Summary: If you're in the market for a very well constructed, thick aluminum mid-tower case, than the Zalman Z-Machine GT1000 Case is for you. With four external 5.25" drive bays, one external 3.5" drive bay and 6 internal drive bays, there lots of places to install drives.
Excerpt: Having been a longstanding fan and avid user of the Lian Li line of computer chassis; I find that it is difficult to be absolutely wow’ed by another manufacturer’s attempt to overthrow the chassis king.
Summary: With everything installed and running we took a couple of pictures for your viewing pleasure. As I mentioned before, the test system was comprised of spare parts laying around so we didn't take temperatures for comparison.
Pros: Solid, high quality construction., Tool-less HDD, ODD and PCI installation., Improved hinge/door design over the FC-ZE1., Anti-Vibration rubber feet, rubber grommets on fans, and HDD mounting., Extra hex-screws provided in case you lose some., Good airflow, and fairly quiet chassis., Everything w...
Excerpt: With the introduction of the Z-Machine GT1000 chassis, Zalman has produced a worthy successor to their earlier Fatal1ty offering. I liked the Fatal1ty a lot; I like the Z-Machine a lot more. The GT1000 is better looking, easier to work in, has more hard drive space and comes in two color options.
Summary: Indudablemente estamos ante un gran gabinete, ya que el Z-Machine GT1000 cumple con lo que promete y más aún. No es muy habitual encontrar un gabinete que disponga de la posibilidad de montaje de 6 discos de una manera muy cómoda, aunque si a esto le sumamos el sistema anti-vibración mediante...
Pros: - Puertas individuales con trabas magnéticas.