Gigabyte Luxo X10 Gaming Case (Front USB 3.0)

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The Gigabyte Luxo X10 Gaming Case is the lLatest chassis from Gigabyte. Featuring easy installation of HDD and DVD thanks to a tool-free sliding rail design. 4 x USB 2.0 + Audio (AC97 + HD Audio) on the top cover and 2 x USB 3.0 on the back. Features removable side panel with grips for easy removal and maintenance and is water cooling ready with two rear holes.

  • Model no. Luxo X10
  • Dimensions ( W x H x D ) 180 x 430 x 440 mm
  • Material ABS / 0.5mm SGCC
  • Color (s) Black
  • Side panel (s) TAC 2.0 12cm LED Fan * 2
  • Drive bays 5.25" *4, 3.5" * 4(internal)
  • Expansion slots 7
  • Form factor ATX / Micro ATX
  • I / O ports USB 3.0 *2(Optional) + HD AUDIO+AC' 97
  • Weight 5.7kg


  • Front: 120mm fan x 1(Optional)
  • Rear: 120mm fan x 1
  • Top: 120mm fan x 2

Customer reviews

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5* Great box for gamers, good value for money
Reviewed by Bergamot Eng. on 23/09/2013
This is a box where the power supply unit is at the bottom.
this is a bit disconcerting for someone like me who never used this configuration before.
The tower is well built.
It boasts 2 illuminated 12 cm fans on its top, right above the fans of the graphics card.
There is also the usual 12 cm fan at the back of the machine, next to the processor fan.
I guess the cooling is well achieved with this product.
My only concern would be dust coming in from above, trhough the 2 fans when the computer isn't being used.
Apart form that last point this is an excellent case.
3* Gigabyte Luxo X10
Reviewed by David on 05/07/2013
I hoped that a mid-price named brand product would have been of good quality but:

The motherboard mounting holes were not tapped.

Although the edges of the case have fingers of a type used to connect the side panels to the main body for electrical screening purposes, these had been stamped to point away from the panels, and, in any case, were insulated by the black finish.

There was no metal plate on the top 5 1/4 inch bay, forcing one to use it first in order to maintain screening integrity, but that means that cables in the the various front panel sockets tend to foul a CD drive door.

The instruction leaflet left out quite a lot of details, e.g. it didn't even mention the tab for locking the case, or the speaker, the former taking some time to identify. The device for turning the motherboard standoffs only had me confused for a minute or two.

Two thunb screws are supplied for the back panel slot plates, but there are seven of these (confusingly these are labelled PCI-E screws).
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