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Gigabyte launch the C200 Glass PC case

Tempered glass panels and RGB lighting are the norm for PC cases these days, with manufacturers launching new products with these features on a regular basis. Gigabyte has provided another tempered glass and RGB option now with the release of the C200 Glass chassis.

The new C200 Glass PC case from Gigabyte sports a stylish design, featuring RGB lighting integrated into a black tempered glass front panel with an RGB control switch, two USB 3.0 ports and audio jacks on the front I/O. A full-size tempered glass side panel takes up the left-hand side and provides users with an excellent, unobstructed view of the internal hardware.

The all-black exterior is complimented with a matching internal coating for an understated and stealthy look. Internally the C200 Glass features a power supply shroud and cable management cut-outs to keep cables looking neat and tidy. Along with flexible drive bays that can accommodate either 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch storage drives.

Gigabyte has taken cooling seriously in the C200 Glass with support added for radiators up to 280mm long in the front, up to 240mm at the top and 120mm in the rear. CPU coolers up to 165mm tall are catered for and an open layout means that the case is designed for optimal cooling airflow, with minimal obstruction.

Externally the Mid-tower C200 Glass chassis features a magnetic, detachable dust filter on the top and anti-vibration rubber feet designed to reduce noise and help heat dissipation. A stylish vent design on the side of the front panel is in place to assist intake airflow.

The Gigabyte C200 Glass Mid-tower chassis is available to purchase now from retail outlets in the UK for as little as £44.99, which makes it a very cost-effective option.

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KitGuru says: Personally, I quite like to look of the Gigabyte C200 Glass, its low key, understated appearance should suit any desktop environment while providing decent cooling performance with its open layout and at £44.99, it seems like a bargain!

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