Company Zalman announced the speedy output of the case Zalman Z-Machine X7, made in the form-factor Full-Tower. The novelty was first shown to the general public at Computex 2016 and is able to accommodate the largest components.
Z-Machine X7 supports the installation of both desktop motherboards up to the size of XL-ATX, and server “motherboards” form factors SSI-EEB and HPTX. The main materials used in the manufacture of the case are steel, aluminum and plastic, and its dimensions are 670x230x587 mm with a mass of 17.5 kg. One of the sides is covered with a panel of 4-mm tempered glass.
Inside Zalman Z-Machine X7, you can install up to eight expansion cards up to 420 mm in length, an ATX-compatible power supply, and a processor cooling system that does not exceed 175 mm in height. Novelty allows you to place three 120-mm or a pair of 140-mm fans in the front and top chassis, as well as one 120/140-mm “carlson” from the back of the case. The I / O panel contains four USB 3.0 ports, 3.5 mm audio jacks for headphones and a microphone, and a Zalman ZM-MFC5.
On sale, Zalman Z-Machine X7 will be available until the end of summer, the recommended price of the novelty will be announced later.