Official release of the shell Cooler Master Gladiator 600

 
April 20, 2009, 10:40 am

official release of the shell cooler master gladiator 600 
official release of the shell cooler master gladiator 600   The company Cooler Master officially announced the release of new high quality computer Corps Gladiator 600 in form factor Midi Tower, the first public demonstration which took place on March the international exhibition CeBIT 2009 in Hannover .
According to the developers, their offspring, made from high quality steel SECC, is a very user-friendly design and will be available in versions with a transparent window on the side wall (model RC-600-KWN1GP) and without (model RC-600-KKN1GP).
New cards formats compatible with the Micro-ATX and ATX, has seven expansion slots, as well as the ability to accommodate up to 5 five, 25-inch devices and up to six 3, 5-inch drives. Set farmed out interface consists of two USB 2 connectors. 0, eSATA port and a jack for headphones and microphone.
As for the cooling system, the body may be used just five fans. The product was originally completed with 120-mm front cooler with a blue LED backlight, which rotates at a speed of 1200 revolutions per minute, and creates a noise level 19 dB, and 140-mm propeller, fixed on the top cover. If you want to you can add one 120-mm rear fan and a pair of 120 - or 140-mm on the side of the cooler.
At last, said that the size of the product was 202 x 440 x 485 mm and its weight, depending on the modification is equal to 7 or 8, 5 kg.

 

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