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GIGABYTE GZ-X7BMDX-400 Black Computer Case

GIGABYTE GZ-X7BMDX-400 Black Computer Case (Gigabyte: GZ-X7BMDX-400)
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GIGABYTE GZ-X7BMDX-400 Black Computer Case
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.8/10
With 7 User Reviews

Review Date: 03/24/10
Cons: Could use another front fan for all the drive bays

Pros: No screw constructionQuiet and lots of room
I bought an HP Intel Quad Core system on sale and transferred its components to this case. the old case had no room for expansion, this case has a lot of room for a few extra drives and has nice clean lines without all the leds glowing in the dark. The fans are very quiet.

Review Date: 01/09/10
Cons: Bad airflow

Pros: ElegantSolidEasy setup
I paid $40 for this case while it was on sale. As a budget-build case, it is fantastic.The setup was easy and the screw-less design is better than some other cases I have seen. It is a solid case for the price range, no flimsy panels here, although it doesn't have the weight or strength of the $100+ aluminum cases.It's an elegant design, simple and good looking. No gimmicks, no flash, just function. The front panel is great, it's accessible and solid. The power button is fairly solid, unlike some of the flimsy plastic ones on other cheap cases.The only downside is the airflow. It appears that there is almost no airflow through the front of the case. I wouldn't be using this if I intended on any major overclocking.Overall, a fantastic case for the price!

Review Date: 01/04/10
Cons: Tool-free design (removable), top-mounted PSU, restrictive of airflow, too few screws included.

Pros: Elegant, sturdy, red accent, scratch-resistant exterior powdercoat, well-priced.
Purchased for a budget build. Case looks good: elegant, simple, nice minimal red accents. Not a good-quality case, though. Restrictive airflow, top-mounted PSU, cheap-quality tool-free design on PCI-slots and drive bays (all are removable if your prefer to use screws as I do), flimsy side panels. Most complaints are to be expected on a $50 case.Price was deciding factor (unfortunately).Not a pleasure to build inside: This careful builder has cuts and scratches to testify to that...Would not buy again.

Review Date: 01/04/10
At my own fault, I tried to make this case more than it is by building a gaming rig out of it. For that, not such a good choice, but I am aware this is a pretty nice case if you intend to use it for what it's designed for. Sleek look, plenty of space.

Review Date: 12/11/09
Cons: The panel of the motherboard is recessed slightly, and that makes it very hard to unplug the RJ-45 cable, unless you have tiny hands.

Pros: great price and best for my gigabyte motherboard
The design of this case is far superior to others in this price range. The wiring is unobtrusively routed, you get a full five hard-drive bays (it was listed as having 6, but out of all the cases that claimed 6 bays, none actually had 6 - the numbers ranged from 3 to 5), and the front panel pops off like a dream. There is a nice rear 120 mm fan, too, and some nice thumb screws for the side panels. Also, it's clean, simple, and classy. I'm not 14, and I don't need or want flashy LED's, clear panels, and crazy contours

Review Date: 12/07/09
Everything about the case is amazing. The only reason why I'm reducing the rating is because the details clearly states that 2 120mm fans would be included, but that was not the case. The Features are incorrect and the Value is diminished because now I have to buy (and ship) another fan. Other than that snafu everything is great.

Review Date: 10/17/09
I don't usually take time to write reviews, but this case is worth a little time. I have a dozen or so computers, and this is by far the best case I have seen. Everything fits. The wires are more than long enough. The tool free features really are tool free. The screws in the power supply were the only place I needed anything other than my hands. The case is sturdy enough to not feel like it is going to fall apart when you move it around with the sides off. The looks are nothing exciting, but clean and simple. I has space for 5 hard drives, and one could squeeze in a couple more with some messing around. I would buy another one of these with no hesitation at all.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model GZ-X7BMDX-400
Type ATX Mid Tower
Color Black
Case Material SECC / Plastic
With Power Supply No
Power Supply Mounted Top
Motherboard Compatibility ATX / Micro ATX
With Side Panel Window No
External 5.25" Drive Bays 4
External 3.5" Drive Bays 1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays 6
Expansion Slots 7
Front Ports
Front Ports 2 x USB 2.0 / 1 x Audio Set (AC'97/HD)
Cooling System
120mm Fans 1 x 120mm silent rear fan
Side Air duct Intel CAG 1.1 air duct + AGP vent
Physical Spec
Dimensions(L x W x H) 19.09" x 7.28" x 16.14"
Weight 12.52 lbs.
Features Stylish front panel
Easy access front I/O array
RoHS ready
Tool-less assembly
Integrated thermal solution housing 12cm exhaust and optional intake fans
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited

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