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Review: Coolermaster ATC-710-GX1

by James Morris on 20 April 2002, 00:00

Tags: Cooler Master

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Technical Details

Coolermaster ATC-710-GX1

It's time for another world exclusive here at Hexus.net. We've managed to get our hands on a Coolermaster ATC 710. This case has been most eagerly awaited. Let's see whether it lives up to the Coolermaster name for quality and practicality. The case is a engineering sample, so things may change in the final version, but the basics are present.

What are the specifications of the case?

  • 5.25" Bays (Exposed) x 4
  • 3.5" Bays (Exposed) x 2
  • 3.5" Bays (Shadow) x 4
  • Form Factor: - ATX Mid-Tower
  • Material: - Aluminum front panel & Case body 1.0mm SECC (Zinc-coated Steel)
  • Case : 13kg
  • Dimensions : 455mm(L) X 205mm(W) X 522mm(H)
  • Dual 80 mm x 80 mm x 25 mm Fan attached front panel.(Fan not included)
  • Dual 80 mm x 80 mm x 25 mm Fan attached back panel.(Fan not included)
  • Blue Power LED
  • Removeable 3 1/4 drive bays
  • Quick release cd/dvd drive attachment

Colours

There are two versions of the ATC-710. First the grey version, (ATC-710-GX1) this is the one we're reviewing today.



















This version is dark grey/black, with an anodised aluminium front and black bay covers. The sides are painted steel. They are painted black, similar to the sides of the ATCS 200.

The second model is a silver version. (ATC-710-SX1) Its appealing looks will make for a tasty looking case indeed.