Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Reviewairman - September 6, 2009
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When picking out a new computer case for your rig, a few things come to mind. Some of those things are price, looks, air flow and build quality. Many high priced cases out there with flashy designs and lots of extra plastic are usually more form than function, and can leave the end user disappointed in their purchase. Cooler Master has become notorious over the years for its well-built cases that perform well, especially with the extreme heat that the latest and greatest hardware can produce. In this article, I will be reviewing the Gladiator 600 from Cooler Master. The Gladiator 600 is an upper-middle end mid tower case that offers good looks and seems to have some nice features as well, which will be discussed on the upcoming pages.
The Cooler Master Gladiator 600 is packaged in a nicely printed, gloss finish box with nice graphics on the outside. The front of the box shows a nice quarter shot of the case. Looking at this picture alone, it's already obvious that the case offers a simple and sleek look without a lot of flashy plastic. The sides of the box show specifications, such as motherboard support, dimensions, etc. The rear of the box show pictures of its individual features.
The Cooler Master Gladiator 600 is well protected between two large, flexible Styrofoam blocks and wrapped in a plastic bag with the usual package of silica gel. The case made it unharmed to my front door.