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Zalman Releases GS1200 ATX Full-Tower Chassis

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Zalman pleased to inform that the GS1200 is now available for order. Its mesh design with two large 200mm fan provided delivers powerful cooling and excellent air flow at once. On top, to maximize user’s convenience and faster data transfer, front USB3.0 port is adopted. Top cover HDD Docking deck which makes convenient addition of the HDDs possible is another ideal feature of this new generation case to satisfy enthusiast’s requirement.

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    Key Features
    • Mesh Design for Effective Air Circulation (Front Bezel)
    • Maximum Cooling Performance by 2 large 200mm fans
      o Left side (1) and top (1) panel
    • 92mm Fan Mounted for HDD Cooling
    • USB 3.0 Ready for Rapid Data Transfer Data
      o Transfer Rate: 5Gbps Max
    • Convenient Tool-Free HDD Installation
    • Docking Support on the Top of Case
    • 350mm Wide Interior Space for Convenient Parts Installation
    • Separate Apertures for Convenient CPU Cooler Installation
    • Tube Apertures for Liquid Cooling Systems

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    MSRP: Euro 185.00

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    "Beaten with the ugly stick".
     
  3. TheLostSwede

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    That doesn't even come close to what it looks like :shadedshu
    It's also €185!!!
     
  4. Yukikaze

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    I absolutely love the way it looks but I think the price is too high.
     
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    Reminds me of HAF series. At €185, I don't think a lot of people will enjoy the case's features though.
     
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    Shiii not a chance of me putting my HDDs in that thing.
     
  7. Imsochobo New Member

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    What happens with all the cases shown by the producers are present with amd graphics.

    showing ati's new strenght, its fun that you can see whats the big thing during the time, go back 6 years, find amd and nvidia in all pictures, 2006-> 2008 mostly intel nvidia and now intel amd.

    I doubt they do this deliberately, but its really happening.

    Back on topic, zalman is really a quality brand, quality comes with a price, but rarely have the looks unfortunately :(
     
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    inside of case is nice but the exterior i dunno..
     
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    Pass.
     
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    I personally like it, but not at that price, sub 100 dollars would seem a more appropriate price
     
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    Could they not take a worse pic of the cable management setup. If I were the head of Zalman, I would probably sack the PR guy for sending out that pic.

    Does not look like its a full tower either.
     
  12. Volkszorn88

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    For the price, better to go for Corsair cases or Silverstone.
     
  13. t77snapshot

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    Why 92mm front fans? 120/140 has become the standard for a reason. I hope Zalman made the front intake mounts compatible for 120's at least. I know many people still use 80 and 92mm fans, but I am kinda curios about that?:rolleyes:
     
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    +1

    I was just about to say the same thing.
     
  15. Black Panther

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    Personally I just can't consider a case if it doesn't have a side-window. I want to make sure all fans are fine, and in general like to see the innards of my pc that's why I keep it on my desk instead of beneath it :)
     
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    Meh case is meh.
     
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    I like it but they tend to do funky looks. The Gs1000 was a nice design, should have kept that. Plus 1 on the 92MM fans, would have preferred 120 or 140 or hell a 200
     

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