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Zalman T2 Mini Tower Case with 4 Expansion Slots

by Zalman
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Up to 6 systems fans
  • Bottom PSU installation
  • Black Coating
  • Simplicity
  • Bottom dust filter
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.9 Kg
Product Dimensions50 x 20 x 40 cm
Item model numberZM-T2
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 60,912 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.9 Kg
Date First Available27 Sep 2012
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Product Description

Zalman ZM-T2 Mini Tower Gaming Chassis features an aerodynamically designed. Front right and left vents provide cool air into the system. This case can support up to 6 and also support for a bottom mounted PSU that provide effective cooling of the PSU and inner space of case. USB ports, audio socket, power and rest buttons set in the front for user convenience. Tube apertures are provided at the rear of the case for convenient water cooling set-up and maintenance. Dust filters on the bottom side prevent dust from entering.

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HDD, SSD Rubber

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice case - looks good, and fairly easy to install 30 April 2013
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I needed a new case for my PC. The old one had really been through the wars in a recent move, and frankly looked a bit terrible even when new, so I was on the lookout for a replacement. I didn't want something beige and nondescript, but at the same time I'm in my 40s, so didn't want a case which looked like HR Giger had taken a vast amount of acid and come up with something that would have made me delirious with joy when I was 14.

This case fits the task nicely. It's matte black, and with a plain front panel that visually just keeps out of the way. Buttons are on the top, so they're hidden away and don't detract from the rest of the appearance. It's a small thing I know, but the fact that the 'On' button is a simple square that hardly clicks when you press it is a design I really like - it's the sort of thing which suits a media centre, and so adds a little something here too.

So it looks nice. Getting the parts of my old PC inside wasn't too difficult. Removing the front panel took a pair of pliers to crimp the holding plastic studs such that it just popped off, but was really the only fiddly part. If you have strong fingers, you may not even need tools. The design inside is very clever in that it keeps the hard drives out of the way by pinning them to the front and side, meaning they don't stick out into the rest of the case. Once you get the first drive installed (on the front), then you soon find you have more than enough room to get the motherboard and everything else you need into the case with little fuss and no nipped fingertips. Having built PCs since my first 486 SX oh-so many years ago, I can tell you this is A Good Thing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Value for money! 27 April 2013
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The case came 14 days before Amazon said it would, so that was a surprise(a good one though). I ordered it from Comf_Tech which had the overall cheapest price at 20. The case is great looking for 20, I think its clean look is much better than some of the cheap, ugly gaming cases you can get for 30. Its nice that it has a painted interior even though it doesn't really make a noticeable difference when you have the side panel on since it has no window. It came with a good amount of screws and even some rubber pieces to prevent your hardrives from rattling which helps towards making your system quieter. Speaking of quiet, the fan included which i think is 92mm moves a great amount of air and is virtually silent. Being a Budget Micro-ATX case you wouldn't expect it to have great cooling options but it does, you can fit a additional 2 120mm fans on the roof, two 92mm fans on the side panel and a 120mm in the front. The assembly process was straight forwards and the case felt solid. The only thing missing is cable routing options, even if zalman had added small slots to attach cable ties to it would have helped greatly. I ended up using the mash part where your mant to mound your hardrives to to tie my front panel usb and power button connectors cables to. there is plenty of room for long graphics cards and it is good to be able to mount up to 2 hdd's and a single ssd at once in this case. I cant recommend this case enough if your on a tight budget that's why i'm giving it five stars!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good 13 Aug 2013
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I bought this for a HTPC project. It's a small(ish) case of surprisingly good looks and build for the money. I like it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars PC TOWER CASE WITH NO PSU 8 Aug 2013
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This is not a cheap and nasty biscuit tin with holes in it. Very good construction. Be warned the power supply sits on the floor. That means you have to have a power supply with a cable long enough to plug into your CD/DVD/BLUERAY player. Oh and it comes with instructions. Don't throw them away. READ them. You need to put the hard drive in it's weir location with its rubber shock absorbers first before you do anything else. Built well and yes I like it.
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