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  • MX52221 G7 ATX Mid Tower Case, Black
  • MX52221 G7 ATX Mid Tower Case, Black
  • MX52221 G7 ATX Mid Tower Case, Black
  • MX52221 G7 ATX Mid Tower Case, Black


G7 ATX Mid Tower Case, Black

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Affordable case

11/12/2017 3:34:48 PM
Annoyamouse from Calgary writes:
Economical case No RGB silliness Simple designed case with plenty of airflow and toolless drive caddies
Didn't see a reset button. Is there one? Does not mention there are 2 fans included, 120mm Uses a brace to lock a 5.25" drive in place, but it's also good to bolt it down with a screw Vent holes on the side panel, but there is no dust filter. There are filters on the bottom.
An easy-to-install case with decent space and flexibility. Really good for a moderate build.


4/21/2017 5:33:35 AM
... from Edmonton writes:
Tool-free drive bays Spacious interior Flexibility for cooling Fan speed control
"Break-away" covers for PCIe slots Limited space for cables near 3.5" drive bays
Really like this case so far. Design is well thought-out, I especially like the fan speed control and the tool-free drive bays. Has tons of space. Supports sata docking on top which could prove useful. The covers over the PCIe slots and 5.25" bays need to be broken off when you install a device, and it doesn't seem like they can be re-attached - once it's off, it's off. There's limited space near the 3.5" bays, so sata cables need to be bent sharply up (90° connectors don't help)
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