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Gigabyte Luxo M10 Case Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 16,614 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: October 29, 2012
Page: 2 of 7
The Front and Top Panels

The Gigabyte Luxo M10 has three external 5.25” bays, all protected by meshed covers with air filters. The front panel comes with a 120 mm fan installed, which glows red when turned on. This fan uses a standard peripheral power connector. Even though it also has a three-pin fan power connector, which allows you to install this fan on the motherboard, the fan lacks the speed monitoring wire, so you won’t be able to monitor its speed. No technical specifications for this fan are provided. There is an air filter for this fan.

Gigabyte Luxo M10 case
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Figure 4: Front panel

Gigabyte Luxo M10 case
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Figure 5: Front panel

The top panel of the Gigabyte Luxo M10 case comes with two 120 mm fans. These fans use standard peripheral power connectors, so you can’t install them on your motherboard. No technical specifications for the fans are provided.

Gigabyte Luxo M10 case
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Figure 6: Top panel

You will find two USB 3.0 ports and the traditional audio jacks on the top panel of the case. The USB 3.0 ports use an internal connector.

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Figure 7: Buttons and connectors

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