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GIGABYTE GZ-X2SPD-500 Silver 0.6mm SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail

GIGABYTE GZ-X2SPD-500 Silver 0.6mm SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail (Gigabyte Technology: GZ-X2SPD-500)
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Vendor: Gigabyte Technology
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GIGABYTE GZ-X2SPD-500 Silver 0.6mm SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 7.9/10
With 4 User Reviews

Review Date: 05/09/10
Pretty much just repeating what others have said. There is a 'pop-out' in the front to put in a firewire connection if you have the hardware, but it doesn't come with one. Forget about sliding in a DVD into the uppermost slot, it's tight as heck. There was a pain in the butt slide that holds in the cards in the slots but I just removed and used the tried and true screw hole to tighten down the cards. Someone said the blue light on the front was too bright but it's fine. It came with a nice exhaust fan that runs pretty quiet. I'd buy this case again if I were building another budget computer.

Review Date: 01/08/10
I know it's just a case, but still... Okay, first off, I only find out AFTER I get the case that half the stuff I liked about what I read on it (the Firewire port in the front, the toolless assembly, etc.) didn't even come with it; they are considered 'optional' by Gigabyte, apparently. Which makes the whole part about it being tooless complete crap. In the end, I just bolted everything into place, though that's probably better anyhow. Second, the expansion bay hinge door thing didn't close when I finally got a video card into it; ended up just taking the sucker off. Finally, this is not a floor-sitting model, as the USB ports on the front are not even an inch off the ground. Finally, the hinged door on the top front bay is pointless; ended up just putting the DVD drive in the second-from-top bay. For being advertised as an easy-to-assemble case, this one was almost as much of a hassle as a normal one.

Review Date: 01/07/10
This is a good solid case for the money. Well built with plenty of features. The directions sheet is lacking, you better know what you're doing.

Review Date: 11/19/09
I chose this case because I needed a sleek but conservative look for building some office computers. I'd never used a Gigabyte case before, so I didn't know what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised by the overall level of quality. It has a flawless finish outside, and no sharp or burred edges inside. Many of your cheaper cases are flexy and floppy, but not this one! It's rigid and flex-free, even with both side panels removed. The optical drive bezel is nicely done, and really looks great. This case is definitely a leader in its price range, and gives your build a quality, professional look and feel without breaking the bank. AAMOF, I just ordered another to build a friend's computer! My only complaint is that the blue LED bar is too bright for my tastes. I found it somewhat distracting, but the ladies who are using the computers commented on how they love the pretty lights.

Product Features

Product Specifications

With Power Supply: No
With Side Panel Window: No
External 5.25" Drive Bays: 4
External 3.5" Drive Bays: 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 3
Front Ports: USB / Audio
Side Air duct: Intel CAG 1.1 fan duct design with PCI ventilation
Motherboard Compatibility: ATX, Micro ATX

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