Gigabyte launches three entry-level Chassis
Gigabyte is proud to introduce 3 new entry level model chassis GZ-X7, GZ-X8 en GZ-X9. The models support tool less installation, cable management, drive locks and other features. The X serie chassis have an excellent price/quality ratio and many possibilities.
- Stylish front panel
- Easy access front I/O array
- RoHS ready
- Tool-less assembly (Optional)
- Integrated thermal solution housing 12cm exhaust and optional intake
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