Thursday, May 24th 2012

GIGAZONE Unveils GZ-M1 Micro-ATX Chassis

GIGAZONE, a brand owned by GIGABYTE, unveiled its latest chassis, the GZ-M1. Built in the micro-ATX tower form-factor, the case measures 180 x 400 x 365 mm, weighing about 3.5 kg, and is made of SECC steel and ABS. The case includes a few innovations for today's gaming PC builds, including up to 340 mm of headroom for extra-long graphics cards, which can be obtained by detaching a 3.5-inch drive cage. Internally, the case has its PSU bay located above the motherboard tray.

Drive bays include two 5.25-inch, two 3.5-inch (exposed), and two 3.5-inch (discrete, detachable). Ventilation includes one 90 mm rear exhaust, one 80/90 mm front-intake (fan not included), provision for one 80 mm side-panel intake, and provision for smaller 60 mm fans on the drive cages. Its front-panel includes one each of USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, apart from front-panel audio jacks. Slated for market-release on May 28, in Japan, it is priced at 5,480 JPY (US $69).

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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2 Comments on GIGAZONE Unveils GZ-M1 Micro-ATX Chassis

the internal parts looks like casing in 1990s
too bad
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Hard to compete with CM elite 343- for 35 euros. The latter making better use of metal and ABS plastic.
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