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Gigabyte GZ-G2 Gaming Case Plus with USB 3.0 Ports & 2 Front Fans

Product overview

Discontinued

Delivery

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New Gaming Case from Gigabyte for 2012 with USB 3.0 ports

  • GZ-G2 Plus with 2 x 120mm front Cooling fans
  • 1 x 120mm Top cooling fan to disspate hot air more efficiently
  • Tray design to top of case to hold smart phones and digital equipment
  • 2 x USB 3.0 ports at top for easy access
  • Control on/off button for fans on front of case
  • Multi media panel located at the front middle for easy access with reset button
  • Tool-less installation for 5.25 / 3.5 Devices
  • 80mm rear exhaust fan
  • Water cooling holes for future upgradability for liquid cooling
  • Convex side panel at the back of motherboard for hiding extra cables
  • Power supply positioned at bottom
  • Ventilation holes and dust filter for PSU
  • Black coated interior
  • Space for 2 x 120mm fans on the side panel
  • Pedestal foots provide stability and protect floor from scratches

Specification

  • Model no. GZ-G2 Plus
  • Dimensions ( W x H x D ) 185 x 420 x 445 mm
  • Material ABS / Mesh/ 0.6 mm SGCC
  • Color (s) Black
  • Side panel (s) TAC 2.0
  • Drive bays 5.25" x1 , 3.5"x1 +6(internal)
  • Expansion slots 7
  • Form factor ATX / Micro ATX
  • I / O ports 2 x USB 2.0 / 1 x HD Audio / 2 x USB 3.0
  • Fans Front: 120mm silent fan x 2 (w/ fan switch x 2) / Rear: 80mm silent fan x1 / Top: 120mm silent fan x 1
  • Weight 5.78kg

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
Gigabyte GZ-G2 Plus - tower - ATX
Product Type
System cabinet
Form Factor
Tower
Colour
Black
I/O Connectors
2 x USB 2.0 , 2 x audio , 2 x USB 3.0
Supported Motherboards
ATX, microATX
System Cabinet Features
Screwless drive bays, TAC2.0 (Thermally advantaged chassis version 2.0), rear dust filter, water cooling holes
Power Device
No power supply
Weight
5.8 kg

Detail

General

Form Factor
Tower
Max Mainboard Size
ATX
Supported Motherboards
ATX, microATX
Internal Bays Qty
6
Front Accessible Bays Qty
2
Colour
Black
Cooling System
Front: 120 mm fan x 2 / intake , Rear: 80 mm fan mount x 1 / exhaust , Top: 120 mm fan x 1
System Cabinet Features
Screwless drive bays, TAC2.0 (Thermally advantaged chassis version 2.0), rear dust filter, water cooling holes

Expansion / Connectivity

Expansion Bays
1 (total) / 1 (free) x front accessible - 5.25" , 1 (total) / 1 (free) x front accessible - 3.5" , 6 (total) / 6 (free) x internal - 3.5"
Expansion Slots
7 x Expansion Slot
Interfaces
2 x USB 2.0 , 2 x audio - mini-jack , 2 x USB 3.0

Power

Power Device
No power supply

Dimensions & Weight

Width
18.5 cm
Depth
44.5 cm
Weight
5.8 kg

Customer reviews

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5* Nice Design
Reviewed by Anonymous on 03/09/2012
Built a nice gaming system with this case, front fans are quiet and good airflow, The case comes with USB 3 and 2 which is perfect for me over all a great design with everything i asked for in a case
5* Incredible Case! Great Airflow
Reviewed by Steve on 30/11/2012
Can't really fault about this case, it comes with 2 fans at the front with the on/off buttons, great airflow, loads of space to work with,i am very happy with my purchase, Well done BT and Gigabyte.
5* Good for first time builder
Reviewed by Joe on 06/10/2012
Easy to install parts loads of room, ssd holder, screwless holders for hdds and disk drives. 4 big fans really cool! you can even turn the front two on and off. usb 3.0!
4* Good case but..
Reviewed by Anhtony on 08/10/2013
The case is a good looking case with plenty of fans and USB ports. The big let down is inserting the CD drive. It is not to hard after you have worked how to do it. You have to remove the front CD cover and spring then remove the housing which hold the cover into place. It seems flimsy and would be easy to break if you use too much force. I had a bad experience when trying to reattach the small spring which closes the CD cover. It flew off somewhere and still has not been found yet.

Would I recommend this case? For the USB slots and the cooling potential (it has holes in the back for water cooling)it is a good case. However the CD draw needs redesigning so I would probably not buy this case again
4* Nice case but a little bit more space please
Reviewed by Anonymous on 08/12/2012
I bought this case with the idea of building up a gaming system.

Everything fitted in perfectly with the exception of the Corsair H60 cooling system.

The only place to fit the radiator is up against larger top mounted fan.

Unfortunately with the radiator in place it was impossible to get the motherboard in place as well.

If the case was 30mm higher it would have been perfect
4* practical value
Reviewed by jackie jones on 26/11/2012
What a great case for the money! Plenty of room,plenty of air with great styling. Build quality is equal if not better than much more expensive cases.And no annoying LEDs
The only criticism i would have is the front audio usb 2 pannel connectors have very delicate wires so be carefull when threading through case or removing front of case
3* for the price - i'm a little dissapointed!
Reviewed by Anonymous on 02/04/2012
Firstly some positives:

One silent fan at the top (interface connects to motherboard so you can monitor/adjust fan speed)

Two silent fans and the front and one at the rear which use a four pin power point - hence cannot be monitored on the motherboard etc (they run well... but should come with this option given the price!)

the case itself is well designed but the front is made of very cheap plastic.

The drive bays are "ok" but the mega cheap plastic bits which hold the drives are so feeble I ended up snapping making them unusable.

If I could turn back the clock I certainly wouldn't pay the £45 - Considering it has no PSU and it breaks apart very easily... there are a lot of let downs. Avoid.

3* Mixed feelings
Reviewed by Anonymous on 08/12/2012
Probably a bit pricey for what it is, low end gaming case.

Bad
Plastic frontage. Was lucky not to get cut on metal cutouts (does it really cost that much to have these pre-done and filled with blanks?). Not enough mb screws, just enough sit-off spacers but where a little difficult to install by hand.

Good
Plenty of space. Thumb screws on side panels. Lots of fans and fan spaces.

Indifferent
Water-cooler holes, If you plan on installing one would assume you would go for a high end case.
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