Zalman ATX Mid Tower PC Case Z3 Plus-W
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- ATX Mid Tower
- Material: Plastic, Steel
- Motherboard Compatibility: Standard ATX / Micro ATX
- Power Supply Compatibility: Standard ATX / ATX 12V
- PCI/AGP Card Compatibility: Full Size 360mm (14.1inch)
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Description for Zalman ATX Mid Tower PC Case Z1
Zalman Z3 Plus Mid-ATX Case White Edition. Mid tower, white, window side panel, VGA guide, USB 3.0, 6 x bays, 4 x fans installed. Mini-ATX, micro-ATX, ATX, DTX motherboard supported.
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window does good to only show the goods and hide my cable mess near the hard drives.
the mesh at the front does not hide my glowing led fans
dvd drive blends with the front
simple fan switch
5 total fans possible, pre installed with 3
comes with a support for large gpu's to prevent their weight from causing harm to motherboard or self
easy remove both sides of case
the front panel is really hard to completely remove to install fans, almost makes you afraid of breaking it.
top panel is almost impossible to remove, i gave up trying even though i've seen others do it before. so top glowing red is out for me :(
h60 cpu cooler was a pain to install radiator, radiator had to be placed upside down (tubes are at top) to fit comfy without interfering with gpu
cable management is a bitch. the panel on the right when removed, shows how hard it can be to route wiring especially the cpu power cable (the motherboard blocks the way so either thread the cable first or sacrifice having to look at it for a while) so i have a little wire mess near the hard drives hidden from view.
Plenty of room and books for hiding and routing wiring, comes with 5 120mm fans, easily accommodates a Corsair H55 water cooler, vent filters for fans, back of motherboard is accessible to change mounting brackets if you want to swap out cpu coolers in the future. Fantastic air flow through case, absolutely cannot emphasize that enough (so long as the front door is open, when it closes it chokes off the incoming air).
Side panels are a bit flimsy, reset and power switch wires aren't labeled + and -, wiring from front panel to motherboard is attached to front panel instead of the case frame so when you want to take it off to add some type of disk drive or card reader or clean the front fan vent you're going to be rewiring all those cables you just spend the hours trying to route out of the way, rubber gromits guarding where you route the cables like to pop out of place (though no sharp edges, you can see where it popped out when I tried putting the motherboard powee cable through), the routing holes by the SSD mounts are a bit too small so I had to mount my SSD in a HDD bracket limiting my upgrade options, wish it would have come with another 3 stand-offs and a few more screws (some of screws were junk out of the bag, but that's why there's usually extra).
Really easy to work with, plenty of room. I know it looks like more cons then pros and it sounds like I'm nitpicking, but the value on this thing is amazing considering the fans included. My only wish is that the front door had vents where the fans are so I didn't have to keep it propped open, everything else is pretty trivial in comparison.