25 Kilograms of Silence: Zalman TNN500A Case Review. Page 7
[08/18/2004 08:16 PM | Cases/PSU]
by Tim Tscheblockov
Today we would like to introduce to you a really unique product: Zalman PC case, which is none other but twenty-five kilograms of aluminum, heat pipes, electronics and wires and no fans! Want to learn more about this extraordinary solution, read our new review now!
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The optical and hard disk drives fit into their designated places with ease:
I put a floppy drive and a second HDD on the side ledges:
The ledges on the side panel are universal – you can put a hard disk drive there…
…or a floppy-drive:
So, everyone’s accommodated. After I attached all the power and interface cables, the assembled system looked like that:
On the snapshot of the system made from behind, you can see the ill-fated vertical bar that the graphics card and other expansion cards are fastened to. The connectors of the mainboard press against the I/O shield, an accessory to the mainboard:
The system is complete. Let’s test it!
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