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Zalman Fatal1ty Case
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: First Look Last Updated: September 20, 2006
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Introduction

Korea-based Zalman is one of the most respectable cooler and case manufacturers in the world. Their fame came through the use of only top-notch materials and innovative solutions, especially their passive cooling products. Their latest release that should be reaching the market pretty soon is their new all-aluminum case, under the Fatal1ty franchise. We had the chance to take a good look at this new Zalman case.

Zalman Fatal1ty Case
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Figure 1: Zalman Fatal1ty case.

As you can see in Figure 1, Fatal1ty case is a top-notch black all-aluminum case. According to Zalman, it is all hand-made, using thick 5-mm aluminum sheets. It has a transparentch side window, two 92-mm fans on the front (not 80 mm as usual) and one 120 mm fan at its back, four external 5 “ bays and one external 3 “ bay.

On its frontal panel you will find a power button, a reset button, a speaker jack, a microphone jack, two USB ports and one FireWire port.

Zalman Fatal1ty Case
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Figure 2: Front panel.

Zalman Fatal1ty Case
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Figure 3: Zalman Fatal1ty case, rear view.

Let’s take a look inside this case.

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