case, I Built a rig for a friend with one of them. Pitty it only comes with one 120mm fan in the front (unlike the picture)
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    I like the reverse ATX, too. Wouldn't mind building something basic in this case for s&g's :D
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    I'm sorry but no. There are so many differences it's not even funny! For starters the layout is the complete opposite with the reverse ATX - right side installation and flipped mobo tray putting the expansion slots at the top, not in the middle (with the rear I/O panel up top) like most cases. The front is completely different too. The CM has open metal mesh grills from top to bottom supporting up to 3 front fans and this has hardly any grill at all, it's all plastic and supports only 1 front fan. The front is so different, they just don't look remotely similar at all. The only thing that looks similar is the top mounted, front facing switches and USB ports but how many cases have that now? I mean the Antec Three Hundred had that before the 590, and the Nine Hundred started the whole open metal mesh grill from top to bottom. I guess these are all just "slightly modded" versions of those? But of course a whole ton of cases with that style came out around that time. But if you ask me this one here looks more like a CM Elite 370 than it does the Centurion 590 but even that's a stretch! I'm not hating on the 590 or anything, it was a great case for the price and time period. Actually, probably better for what it was than this is now to be honest! This is certainly nothing special but I'm sure the price will reflect that. I hope it does. Gigabyte stuff is usually well priced. I mean my cheap ass $25 Gigabyte laser mouse seems to do the job. If this thing's priced too high it will miss the mark.
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    I'm looking for a budget case and I'm thinking about buying that outdated thing to save some money :D

    also this gigabyte case looks pretty good actually

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