The specialist in cooling systems for Zalman PC has presented to date is its largest case , the Zalman X7 . Able to accommodate within it literally any size motherboard existing, the Zalman X7 has a dual compartment interior design and space to install any hardware. The X7 supports EATX motherboards format, SSI-EEB, XL-HTX, HPTX, ATX, micro ATX and mini ITX. Those who have seen it in person ensure that a format ATX motherboard installed in this case seems like when you install a mini ITX motherboard in a standard ATX case: too small.
And although Zalman has not said what its real dimensions, it does have commented that there are literally half a meter of space to install graphics cards, and in fact supports radiator liquid cooling up to 520 x 140 mm on the roof of the box and of the same size in the front, so you can get an idea of its dimensions.
The manufacturer has designed this X7 with two separate to maximize cooling efficiency compartments. Thus, we find the lower compartment with space to install a power supply of any length, and space to install six hard drives. If there is not enough with this, at the top there is space for two additional units 3.5, 2.5 and four inches.
A curious feature is the inclusion of four analog wheels at the top of one side. Two of them are used to control the speed of two separate fans, while the other two are labeled “LED Brightness” (Shine) and “LED Speed” (speed), it seems that the light we see in the images can be from these analog control wheels.
For now and as with almost everything that is presented in the Computex, no information on the availability date or price. via techpowerup.com
Posted by Kamaldeep Singh on June 13, 2016
in Technology News