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Gabinete Gamer Galaxy Glass

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8 reviews for Gabinete Gamer Galaxy Glass

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    The case itself is quite the eye catcher, and it does leave room for upgrades. It came with many different screws upon arrival and was not at all damaged.
    Installation of my parts was easy enough and the case even came with motherboard raisers, however these are removable if you choose.
    The fans it came equipped with, while pretty, don’t move as much air as I would personally like them to (around 1000 rpm and you cannot change the speed). Luckily, your able to replace them if you wanted to, like I did.
    The tempered glass is very prone to smudging so handle it with care or be prepared to maintain it with glass wiped. The glass case also came with two triangular “Caution, tempered glass” sticker on each of the broad sides. Some people like to keep them, however I tried to remove them. This caused the sticker to tear and look horrible. Luckily, an adhesive remover and a sharp knife or razor is all it takes to have the class looking clean again.

    A couple things I want to note: YOU CANNOT have the RGB switch and the reset switch hooked up at the same time. Its one or the other.
    Cable management is a little trickier in this case than in others.
    If you switch the rgb case fans with your own be prepared to do some work, as it comes with its own controller.

    Overall, this is a nice case with good eye candy quality and good case features, but I wouldn’t recommend it to someone who is new to building pc’s, as it can easily become overwhelming.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    This case is absolutely stunning. It’s the perfect mix between classy and flashy. When the computer is off and the glass is clean, you’d swear you were looking at a post-modern office building. The LED fans aren’t overpoweringly bright thanks to the tinted glass, and the interior is beautifully finished in matte black.
    BUT. Despite how good it looks and how nicely this thing is made, I have to knock it a star because of the fans. They have no interface to the motherboard, no tach feedback, and they all go to a single controller. It would have been so simple to have an output from the controller to act as an interface to the BIOS. On top of that, these fans are plain anemic. With two of them blowing through my radiator, I simply cannot feel any amount of air coming through. Even the unimpeded fan on the back barely flows anything. I believe that in their quest for a quiet fan, FSP neglected their entire purpose: to cool the computer when it gets hot. With a dual fan radiator, XSPC photon 270 with an X4 pump, GPU and CPU waterblocks, this thing got to CPU temp mid 50s by only sitting in the bios menu for 10 minutes. This same set up with twin coolermaster fans in another case only saw the 50s when I was heavily loading the system with an overclock.
    BOTTOM LINE: I recommend this case to anyone that like simplicity, but be aware that you’ll probably want to change the fans

  3. 3 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    It’s too bad the case’s rgb settings don’t remember your selection, but you can switch them on easily enough every time you boot. Press the front panel rgb button nine times to bring the fans to slow color cycle, otherwise it’s flashy and annoying. Even though it doesn’t sync with the motherboard, the slow cycle option looks nice anyway.

    The motherboard screws and the SSD screws are mislabeled on their provided directions. Make sure to use the correct screws, otherwise you might get loose screws stuck in your motherboard.

    The metal is actually pretty decent quality, not just cheap sheet metal that will cut.

    Cable management in this is hit and miss. Some cable management spaces are positioned well, and some spaces that should have cable management spaces don’t have them.

    The glass is good quality, but it comes with stickers that are difficult to get off. I had to use nail polish remover to get the sticker gunk off of the nice glass.

    Don’t get this case if you’ll want to replace the front fans. It’s not going to be worth it to take apart the whole case to get to the front fans.

    Airflow seems a bit too open. I wanted to achieve a positive case pressure to avoid dust issues, and to achieve good airflow in the right areas. I’m not sure the case is enclosed enough to allow this. I added another fan on the top slot to get more inward airflow. It seems to have helped, however air still seems to be going inward into the open vents (negative air pressure). I also replaced the back fan to have the inside components all sync with ASUS Aura.

    Plenty of space in the case, it does the trick, it just has some frustrations that could have been avoided with a little better design.

  4. 3 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    Good case with a little bit of annoyance, especially in the beginning when you’re setting up everything.

