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Thursday, 12 January 2012 08:00

GELID Solutions Dark Force Gaming case tested

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Gelid obviously means business

 

Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions revealed the first tower case from its GAMER product line. We got the case and tested it, so today we will share our experience with our readers.

Dark Force measures 207mm in width, which means the company thought about users who like tall CPU coolers. Gamers usually make sure that a case has enough room for their graphics cards and whether it packs good cooling. Thankfully, Dark Force has enough room to fit 29cm long graphics card, but if you need more, you can remove the HDD cage, leaving 410mm of room.

The case is relatively light and weighs only 9.2kg. GELID Solutions used 0.7mm SECC steel for the body and threw in an acrylic side window and plastics-metal mesh combination for front and top panels.   

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