    Positives:
    Comes with 4 RGB fans controlled by builtin case controller, powered by 4 pin molex.
    Case construction is spot on, no plastic on this case anywhere.
    PSU Shroud provides plenty of room to hold those messy cables!
    Front and back side tempered glass is really tinted, really awesome since the back side is where you stash the cables.
    Extra intake port provided, can put a 120mm fan here
    Front intake allows for 2 140mm fans if you want to replace the stock 3 120mm fans.
    Top exhaust allows for 120mm or 140mm
    Large front area allows for pretty much any size GPU you want or custom water cooler system.
    There is enough gap between front glass and case to allow for air to be sucked in through the front

    Cons:
    Stock case fans do not move much air, they’re quiet but I replaced them all.
    Screw holes for the front 120mm fans will cover up pretty RGB fan designs if you replace it with 140mm units.
    Peripheral back plate design is annoying, you have to unscrew and once you do the plate just falls out, theres no slide of catch for it.
    Dust plates could be better design like slide outs, they’re basically bendy wire mesh
    In order to take off the front glass you have to unscrew the nuts from the inside of the case, force you to remove both the front and back side glass, you have to remove your 3.5″ hard drive as well if you have that installed since it covers up at least one of the front glass screws.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    Love this case. I was looking for a decently priced tempered glass panel case for my VR build. Found this and jumped on it. Very nice, built in fan controller for the RGB fans. My only issue with it is the wiring for the fans and fan controller are not the standard that you will find on a motherboard. It still uses 4 pins, but a different connector. I would have liked to see an option for running the LEDs from the board to the fan controller to bypass the LED function of the fan controller. I ended up splicing the wires to an existing splitter that I had laying around. This made it so that I can run the fan LEDs together with my other LEDs on the liquid cooler and motherboard. Makes for a much better flow, as the limited effects of the built in controller are nothing compared to what comes off the board. Wouldn’t recommend doing that to anyone not experienced with electronics, or these 5050 LEDs in general, but it’s not too difficult if you watch the wires and read the pins on the fan controller. It makes a good case a great case.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    Beautiful case! I built my gaming PC (Unloadeddrip on YouTube) I did research this case and found adequate airflow. Tom’s hardware rated this case pretty good so I knew it was a good purchase. Everything fit the case well, except that if you plan to have a CPU AIO (All in one) cooler like myself, odds are it will not fit in the top 120mm placement. The heatsink from my board got in the way so I needed to remove the rear RGB fan and put it there.

    The case comes with an RGB/fan controller board already. The bottom front fan stopped, but a few taps got it going again. I hope I don’t have to replace it already, it’s only 4 days since by build completion.

    **Update 8/29**

    The bottom fan has stopped spinning. I need to open the side panel up and tap on the motor to get it start spinning again everytime I start my PC. I have the rear RGB I will swap with since my AIO Radiator/Cooler is in its place.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    I was hesitant to try out a new manufacturer for my case selection of my recent build, but I decided to take a gamble and boy did it pay off. The case is beautiful, from the tempered glass sides to the 4 LED fans and with a price point that makes it even more enjoyable.

    The LED fans have a great range of options from the colors (red, blue, green, white, purple, yellow) to the effects (strobe, pulse, cycle, static color and my favorite rainbow/gradient) and is activated by a button on the top of the case.

    The positioning for the power supply leaves plenty of room in a covered area for any extra cables to be stored (for us cable management people). Finally, the RGB controller is in a great place to stay out of the way from your cable management desires.

    Most cases running around this price lack the amount of fans, and the attention to detail.

    PROS:
    Tempered Glass
    Feels sturdy
    Comes with 4 Fans (LED!!)
    Great SSD placement

    CONS:
    Tempered Glass is fingerprint magnet
    The LED fans reset (color and effect) when you turn off the Power

    In short, you will surely love staring at this case when the system is on and the fans are cycling through their colors.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Joe Doe

    I’m 35 and I’ve been building my own computers since the 90’s. This case is the most beautiful by far of all I owned and priced really well. I bought this for my girlfriend and she loves the led settings since she loves the colors. I’ve seen videos of other cases like thermaltake or the corsair 570x and this lives up to the expectation. Cable management is as clean as it gets. I have nothing bad to say about this case. I installed a micro ATX with a GTX 980 and the PSU is hidden which is very nice. no color cables everywhere since everything is hidden. Fans are dead silent, and glass with the matte finish in the edges look great. It doesn’t display multiple colors at the same time like in the picture but to be fair corsair and thermaltake do the same thing, although they fade into the other colors which it still is amazing. It was incredibly easy to assemble.
    There’s a panel in the back of the case to install/connect the fans and enough room to put other fans in the process. This is something new I personally haven’t seen in other cases especially in this pricing range.
    We’re both pleased and makes out battle stations look nicer with it.


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